The writing uses a variety of sentence syntax to help create effect. The book also uses a lot of detail. Between certain sentence syntax and lots of detail, the mood of the reader may change from an exciting battle to a sluggish reading. An example of this detailed writing is when the author, Stephen E. Ambrose, writes, “Captain Hester, S-3, and Lieutenant Nixon, S-2, both close friends of Winters, told him there was a four-gun battery of German 105 mm cannon a few hundred meters across some hedgerow, connected by a farmhouse called Brecourt Manor.” The author intended for the overall tone of this scene is to be exciting, and that is just not the mood projected.
Both authors indicate parental and business opinions of princesses in pursuance of appealing to many readers. Orenstein expresses her dislike towards Disney princesses by proposing that young girls learn incorrect values from the original princess movies, since they teach women unrealistic love and beauty standards. However, Poniewozik believes that recent live action princess movies demonstrate women achieving their personal goals before seeking true love in order to teach independence and convey his supporting views of modern princesses. While Poniewozik and Orenstein want to see the next generations of females become strong, self-sufficient women that do not need a fairytale lifestyle they disagree with how princess movies in general teach these lessons to young
When reading a fiction, not only the plot, but also the narrator and the point of view are important to readers in order to understand the story. Stories can be told in a various angle of vision or in one perspective, depending on which person point of view. “A story is said to be from a character’s point of view, or a character is said to be a focal or focalizing character” (Norton, 174). Readers sometimes feel they are overhearing the narrator’s thoughts because they follow along the narrator’s thoughts, actions, and feelings. Both Sonny’s Blues and the Yellow paper use first person narration.
It can be used to divert the reader. It can also be indicated that the configuration is an important feature in short stories. Both authors used symbols to support reading. These symbols will help readers have a better understanding of the story. However, both stories are different, regarding having love and the absence of love.
Francine Prose the author of Anne Frank: The Book, the Life, the Afterlife has a writing style that has a unique technique and strategy. Within the common punctuation placement, paragraph construction and sentence standards; Prose escapes the generic structure of writing. In The Book, Part I, Prose makes a point to draw the attention of the audience by beginning with a story.
Another quote that embodies this fact is when she tricks Therandil into believing that she is hurt. The satirical novel writes, “Cimorene started to say that it was nothing and that it had been her fault anyway, when she suddenly got a much better idea.” (41) . This quote leads you into how Cimorene cleverly tricks the young prince, and shows her wits as a princess. With this intelligent mind of hers, Cimorene could use her powerful stance in the kingdom to advance society.
It is full of remorse and hate, but also love. Love for each other and hate for the accusers and remorse for the accused. “We had such a good chance”... ”I told him [my thoughts; however, in truth I couldn 't say] that we had more than a good chance.”...
Syntax of this story is how the sentences are spread out, how they are created, and how they are structured. The theme is what the internal message of the story is, and it is created because of the plot of the story, combined with the syntax of how it is set
In the “Autobiography of Red, the appendices play a role in understanding the novel as a whole. When reading a book many people skip over the appendices to get into the actual writing section. Although Carson’s work the appendices is a significant part of understanding every aspect of the novel. If reading the novel from beginning to end without skipping over parts, one will recognize that the appendices give insight and background on the forthcoming readings. The appendices also leave the reader wondering why the information is being shared and how it will be relevant.
In Chamberlain's speech, "Why we Fight," Chamberlain utilized many rhetorical devices but pathos is the most powerful appeal due to the fact that it reminded the mutineers of the pride, hope, and fear of join the army into war. The mutineers who are exhausted are wanting to give up the fight because they did not see the possibility of winning the war. Chamberlain reminded the people of what they did so far and brings out their pride through his statement believing that, "we are an army out to set others free (Chamberlain 11). " Chamberlain's description of the army that the mutineers were in made them feel their importance in forming a free country. This becomes a moral boost which makes them truly believe that joining the army for a greater
On November 8, 2016, Donald Trump stunned the nation when he defeated the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton, in the presidential election, causing many Americans to fear the future of the United States. Shortly after, news broke that Russia had hacked into the Democratic National Convention and released Clinton’s private e-mails. Many citizens, especially Democrats, became enraged and were convinced that the Russian hacking scandal is the reason Trump was able to win the election. Sean Delonas—an acclaimed political cartoonist who has worked twenty-three years with the New York Post—published this cartoon on January 6, 2017, amidst continuous hacking speculation. Through his use of cleverly thought out visual rhetoric, Delonas employs
It is hard to tell what is true and not true in a novel, especially when the author says, “Often the crazy stuff is true and the normal stuff isn't, because the normal stuff is necessary to make you believe the truly incredible craziness” (68). The character Mary Anne Bell was too crazy for this novel though. The most unrealistic characters in The Things They Carried is Mary Anne Bell because she went to the war as a civilian not a soldier, embodies the theme loss of innocence, and there are other character that feel the same loss. There are many events that take place that makes Mary Anne an implausible character. The whole reason that she comes to Vietnam is that she is visiting her boyfriend, and not even the other soldiers believe Rat
There is a great deal of risk in the strategy spoken by President Reagan because of the imbalance between ends, ways and means. Lykke provides a conceptual framework and vocabulary for describing risk in strategy in his “three-legged stool” model. His main point is that a balanced strategy is solid, but if ends, ways, or means are not aligned, the strategy incurs risk (Reading C203 D, p. 4). In the spoken strategy there is especially an imbalance between the ends, ways and means to the desired end of a unified and free Europe. The ways in the strategy is only directed towards the city of Berlin.