The fictional world is full of chaos, as people tend to prefer unstable theories to countless philosophies. Specifically, there is a literary shift from linearity and order to randomness and fragmentation. Consequently, Postmodernist writers understand that their works are subject to interpretation; however, they believe that the flexibility of understanding in texts is the basis for the development of innovative ideas in society. Moreover, Kurt Dinan writes in a nonlinear, flexible fashion by writing with a component of Mystery. Subsequently, the reader can make different predictions on what will occur throughout Don’t Get Caught, and the ability to predict and analyze uniquely is one of the principal ideals of Postmodernist literature.
Jacob Kasten AP Lang Daniels Processed Argumentative Paper A product of our daily lives, adversity’s effects are immeasurable. It is the effects of this perpetual struggle with adversity on which Horace asserts his philosophical interpretation. Horace affirms, within his quotation detailing adversity, that “adversity has the effect of eliciting talents which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant.” Horace claims that adversity elicits talent, an accurate, yet incomplete assertion that adversity catalyzes the complex process of learning, resulting in developed skills and knowledge. Horace’s claim, however, is incomplete because he describes “talents” as the only effect of adversity, when in reality the effects of adversity are
Instead of stating his criticisms outright, Leonard would go on to add irrelevant details that serve no further purpose than to get readers to space out. It is best to write short and simple so readers can fully understand what someone is saying but Leonard adds numerous fluff lines to make his writing longer and more advanced. All in all, Leonard attempts to educate readers on the Joyce’s style of writing while also telling readers about the hidden messages behind those writing, including Irish nationalism. Joyce use of epiphany in his writing is what makes in so successful in the writing industry. However, the way Leonard presents his argument is confusing.
“2b or Not 2b” written by David Crystal first grabs the reader 's attention using emotional appeal by introducing the opposing argument and using vivid imagery in his selected quotes. The opposition is introduced through a counter-piece written by John Humphrys titled “I h8 txt msgs.” Crystal employs a black-or-white fallacy in this piece as he explains how the opposition views texting as “raping our vocabulary” and his position on the matter as “beneficial.” Crystal presented a clear claim: texting provides users freedom to use their creativity and it the the gateway to the newest evolutionary shift in language. Unfortunately Crystal focused all his energy on one extreme or the other and failed to touch on the grey middle ground that comes
The values and attitudes that the protagonists carry with them into new worlds can influence their perception of their discoveries and its significance, giving the protagonist a growing depth of understanding and discernment. Discoveries, driven by wonder or necessity, can be challenging and confronting, compelling individuals to leave their comfort zone. Consequently, they are prepared to sacrifice the old to embrace the new, transforming and gaining new insights of themselves and the world around them. “The Tempest, a pastoral romance by William Shakespeare, portrays individuals who were faced with confronting experiences that assess their values, and who rediscover the necessity for compassion instead of abuse of power, leading them to re-evaluate their relations with other characters. In comparison, Ang Lee’s film, “The Life of Pi” is primarily focused on the process of self-discovery through isolation.
A fresh individuality is required to keep innovation and inventing, indulging the world further into an unending cycle of convenience, yet this indispensable cycle is simply inevitable. This proves Postman’s point written in Amusing Ourselves to Death, confirming in a sense that pop culture is detracting from our world’s individuality. It is as if the world is covered by the same shade of dull beige, blanketed in a safe cocoon of other’s opinions. The way to change this color? Break the cycle of spoon fed information, and begin one of self-discovery.
The use of the support and quotes that were given shows how the reader can compare and contrast the two theories, making arguments for both sides. One of the most significant things that the Warren wrote in this novel was when Jack said, “We can keep the past only by having the future, for they are forever tied together”(310). What Warren is trying to convey to the reader is that self-trust gives us confidence to live in the future; and with having this confidence that we should not live in the past. Warren wants us to recognize the past and not ignore it (like Jack initially did), but not be bound by
Rationale In order to demonstrate a wider range of comprehension of the novel “A Brave New World”, I decided to write a diary about Bernard’s position throughout the novel, which shows a carping yet courageous voice that demands to be heard. Nevertheless, his desires change as power and prestige comes to him, creating an inner conflict on the character. Considering Bernard´s reality as an Alpha individual, it is noticeable that a formal and intellectual tone prevails as the diary entry develops, and intends to approach critical readers whose interests lie on exploring Bernard´s personality. In the diary, I aimed to use a first-person language with a technical structure adopting phrases like “They know me as dangerous subversive”, in which
Huxley shows that without inciting emotions or pain, that there could be the possibility of an outstanding new world. Some people may argue that this world represents more over to the side of a dystopia, as readers we can acknowledge, that the utopian aspects of this novel are used to cover up how raw and absurd this new world is contrasting to the
The argument will provoke readers to think about the meanings of “awesome” and “suck”. It will cause them to reflect these two words on their own life, to wonder if they are awesome, or if they suck. In order to prove his main argument; the author relies on sub-arguments that combine together to produce the main argument. He first starts by defining what he means by the words “awesome” and “suck”. Then goes on to explain how they are used in the daily lives.