This is sad for the reader because the reader can sense the amount of pain she is in, and can feel her vulnerability throughout this part. She screams, “It isn’t fair, It isn’t right” (Jackson 252) which makes the reader want to reach into the story and help her. The use of imagery captivates the reader’s
By this, the authors are saying that with the help of emotional appeals the ad can directly elicit a certain perception that the audience may now have of the ad. Referring to the “Stress Test” ad, the body language being shown is portraying a sense of anxiety within the advertisement. The woman’s face is pressed against the ad as her hair is going in different directions and she has a distressed look on her face. There also appears to be objects such as a mascara tube and astronaut helmet floating in the background, creating a sense of chaos for the reader. The target audience could relate to the ad because everyone has experienced stress before and this product claims to “take on stress sweat”.
Furthermore, it immediately causes the audience to not trust her as well as become suspicious of her, thus also connecting with the underlying theme of appearances can be deceiving. We also see Lady Macbeth alone, giving us an insight to her personal thoughts, her true nature and that is striking as it can compared to a black hole- willing to stop at nothing and ready to consume whatever comes across its
This illustrates an image for the reader. The fact that the color yellow is so menacing to them shows just how scared the people have become. Consequently, horrible decisions were made in fear of contracting the fever. People have changed into entirely new people because of the fear that is taking over them. Anderson uses this along with personification to help communicate the meaning of Fever
Good thing my lips stitched together or I’d throw up.” (pg. 45-46). The cause of Melinda’s dreary mood obviously comes from IT’s abuse. Andy Evans constantly harassing Melinda in the hallways reminds her of the horrid rape and keeps the image in her mind. This is why Melinda cannot wake up from her nightmare and is emotionally unstable.
To summarize, Edgar Allan Poe’s stories illustrate how fear alters the character's mind and what the product is of such fear. Poe illustrates this through symbolism, irony, and imagery. Fear can be helpful by causing people to be cautious of their actions. However, people can also start to worry too much and become paranoid. In the end, Poe’s stories show people the differences of how to handle fear.
Tatiana listed her hurtful moves as, being very critical of her peers, saying negative things to people, sneaking out of the house, blaming someone else for her reaction to anger situations, feeling resentful towards other people, yells and use profanity and feeling she has the right to do things. Tatiana stated, stealing, fighting, using profanity, braking things, not following rules and talking back to adults. Tatiana stated, being very judgmental, talking back, and being more trusting and helpful. Tatiana stated, being violent, fighting, using profanity, and lying. Tatiana stated,
The placement of objects such as the birds and paintings also lays down the idea that there is more to Norman and despite Marion’s bad decisions, builds a sense of fear and concern for Marion, this changes the viewer’s view of her. Behind Norman are paintings that illustrate women being attacked, this brings to the surface what Norman is plotting to do to Marion, once he has the opportunity. The setting Hitchcock has created further reinforces the idea of the duality of people, by displaying the duality of the characters Marion and Norman. Hitchcock in Psycho, presses the idea of duality in mankind with strong ironic and foreshadowing lines that evoke emotions in the viewers. Along with strong and recurring symbols, Hitchcock heightens the true nature one can hide and how one’s moral stance can change, this being due to the duality that resides in us.
And the fast cuts of shots between the girls being dead and Danny’s face shows he is becoming more distress and shock with horror as scene goes on. Another close-up of Danny’s face is when he is covering his eyes and waiting to see if the girls are real but, to find out it was a flashback. This represents the fear of something being real or not real. The fear of our minds playing tricks on us or something spiritual effect our way of see
Flora’s illness suggests that the governess is the one that was wrong, this makes the reader assume that the governess was harassing Flora to the point where she had become ill. The governess’s allegations have shaken and traumatized the innocent girl. And when accused the governess becomes distressed proving her guiltiness. This is also a case in which this scene could be interpreted in the way that the governess is just trying to care for Flora. In this scene Flora is acting very dramatic and refuses to see the governess.