The pop 's motives are our real life like everyday culture, the world of consume, the mass media and the advertisement. The artists often name pop art 'anti-art ' which turns to trivialities. The pop artists ask for absolute reality, that means, all the elements have to be clean and clear objects. The most forms were bordered with black lines as in comic books. The objects are often plane like at poster, so demonstrated without deepness.
"To think or speak poetically is to adopt a distorted stance toward the ordinary world..." and to do so is with the use of figurative language (Gibbs 1). Figurative language is the point at which you utilize a word or expression that does not make use of its literal meaning. Authors who utilize figurative language, use this to make their work more fascinating or more emotional than the exact language which essentially states simple facts. Authors frequently use figurative language to make unfamiliar things, settings and circumstances more relatable for the reader. Poems, specifically, depend intensely on figurative language.
Not only do Vladek’s hands play an important role here, but so do Art’s. Unlike fantasy comics that usually have a type written print, Art uses his handwriting, thus personalising the issue and further emphasising the emotions and reality associated with the story. Subsequently, this humanises the issue and positions viewers to be more empathetic towards the characters as opposed to the feelings that one has towards comic characters. The page entitled “hands” is the first time where Art emphasises the visual rhetoric related with the characters’ hands. The page begins with a text box that is relatively big in comparison to the other text boxes.
For an object to be a symbol in literature is for it to be of importance to the novel. They can describe a character, an event, or something that may happen later in the story. A symbol can be interpreted endless different ways, therefore there’s no right or wrong answer, it simply needs enough evidence. Holden Caulfield struggles with his emotions throughout The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger, and his hat is a symbol displaying Holden’s character through the significance of color and the way Holden wears it depending on his emotions. Sometimes a character in a movie or book will “see red”.
It is specifically based on the author and the reader's perspective of the work. Many times, the meaning is concluded from the knowledge we have already acquired, which leads to an enormous variety of interpretations of an author’s work. Meaning can also be created from concepts or ideas that are not present in the work being analyzed. The painting Nighthawks, the Oates poem, and the film La Mustache are perfect examples of the creation of meaning. The thoughts of the people in the background of the painting are not present, for the painting has no words.
Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” is an amazing fiction short story. This story is highly focused on symbolism, imagery, and allegory. These three literary devices are what make this story as successful and impactful as it is. This profound impact from symbolism is more immediate and keeps readers interested throughout the story. It does not take much creative thought to connect the objects in the story and how they foreshadow their use.
As the literary elements are not just some coincidence that is shown between the writings of these stories and poem. This bridges the relationship between the writers and their works of art but, even with all the similarities it always comes with differences. This is shown in each book with the way they show the gothic element. As The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is very upfront about its elements while in Frankenstein has the deeper meaning. Also in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, you had to read between the lines to understand the meanings.
Both of the pieces of literature discussed gave us an interesting story with morals that are shown in them. In the end, nothing is the same when it comes to literature, we can see their similarities and differences upon reading them. In The Iliad and the Hebrew Selections ' case, we can see them rather easily. It all comes down to how the author approaches a story and it will provide an outcome unique to other
Third, they differs on the choice of settings and how it impact to the stories.And lastly, they differ in style of writing and plot development. First, the two authors differ in character development. This element is essential since it provides the reader an implicit or explicit descriptions of all the characters.
These speed lines vary in with, creating the sense of movement. These scroll also the origin for the bold lines that manga, (then later anime) uses. Although there was no text in these scrolls, later on, some of these scrolls incorporated text to explain what was going on. These were almost always high prestige art. These scrolls influenced modern manga with its comicalness, its bold lines and story (Imaging Japanese