In the book To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee used many literary techniques throughout the chapters. One technique she used is juxtaposition and occurred in part one, between chapters ten and eleven. Juxtaposition is a comparison tool, used by putting two things next to each other for comparison. Jem and Scout developed different views from chapter ten to eleven showed by this comparison. Harper Lee's decision to juxtapose the events which happen is chapter ten and eleven highlight the lesson they learn.
Words can create unbelievable images in people's mind , it does not have to be a full sentence to blow up reader’s imagination. In Chapter 2 of the Noble “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” Diction takes place as an important form of expressing the author’s feelings. Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson (The author) apply the use of Diction with negative words; words like detestable, madness, disagreeably were implemented in this Chapter. Diction is also used to involve the reader by the use of a vocabulary that contain a specific mood, in this case the mood could be taken in different ways. Anxiety, angst or horror, depending on the reader’s mind are some feelings or thinkings that are involved in the story.
1. Irony as we talked about in class is considered to be intellectual or a sort of dry humor. It also has a double meaning, where you say one thing but the opposite meaning is implied. For example, in the reading “SantaLand Diaries” David and another elf realized that Santa is an anagram of Satan. So they would substitute the word for Santa by using Satan in front of customers.
The section I have chosen to analyze is page 2242 of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. In this section Mr. Enfield and Mr. Utterson and going on their typical Sunday walk, when they come upon a house in the neighborhood which draws their attention, the door specifically. Mr. Enfield states that he has a connection with that door via a strange story that he proceeds to tell. It begins with Enfield walking home, quite early in the morning and the streets appear to be completely devoid of life. Suddenly two people show up from two different directions, one of these people being Mr. Hyde, the other a young girl who is about eight years old.
In Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde , the dualities reflected of the Victorian times. Where people lived a double-life because the norms society set for honourable individuals to comply with were to high for people to come after . Double standards created along of this and fuelled the deception of the middle-class . As society allowed , they lived superficially respectable , moral lives . Alternatively , at night , when doors was closed , that was when people started showing who they really were , showing their dark and desires from the deepest part of their mind .
Robert Louis Stevenson's book The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is about a gifted doctor who discovers an elixir that can transform someone into the opposite of their normal personality. As Stevenson stated in the book "Man is not truly one, but truly two," and in the story, he explores the duality of human nature. Through a variety of characters, he shows that all things have a dark and light side. We first view this through his character Dr. Jekyll who is a talended scientist and doctor that can become an evil
In Robert Louis Stevenson's novella, Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde, is a classic novel that is taken place in the victorian era. Stevenson uses physical descriptions uses physical descriptions with Jekyll and hyde to reflect good and evil. In the novel Hyde gave a feeling of deformity. Utterson was desperate to meet Hyde, he saw Hyde in the courtyard.
If i had to compare Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde, i would say that they are two very different people. Dr.Jekyll only worries about himself. Mr.Hyde on the other hand is kind of nice to me. Mr.Hyde seems to be sort of like Dr.Jekyll's enemy. It seems as though that Mr.Hyde wants Dr.jekyll's lead.
The theme of dual personality is prominent in the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The two differ greatly in their looks, moral values and mental abilities. Because of this I believe that they are two different personalities. Dr. Jekyll is described as a good looking middle age man with a “smooth face”. His friends are comfortable socializing with him at his home.
C3C Daniel Payne Maj Lynn English 211 5 May 2017 Red or Blue Pill The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a novel that describes the daring dilemma of a distinguished doctor and a disturbed, indescribable demon that denotes the dark desires of Dr. Jekyll. Throughout the story, decency is doubled with degradation; abandon with drawback; honesty with deceit. As such, Stevenson notions with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde that dual nature not only of one man but also of society in general. that both good and evil resides within everyone and affirms that if one tries to deny their desires, rather than acknowledging them as a fragment of their entirety, said desires will likely manifest themselves in a magnified, overwhelming manner.
Throughout the story The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, Mr. Utterson is portrayed as the “detective” who works indefatigably to solve the mystery surrounding Mr. Hyde and his connection to Dr. Jekyll. Utterson possesses three main traits that assist him in doing this: perseverance, attention to detail, and ability to look at things from all angles and “connect the dots”. Using his problem-solving abilities, Utterson is able to glean information about the seemingly inscrutable Hyde. To begin, Mr. Utterson shows strong perseverance and tenacity by not .
The types of ironies, and the way it is used in Shirley Jackson's short story (mystery), “The Possibility of Evil”, has been used in three different types of ironies. One of my examples is a quote, “Miss Chandler, the librarian, and Linda Stewart's parents would have gone unsuspectingly ahead with their lives, never aware of the possible evil lurking nearby, if Miss Strangeworth had not sent letters to open their eyes (page 216).” This is example of situational irony because Mrs. Strangeworth things that she is trying to stop the evil in the town, but the reality is she is the cause of it. The second example of irony used in the short story is when Mrs. Strangeworth blurts out to Helen Crane quote, “Nonsense. All babies are different.
Many people in society today try to find a way to do whatever they wish but with avoiding the consequences. In Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, written by Robert Louis Stevenson, both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde serve as on person that changes into the other. This is an example of the dual nature in each human. One part of his nature, he desires to be a good, reputable scientist that people trust, but the other part of him wants to be morally free. This division haunted Dr. Jekyll’s mind, so he had to find a solution.
Verbal irony is when someone says something that is the opposite of how they feel or what happend like falling down and getting hurt to say, “That was fun”. Dramatic irony is when the audience knows what is going on when it comes to something mischievous or funny that the characters don't know about like a prank. Situational irony is when something goes the complete opposite way you intended it to for example if you were to say, “ This is