The author used the technique of simply addressing his ideas to the readers by breaking the formality. The masterpiece was Fitzgerald’s way of not only escaping the darkness that he felt surrounded by but also being helpful for those reading his essays. The crack-up contains Fitzgerald’s personal breakdowns that were the key to connection with the audience. He struggled to keep balance which lead him to making a masterpiece for his faithful readers and not only. The Crack- up was Fitzgerald’s way of sharing his philosophical ideas about life.
Historical fiction novels allow the reader to explore outdated philosophies by presenting the information from a different perspective with pressure on having an authentic mindset from the time. Historical fiction authors such as Whitehead use the idea of “entertainment” value, better described as emotional appeal (pathos) to their advantage, manipulating the reader into learning details from a historical time period that they wouldn’t otherwise obtain from a textbook. The genre breaks down extensive topics such as slavery into individual accounts that are representative of the overall ideas in history, without overwhelming the reader with seemingly endless content. While at first glance historical fiction seems to be a rather trivial concept, with further examination it proves to be much more complex, using literary devices to leave the reader with an unforgettable view of
Much like most logical arguments and narratives, Alexie guides the audience in a structured manner through his life, showcasing only the memorable moments. In fact, he introduces his entire narrative with an anecdote about the time he “learned to read with a Superman comic book” (Alexie 175). However, there was some aspect of conflict in the story. Alexie laments about how “a smart Indian [was] a dangerous person, widely feared and ridiculed by Indians and non-Indians alike” (Alexie 177). Although, instead of developing this idea, Alexie fought it, and showed how he was able to overcome this ideological barrier by harnessing the power of reading.
There is a lot to be accounted for when comparing the movie The Mission and the critically acclaimed novel Things Fall Apart. It is easy to say that these pieces have nothing in common with one another, however, they are more similar than one may think. The comparisons of these two different works, written and which use two different mediums, in different times, in different parts of the world share the unique thought that literature and fictional accounts alter one’s insight and how one views society within the world. Throughout this paper the Characters of Okonkwo from Things Fall apart, and Rodrigo Mendoza from The Mission will be compared through the various obstacles they must overcome. The textual evidence will show the reader how fictional mediums, such as literature and cinema, apply to one’s understanding of real-life circumstances.
He doesn’t say or clarifies his sentence leaving little clues for his readers to figure out the rest. Which makes his writing so interesting because there’s a lot of interpretation of his writings after reading his stories. Kate Chopin on the other handwriting is more open, very clear and understandable. Her choice of words is precisely making her sentence clear and exact. Both stories share a common theme such as freedom, death and the style of writing.
Communication in a society is grounded on the shared aims of people. However, not always individuals or even separate societies tend to understand each other. The complex action of exchanging the views and ideas has also become one of the major sources to the questions discussed and portrayed in art, specifically in literature. Ernest Hemingway, the 20th century’s American novelist and short story writer, tend to touch upon some problematic points in personal and national communication and understanding of each other, too. His short story “Cat in the Rain” (1925) is a perfect example.
The aim of this research paper is to unravel optimism with a parallel description of symbols and themes. Before analyzing the symbols, the story and the themes that reflected the elements of optimism it is necessary to shed light on optimistic attitudes and feelings of author that is highlighted in the novel ‘The Old Man and the Sea’. Earnest Hemingway-an American short story writer, Novelist and Journalist- is a famous figure in the literary world of 20th century. Moreover, he is one of the most celebrated figures of American English literature. He struggled hard throughout his life, yet he did not let loose the imagination of optimization.
The question that applies is that would the book have been as effective if it had been written in a more serious manner? Every author has a reason of writing a novel in a certain way and mostly that is influenced by the style the author write with. So in this case the book would not be as effective. Doc Daneeka 's death is humorous but even closer to serious events it also spread out the satire beyond the war zone and into civilian life Heller (1962:47). Above all that Doc Danneka is a soldier who has to fly but he contradicts himself, Doc is a flight surgeon who hates to fly Heller (1962:37).
The entirety of of The Scarlet Letter is written from the perspective of an anonymous third person narrator. Due to his egotistical tendencies, much of the novel is told through very didactic word usage because the narrator intends on teaching the readers instead of solely telling a story. Another prevalent aspect of the work in the difference of diction between the descriptions and speakings of each individual character. Hawthorne ensures that the language a character uses reflects on their personalities as well as follows along with their characterizations throughout the book. In possessing very formal diction overall, the narrator also manages to include artistic aspects such as imagery, metaphor and personification to enhance the novel’s
“In the beginning, some people try to appear that everything about them is "in black and white," until later their true colors come out.” As humans, we do this in order to keep life as simple as possible, but it is an undeniable fact that there is more to us than meets the eye. That quote was written by a man of the name Anthony Liccione. He is an American writer who produces books, but people know him for his sophisticated yet simple quotes. Though this quote has no correlation to F.Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, the meaning of it relates to several significant characters. As readers, we see countless examples of these characters judging others after their initial interaction with someone.