Fitzgerald uses many different literary devices throughout “Babylon Revisited”, but one of the most common ones is symbolism.With it being the most heavily used literary device throughout the “Babylon Revisited”,symbolism gives a subliminal meaning to many different things as well as ties into the theme of the story too. Fitzgerald uses it for many things. For examples in “Babylon Revisited,” when Fitzgerald writes, “I only take one drink every afternoon, and no more” (Fitzgerald 9).This symbolizes the change that Charlie went through, going from a useless drunk to trying to become a father for his daughter.Showing that Charlie actually wanted to change for the better. Another example of symbolism is shown when author William J. Brondell states “She reassures him that she also wants him to have custody of Honoria,and she praises him for his restoration” (Brondell 24). This symbolizes Honoria and hope because it shows that she too believes that Charlie honestly wants to change in order to become a better father.
He portrays highly of her by stating that “she is the heroine of a tragedy” (Van Doren). By using words such as “heroine” and “tragedy,” he emphasizes Hester’s unique importance illustrated through her continuing love and daring actions during her life of despair. Another example of an impactful use of simple diction is evident when, he claims, “above all it is Hester Prynne, whose passion and beauty dominate every other person, and color each event” (Van Doren). His simple, yet euphonious diction choices attract readers’ attention in a sense that each sentence is picturesque. Also, indicating that she dominates every other person with her passion and beauty infers that Van Doren glorifies Hester.
It is a terrifying yet wondrous experience to see the aftermath of what our words and actions can bring one person to do. This book does so much with what it is trying to do and say and it completely nails it. I can’t think of a single thing I would ever want to change. Violent Ends left me feeling haunted, feeling a sudden fear of “what if?”. I can’t think of a better book to read if you are looking for something that is going to make you think.
Also love can hurt you so bad , and make you feel a certain way you have never felt before in your entire life. For example “ John Done ” emphasizes in his own poem that it’s human , people fall in and out of love everyday and gets there hearts broken too. No matter as much as you try to avoid it, you just cant do anything about it. Done uses a lot of rhetorical examples just to get his point across. Also Done uses specific diction and his paraphrase of word choice to get the readers feeling sad for him,
Well, mood is the heart to every story in fact without mood a story would be “dead”. Actually, I don’t think it would be a story without mood. Fortunato is a fool and he doesn’t try to act otherwise. I can see why Montresor wants him dead the anger inside Montresor’s head is built up now it is exploding. All the anger Montresor has gained from this ‘fool’ is ridiculous it’s his time to act on the anger.
The best quote in this poem is “If you tuck the name of a loved one under your tongue for too long, it becomes blood.” This is Naomi's best work in the book fuel and possibly ever. Next up is the inspirational, “The Rider”. The Rider is an amazing addition to Nye’s collection. It's both inspiring and amazing for a number of ways. The message behind this piece is that if you're lonely or even bored find something you like to do and do it, get better and better no matter what.
Every time I would complete a book, it was always leave you with a lingering ending wondering what happens next. As a result it would cause the reader to go out and aquire the next novel right away. As years of studies went on, I wandered away from these styles of writing, due to the fact of my change in belief and views on the value of
You’re my everything and I LOVE YOU.I miss you so much, more and more every single day. And even though we are one day closer to being together again, I still miss you all the time. I once had a competition with adjectives, and I won, because adjectives failed to give me a word that described how much you mean to me. I love you more than words could ever describe.I want to be with you and only you for the rest of my life. I want to be with you forever baby.
Leo Buscaglia once said, “Let go. Why do you cling to the pain? There is nothing you can do about the wrongs of yesterday.” The past can be extremely difficult to let go of as past actions and events can continue to haunt an individual. The protagonist in Tennessee William’s A Streetcar Named Desire, Blanche DuBois, must contend with aspects of her past as she struggles to escape its troubled and scandalous ropes. The suicide of her husband has a lasting impact on her outlook on life as she places the blame on herself, causing her to become reluctant about letting go.