Spectacle (or lack thereof in this case), Wilder’s creative use of melody, diction, and thought, and his heavily thorough use of character and plot to carry the story all combine to create an insightful look into the daily lives that many of us go through and never take a chance to observe. Wilder created a humanistic outlook from the supernatural world that showed many of us take for granted the small, everyday actions and interactions that take place among us which build the suspense to our inevitable ending. These elements, first laid out by Aristotle, put a natural twist on what is often seen as intangible literature or art when really, tragic drama is often a stylized representation of our true selves and the lives we often write off as
He doesn’t say or clarifies his sentence leaving little clues for his readers to figure out the rest. Which makes his writing so interesting because there’s a lot of interpretation of his writings after reading his stories. Kate Chopin on the other handwriting is more open, very clear and understandable. Her choice of words is precisely making her sentence clear and exact. Both stories share a common theme such as freedom, death and the style of writing.
This book is not a difficult read, an elementary student could read it, but the issue of the plot is what makes this novel so serious. For example, when “Blood and something else, something white and gel-like” (313) is described to extrude from Assef’s eye, a seemingly graphic scene is made moderately gruesome. Evidently, no complex vocabulary or literary devices are used. Also observed is the fact that Hosseini tends to frequent the use of flashbacks. These flashbacks often occur at epiphenous moments in Amir’s life.
This book would be completely different if Jim wasn’t in it, if he didn’t have the personality that he did throughout it, how he’s similar to other characters and if he didn’t meet the people he did. Personalities are a very important part of understanding a character. Jim had a personality that was very trusting, he was a simple man, superstitious, always got to the point, very gullible, compassionate, and he understood
In summary, Murakami is an author that amazes reader with his well use of writing techniques such as imagery and symbolism. Also, he’s strong sense of simulating strange abstraction and leaving readers turning circles changes the experience of fictions into some high level appreciation. While it is enjoyable to read, it is also full of surprises in every story he writes, involving intimation of cultural criticism and author’s personal feelings. All in all, to fully appreciate and understand Murakami’s motifs in each of his stories, it is essential to understand his
This is a lovely and magnificent story that teenagers readers relate very much. In this novel six teenagers put aside their political associations and enjoy each other by sharing their passions, opinions, and cultures. Moreover, readers will walk away with an important lesson about people and that no matter who we are, where we come from, or what/who we believe in, we all outbuilding the same blood and want to live freely and in peace. Cecil Castellucci uses analogy and symbolism in a wonderfully subtle way, emphasizing emotional truths without misleading her readers. The novel is refreshing and encouraging.
The story is told through both Finch and Violet 's perspectives, which brings the touching tale to life beautifully and we get to experience their own emotions and experiences. This is a story full of unique twists and detailed characters, yet it still has a basis in real life. The characters are also represented in straight forward pure detail. Their characters grown from the beginning at the novel but unfortunately finch turns back when he commits
He even states that it looks like something escaped, not left. Leaving Houston, for Paul, is a way to escape his past and and start over. Tangerine by Edward Bloor is a novel that I would rate at about an eight or a nine. It didn’t quite make a ten just because there were certain parts that the pacing of the book threw me off, whether it be everything happening too slowly or too quickly. Other than that I really enjoyed the book overall, and especially liked and related to Paul’s character.
Author’s writing way of telling about Georgiana was very good, but he must have given something about her character as well. I think the way he explains the spot on Georgiana was the best way to attract the readers because the reader gets some imagination in his mind. The birthmark seems good to many people but not for his husband. The author in this way wants to say that the thing that when some do not have a thing then he likes that but when we get those things, then we do not feel comfortable with them and we want some improvement. Aylmer is the philosopher and that is why he always thinks the things should be just perfect.
Realism is a major theme in Gustave Flaubert’s, Madame Bovary. Flaubert’s minute notation to the physical world is what brings the book to life. By adding excessive detail to certain aspects of the book, the reader is able to picture these moments, making the novel all the more life-like. Although Flaubert does an outstanding job of providing the reader with details to convey the idea of realism, he may be giving too many details. There are several instances in the book where it feels as though Flaubert put too much thought into the details and perhaps confuses the reader with adjectives that may be unfamiliar to them.
Writing in a unique way that intrigues the reader and makes them highly emotional requires great skill. The character of Oskar Schell was exceptionally believable. The way the author adequately describes him makes it more captivating. The reader is really able to learn as much as there is to know about Oskar. Personally, I find Oskar Schell to be a character I highly relate to.
Even if I had not read this story before, I would have picked up on the fact that this singular point would be a catalyst to the rest of the plot. 2. At the beginning of the novel, Tom describes himself as a very tolerant man who often moves people who generally keep to themselves to open up to him without much effort. Tom prides himself on reserving his judgment of others until he takes time to observe and get to know them. This is a quality he is obviously proud of as he makes a point to describe his habits surrounding this quality in depth.