long drawn out line length, falling trochaic syllables, repetitive assonance- that the narrator’s inability to escape melancholy is a direct result of the narrator’s unstable mental condition. The sense we get in fact is that perhaps he cannot overcome this melancholy because he cannot cope
Not only does Maas’s book involve the reader emotionally, but she also makes it possible for the reader to relate to the characters and the hardships they face. In every book the reader is able to relate to one of the characters in one way or another. Maas makes the characters relatable, but she also makes the plot interesting and not like everyday life. This is very important in a good book and Maas has mastered this skill along with many
The reason I chose to analyze the character development of Don Damien, in the story ‘The Beautiful Soul of Don Damien’ is because of the other characters contrasting views about Don Damien, and also the peculiar way the character development is brought about by Juan Bosh. As aforementioned, the story is dictated from the soul’s point of view, using its ability to sense all the other characters thoughts and emotions. The soul’s discovery of how it is perceived by its host’s (Don Damien) ‘friends’ and family is unusual but satisfactory in it’s attempt to captivate the audience and deliver a well-written story with the help of writer’s techniques and so on. We follow Don Damien’s soul throughout the story, and through the soul’s ability to understand people’s thoughts, and Juan Bosch’s descriptions, we learn the truth about how others surrounding Don Damien perceive him to be, and also whether or not Don Damien does indeed have a beautiful soul.
In average, homicides are very current in the United States, as 10,00-20,000 of Americans die of this cause each year. The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell is a short story based on the idea of survival and reason over instinct. Indeed, General Zarrof intends to murder each individual that crashes into his island, as he considers hunting humans as a way to entertain himself. When Rainsford unfortunately arrives to this island, he soon realizes that it’s owner, Zarrof, is a mentally unstable person. When Zarrof announces his initial intentions and he cannot leave, Rainsford panic and isn’t to spontaneously respond to such madness.
Bartleby, in his story "The Scrivener" and Stephen Crane, in his book "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky Summary" aim at ensuring that they capture the attention of their audience based on their literary works. The two authors have structured their stories in such a way that their beginnings are flat but with time get entertaining. On the flip side, contrast exists on some of the themes that are applied to both stories. In this paper, an assessment of the similarities and contrasts that exists between the two stories will be highlighted. Theme: one of the primary goals of literary works is to ensure that the audience 's attention is captured and that it is able to derive suitable information by reading the stories.
Both of these authors write about similar ways of learning, but their ways also differentiate from each other. From Robinson’s point of view, he states that people learn in different ways. In his writing, he describes two exotic techniques for learning, real and good reasonings. One of the reasonings that he talks about is that we utilize our minds to choose what to believe is real also known as good reasoning. However, we do this whether the belief is right or missing tentative details or has evidence to prove it.
He blended these techniques with his creativity. Thanks to these, he create his authentic style. Structures, strategies, techniques which he used provide easiness during the transition between storyline.When transitions between different parts of the book is smooth, readers don’t lose the concentration. Both content integrity and narrative style are unshakeable in Robinson Crusoe. Under favour of techniques and writing style that Defoe utilized, the novel attracted considerable attention.
The use of dreams and flashbacks in the novel helps create suspense and shows different sides of a character. These techniques help the audience in forming an opinion on these characters as the audience then knows why a character behaves in a certain way. The use of dialogues further strengthens the development of characters as the characters expresses themselves through the use of dialogues. Through this book Caswell has given audience various messages about life however his main message to the audience is about moving on in
Pipher 's encouragement came from reading Anne Frank 's Diary; after reading her diary, it changed her perspective on how she sees the world. She desired to let others know how Anne Frank 's Diary had inspired her and she plans to continue to encourage more. Mary had visualized that writing can change one 's morality, and the moral of writing can draw the attention to the wrongs of society. Her main goal is to change the world by her writing style, this way she can show others that life is not everything that it is made to be. Linda uses philological techniques to keep her audience engaged in her fragments and she is able to get her point across to others.
I thoroughly agree with Raymond Carver’s statement. It is my opinion that Colm Tóibín has the ability to make an inanimate object viable through the use of his vivid, powerful style of writing. Frequently, the main protagonists in the short stories tend to become attached to the past, and to certain objects. Colm Tóibín has the ability to create an atmosphere so chilling and unnerving as he focuses on one aspect of a character’s life as opposed to the character’s life story. Tóibín makes reading the collection indulging and interesting for the readers as the readers don’t experience a feeling of being overpowered from an excess amount of information.