This imagery is powerful - the deaths and pains of those inside are unimaginable; despite the difficulty in portraying this, Satrapi is able to communicate this through the illustrated facial expressions of the ghosts, along with the ghosts running towards the exits of the cinema. The text by itself is less effective, as it simply describes what happens with little emotion, but the imagery complements the text in order to convey the emotion and pain. We also see the oppression of the Shah when Marjane’s grandfather is forced into jail. This inspires
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Vowell’s use of hyperbole is very important to this story because it allows the story to have a comedic effect so the story won 't get too serious and then turn into a sad story about a girl who can 't find something in common with her father. An example of how the author uses hyperbole for a comedic effect was when she was talking about the main characters experience with guns. The main event refers to guns as sticks of death, the author is also able to make the first time the main character fired a gun into a funny story. That the sound that the gun made was as big as God, and the recoil kicked her back to the ground like a bully. The main character claims that her experience was so bad that she doesn 't want to even touch guns
It is possible that this creative choice could lead the viewer to think that Dawson is expressing how he believes beauty standards are absurd. By using cubism, he might be saying there is no certain way a woman has to look to be beautiful. Manierre Dawson’s cubistic version of the three graces is beautiful and so are the original statues it is based on. However, in Meeting (The Three Graces) the artist still kept some aspects of the traditional Greek goddesses. This is seen in
Roald Dahl’s use of figurative language in the short story “Poison” effectively creates a vivid description of the events that transpire. There are many different types of figurative language used in “Poison,” but the most obvious ones are similes. “The question came so sharply it was like a small explosion in my ear” (Dahl 84). This quotation is a simile comparing someone’s voice to an explosion. At this time in the story, the narrator, Timber Woods, is calling Ganderbai to take care of the krait on his roommate Harry Pope’s stomach.
The Hunger Games has a lot of special effects because it is a sci-fi film. The biggest and most precise effect is when Katniss is shooting the arrow into the apple of the pig’s mouth during her tryout. However, critics like David Edelstein seemed to think that “the film is all shaky close-ups, so you rarely have a chance to take in the space, and the editing is so fast.” Other critics like Roger Ebert state that “’The Hunger Games’ is an effective entertainment, and Jennifer Lawrence is strong and convincing in the central role.” Surprisingly, The Proposal had a total of 350 shots with special effects. According to Mark Feeney, “The only shot attentive viewers might suspect was computer-generated - and they'd be right - is of an eagle snatching up a
Game of Thrones, Orange is the New Black, and Breaking Bad are three examples of hit shows in recent years which have main characters who while often true-to-life in their complexity and fascinating to watch, can be deeply depressing too, because they almost always seem to do the wrong thing. At it’s core, Stranger Things is a story with a lot of heart and soul - it’s about love, friendship and not giving up on those you care about ( when there are creepy government scientists lurking, and a creature with a toothed flower-bud for a face is trying to suck you into a parallel dimension!
Characters like Okonkwo and Nathan can represent different things or ideas. Objects like yams and a rocking chair can symbolize ideas like wealth and patriarchy. Both of these authors were very artistic in their symbolism, with even the slightest pronunciation failure making a preacher in the congo talk about death and pain instead of love and happiness. “Living fire begets cold, impotent ash”, the main character realizes his life and actions symbolically affect his family. Its novels like these that have so much symbolism and greater meaning, forcing you to constantly ponder what the author’s intent truly is, that make the read that much
First, he must love a body. Then he must realize that beauty is a characteristics of all bodies, and love bodies in general, and then move on to loving the souls/ the minds. But he must not love a specific mind, rather a set of patterns that exist in many minds, which should lead him to love beautiful pursuit and laws. He must then love sciences and philosophy, and finally, beauty itself. If he gets there, he could then use the environment to “give birth to and cherish true virtue“(212A), and “if it is possible for any human being, to become immortal as well“(212A).
In my opinion, I feel like these 3 literary elements did have quite an effect on “The Lottery” because it made the story interesting with the different tones and the symbols Jackson used throughout it. I would recommend this story to friends because it was a shocking and exciting story by Shirley Jackson. It was shocking and exciting because when you’re the reader, in the beginning, it seems like the family is going to win so much money, until later, they end up drawing to see who is going to be the one to die and that person ends up getting killed by stones by every