That is the main purpose to most autobiography, to spread what you did in your lifetime to other people. The reason Sedaris wanted to spread his particular message was to inform his audience of why he did the things he did during his life. Sedaris throughout “A Plague of Tics” explains why he did all the odd things he did. He felt compelled to do every single one of them, or else he would suffer from paranoid thoughts about what would happen otherwise. Specifically he was inform his audience that it is ok to be strange, even if it means others look at you in a different light.
Instead of explicitly stating his disassociation, the camera does the storytelling by telling the audience what’s important through the movement of the camera. A close-up of the bottle signifies it will be important to remember. A zoom and pan towards Renault indicates something important should be happening to his character. Finally, following the bottle as it’s thrown in the trash tells the audience exactly what it wants to without saying a word. The audience knows exactly how he feels about the Vichy government through these actions, and the added kick of the trash further emphasizes his feelings.
Also by mainly using this method he forced us to really analyze the characters to completely understand their role. Sometimes he used more than one method of characterization because the character trait was really important in the story he was telling, For example, O’Brien really emphasized how benevolent and sympathetic Kiowa was multiple times by using Kiowa’s quotes and the quotes from the other soldiers. I think he did this so the readers could see how Kiowa played a major role in counseling the group and helping most of the guys get through some difficult times. If a reader was trying to describe Kiowa they could possibly say he was an amiable soldier, a man with a stable spirit, and a greatly admired human
Audience: The general audience of this book would be everyone. However, more specific audiences could be historians, athletes, or anyone who enjoys reading. Historians will find the historical facts and commentary through the use of journals and quotes interesting, athletes will find the underdog story intriguing and inspiring, and, lastly, book lovers will love the storyteller writing style of Daniel James Brown. Purpose: The purpose Daniel James Brown intended for the book was to spread this story to people who would otherwise not know about these historic events. Joe Rantz’s purpose was to show people how special the group of men was, and how they worked best when they all trusted each other
The struggles of being a Jackets fan are well encompassed by Bob Hunter, an Ohio sportswriter for the Columbus Dispatch. Bob captivates the emotionally exhausted Jackets fans by building a hopeful tone with his varied syntax strategies. Bob Hunter’s personal voice throughout his pieces creates a sense of relatability, which allows his audience to bond with his written ideas. In creating a conversation for
This makes him equal to them and sending across his message becomes easier. By saying that “I am here because I have organizational ties here but more basically, I am in Birmingham because injustice is here”, he assures the reader that he had researched on the topic. After then he talks about his association with Southern Christian Leadership Conference which helps the readers to make up their mind that the author is not an ordinary man and is credible. Then he appeals to pathos by talking about the trials of black men. He then talks about the discrimination of black men by police as well as people.
The circumstances like this call for deep thinking mainly on how men can leverage themselves and have a breakthrough. Tom immerses himself into such thinking and pondering options thus transforming his thinking philosophically. "After a while, the faces of the watching men lost their bemused perplexity and became hard and angry and resistant" (Steinbeck 7). John writes that it was the duty of men to think and find solutions to the problems that challenge the peaceful coexistence of the community. When Tom Joad appears in the novel after leaving the prison, the return suggests the inevitable accomplishment of his destiny to both acts and leads other men into action.
He includes some of his struggles into some of his plays and movies. He wants to change people and he also wants to get his story out there cause most people never knew about him being abused. He keeps this smile on his face when he knows that his past might haunt he forever. But instead of letting those things worry him, he started writing plays, books, and movies. Like I said in the above paragraph, he watched Oprah’s show and realized that he wanted to start writing.
Encouraging and inspiring the imagination, Theodor Seuss Geisel is a universally renown author of children’s literature. Dr. Seuss entertains his audience while instilling his own values and life lessons in his writings. His ambiguous stories affect readers in different ways depending on the level of interpretation. Although his works teach children how to read and count, and include lessons of morality, Dr. Seuss also inserts inconspicuous political codes for mature audiences to decipher. Because the messages are subtle, the public can make their own assumptions which lead to controversy.
Notes of a Native Son becomes even more approachable as Baldwin includes man personal phrases, notably the word I. His inclusion of I gives the reader the sense that he is telling a story from his own perspective, as he was there. This personal connection gives the essay an extremely close-knit feeling, like the story told by friends around a campfire. Even though the topic of writing the essay man not be quite so friendly, Baldwin’s writing style brings the reader in close and makes it approachable, which adds to the importance of the message he is trying to