The humorous connotation of this statement assisted in conveying the ideas and beliefs of the interviewee to the listener in an interesting and entertaining manner. Another stylistic feature common in radio interviews includes a rhetorical question, "Was it like an equine traffic light, was it?" where Hoysted indicates the absurdity and unorthodox approach to this
This performances style of postmodernism causes the audience to question whether any of the alternate realties would have a different outcome or whether any of this matters this sort of view questioning leaves the audience with a deeper connection to the story and characters which has been done to a near perfect extent making you feel as if you are a part of this story. Questioning leaves audiences open to discuss with the meaning of this performance maybe even coming up with their own alternate view, this effectiveness to get people talking helps the whole postmodern style in achieving its goal of enlightening its audience with different
With the use of personal stories, remarks about his own emotions, reflections of history, and patriotism, Carter subtly entrenches his own beliefs into the hearts of his audience. It is through the points listed above that Carter builds his argument, going to war with his opposers, equipped with tools of emotion, covertism and eloquence, exterminating selfishness and igniting a fire of morality. Once the veil of these three elements dissolves, logic prevails. His argument, built upon nothing but logic and the emotions logic enkindles, proves just how persuasive pen on paper can
Thurber uses imagery in a very central manner throughout the story, he uses it to almost tell an alternate story in which is Walters daydreams. To sum it all up, he also effectively uses imagery to describe the characters, settings, characterization, and character outfits. Thurber also illustrates the effect of dramatic irony; he uses irony to portray the contrast of Walters daydreams to his actual life, such as Walter being the hero in his dreams but in reality, he is laughed upon by his
With the actors and the film choices, these helped diversified messages to dip into the film. Even though the film was mainly focused on the Prospera’s revenge and reconciliation, Taymor also brilliantly convey other small themes to the audiences as the tools to carry out the film. Such as the magic, which Prospera an Ariel tormented Antonio’s group, and the love with Ferdinand and Miranda, which lead to comprise with Alonso and Prospera. Furthermore, Taymor expressed usurpation, and treachery of Caliban and Alonso’s servant in a more absurd way than the original play, which I think it was one of Taymor’s dramatic choices in the film. Whereas “Much ado about nothing” is totally explicated in comedy, and love, albeit some treachery, reconciliation are in the film.
Bierce perfectly mirrors this in his work. Bierce’s execution of shock in his stories shake his readers awake and expose them to the horrors of war. To a lesser extent, the shock value these short stories have make them more popular and more interesting to
He specifically uses jokes that make fun of himself and the general struggle with procrastination. Many techniques were used that caught the audience’s attention and kept them interested,like examples from Urban’s own life and comedy. These techniques also helped motivate and inspire greatness from the audience by showing that procrastination can have a range of real and negative effects which should make an audience want to work harder, and look at the bigger picture to realize we are working for a reason. I gained a greater understanding of how the brain works and how working hard with little to no procrastination can have a great effect on work habits and help achieve greater
Iago and Othello’s conversation about Cassio and Desdemona also proves demonstrates Iago’s manipulation. To Iago’s happiness, he has changed Othello’s perception of Cassio really quick with one story. Also, Iago also makes Othello desiring to know more about whether Iago is right in his observations of Desdemona’s
Vera is surprisingly capable of instantaneously associate real facts with fantastical ideas, creating odd, yet believable stories. Those illusions she creates have the only purpose of entertain her, even though they can be considered harsh. On the other hand, Montressor revenge is based on pure evilness. He cautiously plans an intricate plan to revenge Fortunato, using all that is provided to him. Those characters may be eccentric, but that does not exclude the existence of many equivalent attributes.
As human imagination plays a big role in our understanding of the real world. Our truth and fancy visions takes part in shaping up the believes, opinions and the way we picture the universe around us. We live in two unfamiliar world’s, one of them contains rational, real and reasonable facts and the other one is created by our own illusions and thoughts that can’t be accepted in the terminology of the logical nature. In Harry Potter J.K Rolling challenges the reader by breaking up the imagination and the uncanny ideas, claiming our fears abstractedly that build an image inside every one of us. To start out with a comprehensible interpretation of the “uncanny” and “unhomely” text according to Sigmund Freud’s theories, we will explore J.K Rowling’s