Being proper and always having a college level academic tone when writing was something that was very important. In addition, using slang or other unfamiliar terms could make an audience confused, leading to a very messy paper. Also, I realized that audiences have a different perspective on things and they can make assumptions, leading to counter arguments. When writing, I learned that I must be constantly aware of my audience questioning things in my
While Orwell was explaining that writers will gain an emotional attitude and might not be able to escape his emotions when writing, he said something very interesting. “It is his job, no doubt, to discipline his temperament and avoid getting stuck at some immature stage, in some perverse mood: but if he escapes from his early influences altogether; he will have killed his impulse to write.” This sentence shows metaphor and cumulative sentences altogether. It shows metaphor because he is talking about getting stuck at a specific stage but he is no literally talking about getting stuck somewhere, physically. Cumulative sentence is also shown here because he is combining both sentences together to prove a point by using a
The communicators need to try to make their point in a different way that best suits the message they are sending. To do so, the rhetorical approach can be considered as the most effective means of persuasion as well how to compete discourses shape our thoughts and actions. From this module, Learning Unit, the author established three great approaches that the writers can use to convince the audience. The rhetorical approach recognizes that what works in one situation may not work in another; communicators must be
Overall, this article can be valued as a credible document for scholars seeking a summary of these two pieces of work. However, the frequent use of summary instead of breaking down the text takes away from Wright 's point of racial oppression and alienation each character faces in the story. This article is recommended to those who are unfamiliar to with these stories in particular from Uncle Tom 's Children. Nonetheless, the author spending an excessive amount of time summarizing the text takes away the value of the article. If a scholar was seeking an article that contains a decent amount of literary analyze this text wouldn 't be beneficial.
It would seem to me that his opinion would have best served being found in between the first story and the background surrounding the subject. Taking the risk of stating your opinion as Taibbi did, so late into the introduction in this article, runs the risk of confusion and dis- interest in the article itself. Having a clear opinion at the right time in a paper is important so as to not lose your audience. Just as equally important is the use of sources and exactly how they are used. On the twelfth page of the article, Cruel and Unusual Punishment: The Shame of Three Strikes Law, by Matt Taibbi.
Immediately after reading the title, the reader almost automatically can identify my position on the topic and further becomes clear on what my stance will be in the essay. In fact, it introduces the audience to be in the state of mind that promotes the solution of homelessness being a joint responsibility. By doing so, I am automatically inferring them to think in that direction, before they have even read the first line of the text. In addition, this method then creates a purposeful bias toward that argument within my paper, but also enforces what I am trying to communicate throughout the whole text: Homeless is not an issue that can be solved by only the homeless, but it needs to be taken on by all of society in order to be
With dialogue as simple as few word responses and narration as complex as a paragraph on a location’s description the difference is hard to miss. But what do they do with their difference in regards to the novel? They do what the other cannot. The narration and the dialogue both have roles as different as their language, while the narration provides immersion and deep thinking, the dialogue provides an understanding of the characters and the world. Without one or the other, the novel would not have the same effect on the reader.
This is due to Rose using plenty of descriptors in his writing, and sometimes may seem repetitive. For example, the first sentence of the passage says “To vitalize that imagination, we need to rethink our notions about mind and work, but also reassess long-standing notions and seemingly self-evident distinctions among levels and kinds of knowledge.” In this sentence, you might have realized the words reimage and reassess. These two words are synonyms, meaning they have the same meaning, yet he used both words in the same sentence. Another repetition occurs when Rose says “notions about mind and work” and “long-standing notions and seemingly self-evident distinctions among levels of knowledge.” The only difference between the two is that the latter is more descriptive than the first. The reason Rose may do this is to first put the idea in your head that certain notions need attention, and then goes into detail.
The important message from this is that to make a good story you have to use a lot of vivid detail to make a believable and setting that you can see in your mind. If you don’t use any vivid detail in your story to build the setting the read will get lost in the complexity of the world you created, so it is important that you help them visualise the world you put them in. Nevertheless make sure that in the future, whenever you write a story, make sure that your reader can the world that you immerse them
If not for these stylistic choices of the author, much of The Kite Runner’s meaning would also be lost because of their importance in developing both the story’s characters and plot. In particular, the character arc of Amir, the main protagonist of the book, would be stripped of an immense amount of significance due to these literary devices having such a prominent role in establishing the character’s inner and outer conflict. In particular, much of the story’s use