His work was passionate, intellectually challenging and highly original, his language incantatory and often hypnotic. There are echoes of Blake, Housman, Verlaine and Barker 's contemporary, Dylan Thomas." (WILBY,2008,n.p) "Barker’s poetry, like that of Dylan Thomas and the somewhat younger W.S. Graham, is dense, musical, highly lyrical, visionary, and frequently mingles mysticism and sexuality." (SHEPHERD,2007,n.p).
Jacob Lawrence creates a work of art directly influenced by visual narrative content. In his sequence of art work, The Migration Series, it utilizes the pattern of shapes, colors, and motifs throughout each 60 panels. This series signifies the great history that is related to the background of himself and his family during the migration of the north from the south. Examining all the panels in the series, Lawrence predominately used the same colors throughout the entire project. For example, in the above panel, Lawrence used a great amount of darker colors to portray the scene of the migrants scrambling to get through the gates.
Ambiguity is a literary device used to make one sentence have two meanings; it brings uncertainty to the reader, which can be just as horrific as gore and violence. One author whom is well known for his use of ambiguity is Henry James, who used it to create chaos in the minds of his readers. Some of his uses can completely change the outcome of his novels, most notably in The Turn of the Screw, allowing the reader to decide the fates of each character. Henry James uses ambiguity through tone and diction to provide the reader with a more confusing and, in turn, more horrific story. The Turn of the Screw’s ending is considered ambiguous, in addition to being so abrupt and fast due to its syntax and punctuation.
Lawrence is best known for his "Migration" series of paintings, where he shows the migration of blacks from Africa, to the United States. This series focuses mainly on their history in the south. Throughout his life, he won many awards and a lot of recognition for his works. The Harlem Renaissance was an important time in the black community. It changed the way that black people were looked at.
Henry Miller is known–maybe alongside Charles Bukowski–to be one of the most obscene authors of the 20th century. The depiction of sexual acts in his books resulted in controversies and even bans in several countries. Due to the vulgarity many readers and ciritics attributed to his name, his work had been neglected by the literary establishment and only recognised in the underground of literature for a long period of time (cf. Jong 132-3). What is more, basically starting with the publication of his first major novel Tropic of Cancerf.
Lee and Jerome Lawrence, want their audience to consider the subject matter of having the freedom of thought and a growth mindset, which they show through their characters’ dialogue. An example that shows the growth mindset of Drummond’s was when he stated, "'Drummond: The Bible is a book. A good book. But it's not the only book'" (Lawrence Lee 98). This demonstrates the mindset of Drummond.
Lawrence 's “Nightmare”). D. H. Lawrence had born the burden of the First World War in the same way as his “thinly disguised autobiographical narrator Richard Lovat Somers” (Reading Modernist Fiction as War Testimony: The Case of D.H. Lawrence 's “Nightmare”). The writer described Cornwall, “a place that had been isolated from encroaches of modern life and the evidence of its heritage – stretching back into pre-history – was still clearly displayed in its landscape”, so vividly because it had been his refuge during the war (Costin). For D. H. Lawrence the period of war was an onerous time: he “had been most directly affected by the war in having his work banned, and suffering persecution by the authorities as a suspected spy” (Creating a History: The Case for Lawrence as a Civilian War Writer). The bitterness of his memories of the First World War D. H. Lawrence vivivdly demonstrates on the pages of
The performance of every character in the movies was marvelous. The movie series improved as it advanced through the book series. From the first to eighth movie, the three characters Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley started as a kid to teenagers. Their problems started to get more complex as they grew up throughout the movies. Even though the characters as kids were so young, they were able to personify the book characters.
H Lawrence’s Concept of Fury D.H Lawrence’s Women in Love (1920) significantly reworks Nietzsche’s central concept of the will to power. Lawrence saw modern literature as a mode of representing the ‘fluidity’ in life in a way that could counteract the rigid discourses of philosophy and religion (McManus). According to McManus, Lawrence’s point of view, the conflict between man and woman arises from the civilized woman’s having become the desperate antagonist of man, drawing from “his greatest possession- his manhood, his masculinity- and feminizing him (MacManus).” and bringing him under the control of her will. In Aoron’s Rod, Lawrence makes one of the characters say, speaking of women in general “I hate her, when she knows, and when she wills.