While teaching her readers different good behavior methods, Khazan introduces character names like “Billy” (5) or “Marion” (7). The author also comes up with stories that could apply to her readers’ difficult situations and uses them to teach her readers how to discipline. Khazan discusses that Kazdin mentions many different scenarios that could occur between parents and their children. While reading this, readers put themselves into the situations described. Theresa MacPhail, author of the online essay “The Personal Touch: Using Anecdotes to Hook a Reader,” claims that by creating dialogue throughout the article provides a key element to a perfect setting (Para.
This quote brought a balance to the table that was well needed because if the essay would have been all ethos and logos it would soon become boring, but then there is the emotional side to the essay that she brings in that keeps her audience intrigued. Her choice of diction is very smart throughout the essay because it brings a nice flow between the varying sentence length that she uses and the varying diction strength that she presents. There is a balance between all of her work in the essay which makes it one of the more interesting essays that I have ever read. In conclusion Dockterman is very effective in her argument and has made very smart choices when it comes to how the essay is set up. Every aspect of the essay brings a nice balance to each other that where one fails to bring something to the table, the other is able to make up for it by bringing in that single aspect that was
What is the most this novel were the varying human connections and relationship that it explored so thoroughly. There was Kimberly and her mother, Kimberly and Matt, Kimberly and Aunt Paula, Aunt Paula and Kimberly 's mother, Kimberly and Annette, etc. All of the relationships felt so real and loved that there was something in each of them that everyone benefitted from. It also loved all of the secondary characters that came along the way and left their marks in Kimberly 's life. we thought that was such an important and powerful aspect of the story - the fact that no matter who comes along in your life, whether you intend for them to be there or not, can impact you in one way or another.
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This comes from her excellent research about the novels that make her picturesque settings just as integral to her regency romances just as her characters are. In the Banning Sisters novels which are bodice rippers the sexual tension comes from the natural interplay and interaction between the characters that often culminates in a happily ever after when the heroine and hero realize they are made for each other. Since the novels are set in regency England the social mores under which her characters lived are very prominent in the themes of the novels. Robards excellence in the writing of the Banning Sisters novels and practically all her historical romances probably comes from her love for historical and regencies from the likes of Georgette Heyer, Mary Stewart, Jane Eyre, and Wuthering Heights among other classics. While she likes nearly every historical setting and era, her favorite locations are in Regency England and continental Europe where she has set most of her
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Jane Eyre, written by Charlotte Bronte, is no ordinary Gothic-Romantic novel; it is a complex combination of the different elements from age-old stories that tug on the reader’s heartstrings. Since it was published in 1847, the book still creates buzz-worthy news and continues to baffle and amaze its readers. Although the book may seem complex, taking into consideration its symbolisms and vocabulary, but the heart and soul of this novel is the love and deceit between Jane and Mr. Rochester. The novel is truly one-of-a-kind because not only does it still remain to be an influential feminist text, but it also encompasses the moral and social issues that they experienced, which is something that we also understand. The book was also able to cover a wide range of topics, which showed
The Indian English Novel, moreover, has now been widely much-admired all over the world, as it has been successful in carving its own position not only in the world of commonwealth literature but also in the ‘World literature’. Though the origin of Indian literature in English as a whole is necessarily the English education and the introduction of British literature, the Indian English Novel emerged as a necessary product of its own story telling tradition and the tradition of English novel. So, it is considered that one of the most noteworthy gifts of English education to India is prose fiction for though India was probably a fountain head of story-telling, the novel as we know today was an importation from the