Though the poet tries to create a happy mood at the beginning through her use of rhyme: “fell through the fields” and “the turn of the wheels” as well as reference to the “mother singing”, all is not happy. The word "fell" in the gives a sense of something sad and uncomfortable happening. This sense of sadness is heightened by one of the brothers “bawling Home, Home” and another crying. There is the use of personification in describing the journey: “the miles rushed back to the city” which expresses poet's own desire to go back, and the clever use of a list which takes us back to the place she has just left: “the city, the street, the house, the vacant rooms where we didn’t live
Since the characters are shown facing in opposite directions, the viewer assumes that they are looking at each other. This type of shot used when Mr. Fox and his wife were having a conversation when they dug a hole under the tree and were hiding from the farmers. The reverse angle was seen used in this scene, taken from over the shoulder of the opposite character. Furthermore, Anderson keeps the audience’s focus on the interaction between the two characters. He uses a traditional set up of over-the-shoulder shots, while occasionally turning to a medium two-shot.
The artists and artwork chosen to be analyzed in this essay are The Stonebreakers by Gustave Courbet, The Gleaners by Jean-Francois Millet and Third Class Carriage by Honore Daumier. These artists are all French and are known for their inspiring works of art made during The Nineteenth Century pertaining to Realism. Gustave Courbet was best known as an innovator in Realism. He painted figurative compositions, landscapes and seascapes. He also addressed social issues, peasantry and the grave working conditions of the poor.
He reason why her dress is red is to let the person know she is the main point of of the picture in the vibrant blues and greens and brown. The mood of the painting can be described as pleasant which demonstrates the idea even though she is beautiful and beauty is around her, she is still lonely and that’s what’s making her sad. A thematic statement could be is that beauty is pleasant but but can make a person self-centered. In the background we see a wall with a river and landscape to show how tall and gorgeous these mountains are. Another detail is that she is standing in a patch of flowers with doves circling her.
The author, F. Scott Fitzgerald and used simile, imagery, and themes to express his point of views and also used symbolism to let the readers picture the images in their minds and also let the readers to feel in different emotions. The author used simile and imagery to describe the story more creative. In the beginning of the story, author said “Some of the caddies were poor as sin and lived in one-room houses with a neurasthenic cow in the front yard, but Dexter Green 's father owned the second-best grocery store in Black Bear” (Holt 858). He used simile “poor as sin” demonstrates he was dislike about the lower class people. And his father owned the second-best grocery store showed he was from the
They find a job on a ranch and that’s where most of the story takes place and where the story follows the common theme of the “American Dream” and loneliness. George and Lennie constantly talk about their dream about owning a farm and they almost came close to it, but a series of unfortunate events occurred and that’s where theme of loneliness come into play. Steinbeck portrays that loneliness is caused by both social barriers and personal choice by exemplifying dialogues and the actions of Curley 's wife, Crooks, and George. Steinbeck uses Curley’s wife as an example to show that loneliness is not only caused by choice but also by social barriers. Curley’s wife is kept in isolation because she is a woman and Curley wants to keep her in the house fearing that she will cheat on him because she flirts with other men.
The Use of Eyes in “The Rocking Horse Winner” by D.H. Lawrence As William Shakespeare said, “The eyes are a window to your soul”; author D.H. Lawrence puts this quote to practice in his short story, “The Rocking Horse Winner.” He uses the eyes of his characters, in particular the protagonist Paul, to show changes or advancements of these characters over the course of the story. The first description of Paul`s eyes occurs when he is speaking with his mother Hester about luck and are described as “Uneasy eyes.” (371) This description shows that Paul is interested in what Hester has to say and desires her approval and love but doesn’t fully understand what she means. Paul`s eyes begin to change more dramatically as he rides his rocking horse;
The Narrator thought, “Her officer—why should he have a name?” (Carver, 2) Evidently, the imbecilic Narrator was feeling jealous through his thoughts and actions. The Narrator is also jealous of Richard. Later on, before Richard came over, the Narrator says, “Maybe I could take him bowling” (Carver, 3). Even though the Narrator thought that he was amusing, his wife rejected the joke. After hearing this, she said, “If you love me..you can do this for me.
In “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,” Eliot utilizes several of his past occurrences to better enhance the meaning of the story. The allusions help the reader understand more about Prufrock’s beliefs and culture. For example, Prufrock states, “And I have seen the eternal Footman hold my coat, and snicker, / And in short, I was afraid” (85-86). This statement provides that the narrator is afraid of death (sometimes known as the eternal Footman). He fears that death mocks him for not being able to approach the woman and believes that he is going to die in this apprehensiveness.
The sibilance makes the phrase sound soft and slow, like a summer day’s cool breeze and suggests how easy it is for the farmer to remember the day. Alternatively, Mew could be magnifying the farmer’s cluelessness to the girl’s androphobia and agraphobia. This evident in ‘when us was wed she turned afraid of love and me and all things human.’ The term ‘afraid’ farther magnifies her fear of sexual intercourse and abuse. The farmer is depicted as clueless and illiterate as he does not understand what is wrong with her. The rule of three emphasizes her terror of sex, his presence and everyone.