The style of which the story is being written is both descriptive and quite colorful, for example, “Um-hmm!... Ain’t you got nobody home to tell you to wash your face?”(Hughes pg.1) Hughes also introduces some specific languages and styles of literary devices such as repetition, hyperboles, and interjection. He also uses an exaggeration when trying to make a point, for example, “She said, ‘You a lie!’”( Hughes pg.1 ). You can’t actually be a lie so this was very exaggerated and emphasized. Also, he appeals to the reader 's senses with his very simplicit style of writing.
He was a great example of having a rough life, but using it to his advantage. Many poets did this, but Keats is one of the most famous. His poetry was always different and h always surprised the reader with the end of his poems sometimes, which made him even more intriguing. His poetry was simple to read, yet complicated to analyze. He impacted poetry in amazing ways and showed a lot of different styles throughout his career.
III. Structure Structure in Beat Poetry Beat poetry often took on a free verse structure and rarely followed the norm of stanzas and couplets that much of western poetry did. Ginsberg often wrote in a manner that seemed to mimic a conversation or the fashion in which someone speaks. It is awkward at moments and has many run-on sentences but this way of writing helped portray the very personal style of Beat work. The free verse structure allows for more control for the poet to explore ideas and feelings that could be hindered by traditional structures.
Within the poem Kipling utilizes many popular literacy devices to communicate his message, which include repetition, rhyme, enjambment, metaphors, alliteration, personification, and anaphora. The poet’s perspective is reflected in the speaker as the poem is in first person. The combination of literacy devices communicating the poet’s perspective of life in which both genders can relate to in some degree. On lines 9 and 10 an anaphora is used, “If you can dream-and not make dreams your master” and “If you can think-and not make thoughts your aim”. These two lines demonstrate personification, anaphora and repetition.
The alliteration of dirigible devotion emphasizes how he is not the one in control and how devoted he is to the auditor. the alliteration of wrings whimpers emphasizes not only how strong the love is but his own expression of discontent. The free verse format suggests a certain type of speaking from the heart because the poet is not restricted by meter or rhyming. The diction creates the shifting
He uses many literary elements that include, rhyming, rhyme scheme, and end rhyme. His poems are also not light hearted and funny but are about more serious matters. In his poem “Toast to Dayton” every other line rhymes. For example in “Toast to Dayton” passion rhymes with fashion which is two lines below it, and know rhymes with flow, and flow is two lines below know. In “The Debt” each line rhymes with the next line making every two lines a couplet.
The wording that he uses is quick pace upbeat and he repeaedt words like in the line “go go go speaks wickedness speaks volume”. The poem he create image in the line “express picture in scripture graft word fluctuating on range refuse erasers speaks more than paper”. It appeals to your senses where you can actually see it . Raymond Ngomane proposes to see a generation more enthusiastically participating in creating. The abstract language that Raymond Ngomane uses in his poem volume is expression.
The inequality among people is rising and there is no such directive to manage the situation. The treatment of inequality will not only be felt by the elderly but also to the younger generation. The crisis will also put impending pressure to the government to maintain economic prosperity during the time of globalization. The increased employment of the elderly people have also raised concern on the productivity of the employees. In the age of rapid technological growth, many of the elderly generation are unable to keep pace with the market movement.
Tall organization structure contains many level of management so, it is costly and only suitable for large and complex company on the other hand flat organization has fewer level of management which leads to cheaper cost and suitable for small and straightforward company. Giffen D.(2012) employees in flat organization have more influence to the company because they have direct contact with higher level while employees in tall organization have may layers through which they have to advanced their careers and may become frustrated and has less influence towards organization. Communication process in tall organization may take much time because they have to pass it through different authorities which leads in delay in decision making process while flat organization has fewer level of management and communication becomes faster and decision making process will be prompt. Control, coordination and supervision in tall organization is good as compared to the flat organization because the number of subordinates in tall organization is fewer as compared to the flat organization which leads to less chance of mistakes and employees are focused to do work as per company’s rules and regulation. Because of more number of employees in flat organization pressure to managers is more which leads to stress and cannot maintain good relation among staff while having less number of subordinates
The employees who have higher education are getting more income as compare to those who are not much educated. It shows that the education has a great influence on the income level. The most of the employees are not satisfy with their income level but the teachers who have higher education ( M .Phil, PhD level ) are satisfied with their income. The public sector is not a profit maximizing agent and its wages are not determined by the forces driving the labour market as happens in the private sector. Besides, the public sector is subject to political influences, which could lead the government to pay wages higher than those paid to similar workers in the private sector.