We can take begging of the novel as example. he says “ I was born in the year 1632, in the city of York…” then he continues with description of his family. Using first person narrator makes the reader understand the writer. In the other way it increases ability of empathy. It creates authentic environment for reader Robinson Crusoe is considered as a spiritual autobiography.
Throughout the novel: Never Let Me Go, by Kazuo Ishiguro, Ishiguro uses his strong descriptive language and creative use of setting to foreshadow and emphasize the lives of all the Hailsham students in the book. Using the setting to both describe the setting itself and explain the lives of the Hailsham students give Ishiguro an opportunity to use characters such as Kathy, and setting to speak to the reader indirectly, instead of just telling the reader right then and there about the meaning and feelings among the characters and their lives. Ishiguro uses this method in the cliffside scene at Rover, the backstreets of High Street, and in Madame’s house. Overall, in Never Let Me Go, Ishiguro uses setting to show the lack of freedom and inevitability of death among the lives of the Hailsham students. Ishiguro uses the cliff edge/seaside town at Rover to emphasize the rare feeling of being open and free among the students, and uses the cliff to emphasize the inevitable death among the group as well.
Kafka uses the third person narrative mode, an all knowing, neutral stranger as the storyteller. This gives the narration a feeling of immediacy as it presents the different points of views of the characters, their feelings and their thoughts. Kafka’s writing is unique, at times autobiographical. The main character of the story, which often represents a feature of Kafka’s own life, is the only one who is presented distorted struggling inside an otherwise realistic environment. In this instance, the distortion is the transformation of Gregor, which is deeply symbolic.
Good stories that teach people important lessons never die because they continueaffecting people 's actions along decades. This essay tackles the great theory of H. P. Griceshowing his point of view about the conversational Implicaturethroughout the concept ofImplicature in the history of the storytelling. Also the essay sheds light onthe approach of RukminiBhaya Nair in which she discussed the concept of Implicatureand she also added a creative idea making a new concept calledImpliculturein the field of storytelling. At the end, the essay focuses on the differences between the two approaches with particular reference to literary narratives. The concept ofImplicature is basically established in the history of storytelling throughout years and also developed by a large number of great writers such as Charles Dickens and Jonathan Swift.
They story is very easy to read, not complicated, and it is very close to our real life conversations. A key element found in his writing is irony, he tries to involve it to many subjects in his story, in this story irony is mostly used against himself. This is because he talks about a choice he made which is buying a property. He gives indirect meaning or messages in his writing “my wood makes me heavy”(E.M. Forster, Prentice Hall). From this phrase the mature reader will indicate is insinuate the meaning behind this phrase.
In literature, authors are given the chance to teach readers about the core principles and values of life, which are represented through a myriad of different themes. In particular, in the poem “The Tide Rises” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, the author
The powerful imagery can transport readers into a world limited only by their imaginations. Bierce has ways of wording the text where time itself seems to stand still. The symbols the author inserts throughout the text causes a meaningful development of the story. The noose, watch, and forest, all meticulously described, show key elements throughout the writing. In addition, Bierce carefully describes the protagonist to make a connections to the readers.
Raja Rao has demonstrated in very convincing terms of fiction what is the essence of human relationships and man’s union with the Absolute, which is possible only under the guidance of a Guru. The example of Ramaswamy serves the purpose exactly. Esha Dey dedicates two chapters in her book to The Serpent and the Rope that itself indicates the importance of the novel in Raja Rao’s oeuvre. In the first chapter she focuses on the formal analysis of the novel, whereas in the second one she makes linguistic analysis. She proposes that the novel in structured on the principle of the myth of the eternal return because the Indian ethos is essentially beyond time; and the novel is reflection of a metaphysic of eternity.
In Mia Couto's novel, The Last Flight of the Flamingo, he uses epigraphs as an introduction to each of the 21 chapters. Additionally, there is one before the prologue. Epigraphs are one of the key tools a writer could use to communicate directly to the reader, apart from the main content. As a method of foreshadowing, they enhance what is important, so that the reader knows what to pay attention to in the following chapter. Usually they require some sort of contextual understanding, such as through maintained literary analysis.
INDIVIDUALISM AND LIBERTY : IN FIVE POINT SOME ONE AND TWO STATES Chetan Bhagat undoubtedly a gifted writer in handling the themes and major issues that are related to the youth and their concerns in particular. As mentioned earlier, it is no exaggeration to call him an exclusive and top-notch author in the sight of the youth. He always tries to the extent possible to give voices to the unheard feelings, emotions, opinions, and inner thought of the youth in each of his novels. A careful study of Chetan Bhagat’s novels by a reader can sense the two major themes – liberty and individualism in all his writings. In his debut novel, Five Point Someone, the three major characters – Hari, Alok and Ryan who always strive for liberty and individualism to the maximum extent possible in their lives.