Poe and "Army" may have loss someone known as Annabel, but the point of view of their poem and song was completely opposite. Poe's poem was based on the loss of a woman he was in loved with. As the audience reads his poem, he described his emotions in a depressed and sad manner. Poe made sure that the audience could tell between when he was sad or just remembering memories with Annabel. Poe portrayed that he was all alone in their happy place, but he is slowly letting her go.
The day of judgment is very close at hand” (17). Vera Claythorne has a very ominous first impression of Soldier Island, “There was something sinister about it.” Later Fred Narracott says that boats can’t land on Soldier Island in bad weather, foreshadowing that the guests will be stuck on the island with the murderer. Christie’s novels suggest that each of the characters could be the novel’s main antagonist.
It was written when Plath’s marriage to Ted Hughes was in difficulty and she was suffering with depression. We are given an insight into the her inner feelings and trouble. She uses dark, disturbing and graphic imagery which reflects her mind at the time she was writing the poem. The state she describes is almost terrifying. The description of the poppies in the opening lines is positive.
and I wondered what I have done wrong.” This quote shows how Yen Mah starts being very apprehensive and anxious. Yen Mah creates a very personal atmosphere in her writing by expressing what she felt in that moment. In this quote, Yen Mah ponders the possibilities of what she could have done out of fear. From this quote, we could assume that Yen Mah does not have a healthy relationship with her father because she clearly established a sense of fear and apprehensiveness in this quote.
In “The Yellow Wallpaper”, Charlotte Gilman critiques the restrictive nature of patriarchal society through the bars in the female narrator’s bedroom window that represent her relationship with her husband. As the narrator’s mental health deteriorates near the end of the story, she recognizes that the bars on her window physically confine her to her room. She states that “To jump out of the window would be admirable exercise, but the bars are too strong even to try” (Gilman 1694). Thus, Gilman clearly reveals to the reader that the narrator desires freedom but is kept in her room by the bars on her window. These bars directly relate to the narrator’s relationship with her husband, John.
The use of imagery in "Storm Warnings" conveys the literal and metaphorical meanings of the oncoming physical and emotional storms. Rich uses to imagery show the anxiety she is feeling about the storm in the beginning. For example, "The glass has been falling all the afternoon," and, "gray unrest moving across the land. " Both of these images have negative connotations, which show what she is feeling and what she sees.
Oates shows that in her story, “Where is Here,” because the house changes to old and broken and the family follows to that as well. Cotazar shows that in “House Taken Over” because he uses it with the characters and mood of the story from all ordinary to odd and mysterious. Poe shows transformation in “The Fall of the House of Usher” because it changes the mood and how the characters act suddenly from odd to horrified. This is why transformation causes fear to the reader as they read a story, because of the alterations from one tone to
Shirley focuses a large part of the introduction of the house on describing its odd design and initial impressions. Dr. Montague describes the house as being on a “slight slant… that may be why the doors slam shut” and notes how “every angle is slightly wrong” (Jackson 77). This causes an uneasy feeling for the reader as they question the effect this will have on the characters throughout the novel. Also, Eleanor’s initial impressions of the house cause her to hesitate and question whether she has made the correct decision.
Many of the alarming inanimate objects that the speaker is accompanied by on this particular night have to do with the natural world as they apply fear and anxiety towards the speaker. For example, upon morning for his lost love Lenore, he hears ongoing noises in the night that are increasing in sound and instilment of fear. In the poem, Poe depicted the form of a man in his fear at the mercy of nature in his sanctuary: “Back into the chamber turning, all my soul within me burning, soon I heard again a tapping somewhat louder than before. […] “Let my heart be still a moment and this mystery explore; ‘Tis the wind and nothing more” (31-36). Moreover, what one can grasp from these lines within the poem is that the wind was sought to be malice natural forces that surrounded the speaker, surrounded his home of peace and tranquility of mournful silence, just waiting to seize the opportunity to break the long drawn out of stillness within the night.
The mood of this poem is sad and fear. One can tell that this poem is written to express wishes of one when they are gone. Christina says, “Only remember me, you understand.” She is in fear that he/she will forget her and the memories so she writes this poem to ensure that this does not happen.
The Response of an Hour “The Story of an Hour” is a two page short story written by Kate Chopin (born February 8, 1851 died August 22, 1904) (Larsson Donald, and Erskine Thomas 1), but despite its small size, it is filled with conflicting emotions and symbolism. The amount of well-hidden symbolism can make it very confusing, but it also gives the story an unlimited amount of meaning. At first glance, many may not realize that the sky is a symbol, or understand a kind “of joy that kills” (Chopin 128), and cannot comprehend the mental state someone must be in to feel “free” (129) from hearing of the death of her spouse. “The Story of an Hour” is about a woman named Mrs. Mallard whom has a heart problem.
The hurricane of 1938 was a devastating storm that took a lot of lives. Obviously sense it is a hurricane its weather conditions were treacherous. The impact of the hurricane affected most of New England in many ways. There were lots of other conditions as well that didn't help. The hurricane of 38 had deadly weather conditions.
“On the Occasion of Our Anniversary” by Clementine Von Radics. This poem talks about a women who got abused, this woman talks about her experience after it all ended. This girl was traumatized since she went through a difficult time. She can't forget what happened to her “This morning I googled signs of domestic abuse” here she is stating that she got abused by her husband/boyfriend. “I still flinch at slamming doors” she still moves when she hears slamming doors.