There are many literary devices authors used and in this book The outsiders by S.E Hinton . The book takes place in Tulsa , Oklahoma 1965 . tThe characters are Johnny , Ponyboy,Darry,Dally,Two-Bit,Steve,Bob,Sherri,Marcia,Randy,Sandy,and Silvia the book the outsiders is about a group of gang members that have a conflict with another gang because of their social groupstatus. In the book ,“The Outsiders” by S.E Hinton the author uses symbolism, imagery, and conflict to show that it doesn’t matter if you're not family you alway have each other's back.
In a diverse society like the one of today, equality among members is a critical issue affecting the harmony in the society. Viramontes` story “The Broken Web” goes a long way into depicting the struggles and hardship that women in such diverse societies go through. The story covers the life of a lady named Martha who is haunted by repressed family memories. It is developed into a chain of revelations of how her father, Tomas oppressed her mother. Tomas beat while at the same time cheated on her mother. However, the mother retaliated and finally killed Tomas, this a story of a woman dealing with violence in her young age.
In Maxine Maxine’s narrative, “Cherry Bomb”, it openly shows how she uses literary techniques of symbolism, imagery, and allusion to characterize her childhood innocence being destroyed. Maxine uses these literary terms to characterize her childhood memories being destroyed by an incident in the summer. In the narrative, she talks about how it affected her and her perception. She mentions people and objects in her story. Every detail she described was an important factor in her life.
Have you ever heard of the book The Outsiders? Have you seen the movie The Outsiders?
In the book Of Mice And Men, compared to the movie was a little different but also very similar. Something I was glad to see stay in the movie as well as the book was, the dream farm. One of my favorite parts from Of Mice And Men, was when Lennie got to pick out his puppy from Slim. A very sad part of the book and movie is when Lennie kills Curley 's wife, after that you just kind of know something bad is about to happen. Then, it happens and George finds Lennie and instead of the guys finding him and torturing him George makes a bold move and shoots Lennie. The way George kills Lennie is a nice gesture, he makes him happy and doesn’t let him know that he is about to die.
In the tell phone game, a person whispers a word or phrase in someone’s ear. Then that person will tell to the next person and so on and so forth. Once it gets to the last person sometime the word or phrase is either changed or altered. Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird is also turned into a film by Robert Mulligan called, To Kill a Mockingbird. It begins in an old town called Maycomb, in the mid-1930s. During this time period it is the Great Depression. Where the citizens had nowhere to go, nothing to buy because there is no money to buy with. This is when America had no money at all to get themselves back up. Some people had no food for many days or a roof over their heads. The groups were poor, poorer and poorest. To Kill a Mockingbird novel and movie are the same story but are different. It contains absences of sense, altered sense and altered charters.
Have you ever heard of the story Beowulf? If not, then I will be telling you the different scenarios that occurred in the movie and the book. Beowulf is about a heroic fellow who saves a kingdom from a magical named Grendel. He went through numerous of battles between Grendel, Grendel’s mother and the Dragon. In this essay I will be discussing the different event that happened in the story and the movie. Beowulf went through so much to prove he was worthy enough to protect their kingdom and defeat Grendel. The story Beowulf was a great story to read and a great movie to watch; however, the battles were very eye catching and had a lot of extravagant and heroic doings of Beowulf.
Joan Didion is an author who was part of the New Journalism movement during the 1960s and ‘70s which was a change from the traditional styles (Rustin 1). As a member of the New Journalism movement, Didion used stories and real-life events to explore sensational events that occurred in the sixties and seventies. Using imagery to centralize her ideas, Didion boldly informs the reader on the subject of morality and gets him/her engaged with the text. Didion’s use of gruesome imagery resonates with the idea of survival-based morality because in the most physically painful and emotional situations, people are defined by the actions they take. Joan Didion positions her view by providing symbolic imagery including the blazing desert, the nurse who travels one-hundred and eighty miles of mountain road for an injured girl, the sheriff’s deputies who search for a kid, and the painting by Hieronymous Bosch illustrating the diverse concept of morality, all which construct the exaggeratingly annoyed tone of the essay and deliver an idea that survival is central to morality.
Have you ever noticed the differences between the story of Beowulf and its movie version? The text book version shows Beowulf’s characteristics and actions to be very different from the movie. In the textbook Beowulf killed Grendel’s mother for fame. The movie version says Beowulf was named successor to Hgrother’s throne, but in the story he returned home and ruled over the Geats. According to the textbook Beowulf was buried in the tower, but in the movie he was buried by boat. The story of Beowulf and the movie are very different because of Beowulf’s actions are not noble.
Some of the best movies are based on books. One movie based on a book is The Hunger Games. While the movie is entertaining, it is very different from the book. “Ask any reader who has seen the movie version of a favorite novel, and the answer will usually be, "The book was better." That 's because readers of a novel have already made their own perfect movie version” (Corliss et al., 2005). It would appear that Corliss is correct because many people who have read The Hunger Games book would say that it is better than the movie. Although the Hunger Games movie is entertaining, it is very different from the book. There are details left out of the movie that were in the book, the movie doesn 't demonstrate the ongoing theme of hunger as well as the book does, and the the movie does a better job with
In Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” demonstrates the personal growth of the dynamic protagonist Louise Mallard, after hearing news of her husband’s death. The third-person narrator telling the story uses deep insight into Mrs. Mallard’s thoughts and emotions as she sorts through her feelings after her sister informs her of her husband’s death. During a Character analysis of Louise Mallard, a reader will understand that the delicate Mrs. Mallard transforms her grief into excitement over her newly discovered freedom that leads to her death. As Mrs. Mallard sorts through her grief she realizes the importance of this freedom and the strength that she will be able to do it alone.
NWA (National Wrestling Alliance) is one of the most watched programs on television where people are ripping at each other to compete for money. People around the world seem to enjoy violence. Writer’s use violence in their pieces to draw outsiders in because there is a common interest, which is violence in this case. The principal characters in the short story’s “Thank you, M’am”, “Harrison Bergeron”, and “The Cask of Amontillado” show a universal flaw. Violence is common in the personalities of the leading characters in these short stories. Through the actions of these characters, violence is an exploited flaw that has been the last resort for Luella Jones, Harrison Bergeron, and Montresor.
In Cold Blood, by Truman Capote, epitomizes the varying sentiments associated with the murder of the Clutter family; these emotions range from shock, to grief, to pride, and everything in between. However, through Capote’s specialized descriptions about each character, the relationships between their feelings and their actions become further elucidated. As a result, the readers begin to feel sympathy for the victims, their friends and family, the investigators, and even those who brutally murdered an innocent family. In order to create this connection, he utilizes the rhetoric device of pathos to strengthen the audience’s ability to sympathize. By using a multitude of tones to describe every facet of those involved, whether it is their childhood, their family, or their emotions, he succeeds in creating these multidimensional personalities that many can relate to. Bobby Rupp, Nancy’s boyfriend and Perry Smith, one of the murderers, are two people who readers sympathize with due to their unique characterization; although they are both nonfictional, Capote’s ability to accentuate specific traits makes them more relatable.
The incredible journey that changed their point of view. The Incredible Journey and the movie Homeward bound: The Incredible Journey were very inspirational. The Book was the tail of two dogs and a cat travel across Canada to try and find Luaths master and go home. In the movie they were on a journey but the events are a little different. They are very similar, but they differ in characters, setting, and adventures. And that is a little about the book and movie.