What makes a story enjoyable? Is it the plot? Or is it the methods the author uses to connect to the reader? Plot is a big thing, but it is the literary devices that bring the story together. In the three stories, “The Tunnel” by Sarah Ellis, “The Skating Party” by Merna Summers and “The Bicycle” by Jillian Horton all have unique literary devices to make each story more intriguing and to give them the feeling of being part of the story.
As Willa Cather wrote “O Pioneers!” she drew from 3 main philosophies of life, Realism, Romanticism, and Naturalism. While one book or story may adhere to just one of these philosophies, Cather was able to masterfully combine all of them. For starters, realism gets best described as “A faithful representation of reality”. One example of this in O Pioneers! Would come in chapter 1 of part 1 when Alexandra says "Yes.
Sonia believes she can not love again because it would be unfair to her ex boyfriend who died. The picture is explain that sonia came to the usa with liela but realizes that she has the wedding rings and they have to take them back . #5 Last picture is of the northern light where leila was originally going for her trip. But before getting there she became freinds to 4 people in need. It was kind of sad because her trips was about the northern lights but that wasn 't even the best part.
The years that followed had short lived moments of happiness and horrible abuse. She hated her new home, and what they thought of her. Prue couldn’t begin to live up to any of their standards. Her father, a CEO of the family Oil Company. And her mother a socialite of intimidating standing.
All the themes can be developed and how the authors develop into deeper meaning to the story. Gender, Innocence, The home, etc. are all developed differently and in their unique styles of the story. The theme that I'm picking because I feel strong enough to give the explanation is "Identity". Identity is a great example of the theme of the story because it shows who are the characters if the story.
In the book, A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeline L’Engle, this is the situation that is set at the beginning of this prodigious book. Madeline L’Engle used many marvelous writing characteristics, including the main conflict, the imaginary setting, the many characters, and fantasy techniques to compose a finished work of
The author of the book Anthem, Ayn Rand, believes that one’s own individual choices and needs are more significant than everyone else’s. Her book Anthem shows this in countless ways. The main character Equality 7-2125, later known as Prometheus, learns to think individually and believes that individuality is more valuable than humanity as a whole. Since Rand wrote the main character to believe this, it makes since that she would believe this too. In the novels introduction, there is a quote from Rand.
In the text Sabatina was forced to go with the arranged marriage in which she didn’t want to do but since it was her family’s tradition she had to do it but she ran away. In her tradition it’s like disrespecting the families honor and her parents could have killed her. So it’s a loss and lose situation. Some teens are okay with the arranged marriages and some are not; that’s the biggest problem that is going on right now. Also I do believe that the U.S has a better way in relationships and marriages than some countries that are dealing with arranged
(Sense and sensibility film, 1995) However, after the passing of Mr. Dashwood his dowager and three little girls move to Barton cottage of a cousin in Devonshire. Barton cottage resembles romanticism in the film because the setting is in nature or countryside. There is a difference between the city and country side in the film because the city symbolizes realism because it’s associated with reality, busy life and problems, whereas the countryside symbolizes romanticism and dreamland where they were freer and had less
Ellen, the protagonist in the short story “The Lamp at Noon” by Sinclair Ross is responsible for the death of the baby. Ellen is selfish, lonely, and frightened. She does not realize that life is never perfect, her isolation and fearfulness cloud her judgement and therefore lead her to make the irrational decision of running away in the midst of a dust storm, which she believes is the right decision for the betterment of her child’s future and for herself. Generally Ellen displays selfishness towards reasoning with her husband on leaving and staying at the farm. She knew that by moving into town that she would live a more elegant and uncomplicated life style, “I’m young still.