The central concept between both texts emphasises on the deprivation of loss which is expressed to the audience through emotions and techniques therefore creating a story for every individual. Ruby Moon convey Ray and Sylvie’s journey of an unstable marriage life due to different events in the play and the character, Sid Craven discovering his purpose in life. However, the poem Annabel Lee best explores the poet’s dark journey of love and his tormenting inner experience in relation to Annabel. The two characters in Ruby Moon, Ray and Sylvie,
Through the analyzation of Jackson’s work, it can be said that an everyday setting or relationship is made abnormal by either a comedic or terror twist. In the case of Haunting of Hill Side, she chooses to contort the story to scare the reader. Through the review by Val Wenner, she is celebrated for her darkness. (p1 Warner) I myself have an interest in the abstract and weird pieces of literature. Jackson has won my appreciation; authors who know how to psychologically alter a person's mood are (in my opinion) the most amazing.
The text of the book Cinder Edna was organized into simple sentences and short paragraphs. The organization was sufficient for what the book is telling by providing adequate detail in each paragraph. Descriptive language was used throughout the entire book which made having short paragraphs and simple sentences acceptable. One example of a literary tool being employed to make the story more vivid is, “Cinderella sat among the cinders and sighed.” This literary tool is alliteration and it helps support the story by allowing the reader to picture what Cinderella must have felt like in that moment. Another example of a literary tool being employed is the analogy of Cinderella to Cinder Edna.
Style Analysis Words of poetry come from deeper meaning, they come from experience. Personal stories have greater connections with readers because they themselves have also sought through their own experiences. In the short story “There will come soft rains” by Ray Bradbury, he uses elements of imagery,details, and syntax to illustrate to his readers the image he pictures in his head. Throughout the passage, Bradbury’s style of diction is charming and abrupt. He creates a playful tone towards the harsh environment described in the short story.
The character Sarita could easily be a representation of Josephina herself meaning that this story would be one built on facts and emotions that should have came easy for the author to transform into a compelling tale of mysterious and romantic relations with an unknown man. While reflecting upon the short story “The Street of the Cañon” a reader can determine the characters, setting, and style that the author portrays in the reading. As for the sake of contrast, it would be beneficial to also look for these same traits in a similar, even though different story called “The Highwayman”. This story contains many similar types of characters and style although the overall effect of the setting and the events in this poem set it apart from the previous story. The prevalence of love through troublesome situations is apparent in both of these stories
All the works in the gallery were exploring different ideas that are important, but often overlooked in today’s culture. The idea of loving yourself, seemingly obvious, but often when an individual does truly love himself or herself, it is confused for cockiness, egotism, and narcissism. Czech’s work counters this cultural norm with her manipulation of Ginsberg’s poem, creating an important reminder to love oneself. Another work, by David Horvitz called “Mood Disorders”, explores the idea of different types of mental illnesses as defined by different Internet sources. Mental illness is constantly being overlooked, and Horvitz demonstrate was able to demonstrate how vast mental illness is.
Where Poe writes in an idealistic tone, H.D. writes bitterly. Both poets strive to convey an attitude toward Helen using every element of their poem, be it flowery syntax or venomous descriptions. Because the writing is so tightly knit, the reader can easily understand complex feelings without them being
This book helps the readers learn from the character’s reactions to their problems. Also, the idea that authors build well developed characters to bring about a deeper understanding is shown through the poem Sympathy by Paul Laurence Dunbar. In this poem, the speaker explains of being trapped in the things that society says about him. Through these texts, it is evident that authors can best create empathy in their readers by developing great characters because when characters go through daily events that are challenging and troublesome, the readers are able to relate and understand what they are going through or we are able to learn from their experiences and influence us to adjust our lifestyles. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by
Poetic devices are important in literature because they help to convey a message, add spontaneity to a poem, and give the reader a strong visual. Some poems are lengthy, and some poems can be very short, however when analyzed, they all express a deeper message. For example, when examining the poem, "The Changeling," by Judith Ortiz Cofer, the reader can easily spot the important message which the author is trying to reveal to the reader through the use of poetic devices. When closely reading this poem, the language and the terminology applied by Cofer enhances the readers ability to make connections between the theme of this poem and how it can be applied to real world scenarios. The poetic devices incorporated into the poem, "The Changeling," reflect on how young children interpret gender roles in their own way.
The world is made up of opposites and differences. In the novel paper towns by john green, the use of opposites helped me to understand the themes: appearance can be deceiving, the importance of identity and the bad affects of obsession this is shown through a variety of quotes in the text. A quote from the book that shows appearance can be deceiving is when Q is in Margo’s room looking for clues that link to where she is, he then finds her music collection and says “But I was distracted by Margo’s music collection. She liked everything I could have never imagined her listening to all these records.” This shows how much q doesn’t actually know Margo he has built this image of her in his mind of how he wants her to be and is surprised when