She states “we all often feel like we are pulling teeth” when it comes to constructing and composing a piece of work (Lamott 468). This simile makes Lamott feel more relatable to the reader because this is a feeling that most inexperienced and discouraged writers go through. Saying things like “feel despair and worry settle on my chest like an x-ray apron” only connects the reader to Lamott even more (Lamott 469). Once the reader becomes engaged and forms a connection with what the writer is saying and feeling, continuing to read the essay is easy. At this point the reader wants to know what can be done to shake the feelings of “despair and worry” when it comes to
He did his writing like a collage. Collecting all his scraps of writing and compiling them into something special. He valued the writing process. He treated it spiritually by washing his hands before. His rituals and natural impulses show how he took writing seriously but because he loved it.
Authors who publish their work almost universally all write for the purpose of producing a good piece of writing that effectively gets their point across and can be understood in some way by their audience of readers. In the web article, “Can You say… Hero?”, author Tom Junod utilizes a unique style of paragraph organization, various strong forms of supporting evidence of his central claim, and his ability to tell his story objectively, in order to produce a good piece of writing. Author Tom Junod begins each section with a bolded section and ends with a potent story or quote, which provides clear thought organization and leaves the reader thinking after each paragraph. Furthermore, he uses several quotes from his main character himself and
Secondary Characters (Character Development #3) Truman Capote depicts the extraordinary personalities of secondary characters in his novel In Cold Blood. I believe that he does this in order to give readers a more accurate and detailed understanding of the story. Personalities of all characters are very important because they give us a clear look into what that particular character is feeling and thinking. Main characters typically get the spotlight, but Capote makes sure to share the light with all of the characters. Not only do the personalities of the characters give us a look into their head, but we can also connect with those characters on a more personal level by getting a better feel for them.
The use of Logos, Pathos and Ethos in writings is a way to persuade the reader, it is away to help the writer have better communication with his audience, mainly in speeches, text, advertisement and many others. Logos appeals to reason based on logic, this involves statistics and facts to help the writer support their claim, which makes it more believable, and it shows the writer has knowledge of the claim they are making which makes the reader believe what the writer is saying is valid and also true. For example if I stated that Taylor Swift was more popular in 2015 than her best friend Selena Gomez was because she had more followers than her and now she is not I should have the statistic to show that so that my audience believe it’s true.
As every piece of literature consist of themes The Road and A Canticle for Leibowitz is no exception. Themes hold crucial information regarding the story; they show the main ideas and thoughts of the authors writing the particular piece of art. Since it holds so much value to the readers, they are always emphasized to a certain degree, but in the case of post-apocalyptic genre violence is a pillar of this genre while love is used more rarely. Therefore by studying and researching how Cormac McCarthy and Walter Miller portrayed the most important themes in post-apocalyptic genre, the basis and difference between 20th and 21st post-apocalyptic literature will be drawn. The most prominent theme of the post-apocalyptic genre is violence.
These two works of art were both created to be seen and make their audience feel. Also a less visual form of art would be any great literary work. Books make their readers feel so much when reading them. Connoisseurs of these arts have access to unlimited feelings when observing them; they feel sad, happy, anger, confused, righteous, heroic, and every other emotion available to the human
Deploying this sensory language has further enabled me to “show” my audience what I intend to communicate to them. It has also allowed me to spark more emotions in my readers to make my writing more relatable to them. I understood that to make my writing stand out to readers; I must find creative and new ways to describe detail to show my readers subtly, what I want them to visualize; instead of overusing basic descriptions. Through this technique, my descriptions in my work became one of my major assets as a writer. Instead of using empty adjectives which represent emotions such as the word "sadness," I learned to describe feelings through the use of dialogues and action in my storyline to spark stronger reactions in readers.
HELP!) The repetition of the phrase, “I hain’t got no money,” emphasises the statement and drills it into the mind of the reader. The use of multiple shorter sentences allowed the author to determine the pace of the passage affecting the readers’ attitude towards the piece, making them feel more alert due to the constant starting and stopping of
When people read others writing, whether it is contemporary or classic literature, they are taught about how it is human nature to always want more than they currently have and the dangers that can arise from not being humble, which helps shape their identity and can be used as a guide throughout life. People may want to learn about their fate, but when they hear it, they will act in ways that would normally seem strange, causing them to strive to be