The situation, like the setting, is a common one that many would find themselves in, meaning the situation also creates another connection with the viewer. The viewer would relate the situation with their own personal experiences, helping the ad’s cause. In general, this ad effectively uses the appeals of pathos, making for a very effective advertisement. Whether it be through an emotional connection through the children or a relatable connection that uses the viewer’s own experiences, its use of pathos is very well done
This bold comparison is effective in communicating the devastating effect that war must have had on Jim and as a result it positions the reader to understand the key ideas about war and its violently savage nature. This use of biblical intertextuality within this novel has been purposefully imposed by Malouf in order for the reader to develop a deeper understanding of the ideas and messages that are being conveyed. The subtle allusions are effective and cause Jim’s physical and internal battle to truly be brought to
Ultimately, through these stylistic techniques, Weir seamlessly builds the intensity between the themes of individuality and conformity. In fact, the extensive use of camera positions and angles captivates the viewers and presents them with not only a different perspective that conveys the story and plot, but also a way for them to feel engaged by being in the characters’
The war happening outside Devon represents the external and internal conflicts between the characters. An example is Gene’s inner conflict with jealousy when he says, “I was beginning to see that Phineas could get away with anything. I couldn't help envying him that a little, which was perfectly normal. There was no harm in envying even your best friend a little” (Knowles 25). Here, Gene is trying to justify his envy towards Finny, which could represent the justification of calamities in war.
He blamed himself for the tragic killing of his elderly father. Hunched in a corner, he banged his head, silently ruminating his grief and his hatred, entreating his friends to leave him alone….At the end of his tether he asked to join the Maquis. He had only one thing in his mind: revenge” (171). Here we see that Nafa has a clear goal , that he will avenge the death of his father by fighting the government. Many would agree that this is a just cause, much like the US governments’ efforts to eliminate the scourge of drugs from the US.
The symbols deepen the understanding of a reader and can help bring joy and pleasure while reading. Even though there are other symbols that take part in the story, the symbolism of hands, birds, and the color white or light play a bigger role because they enhance the meaning of the novel and divulge complex ideas to the readers. Consequently, Ray Bradbury successfully utilizes symbols in the novel and has won numerous awards regarding this
A variety a specific film genres also rely on the use of nostalgia and nostalgic themes within the film making process. Within the Science Fiction genre of films, it can be said that the use of nostalgia and familiarity creates the foundation for the popular time travelling sub-genre within films that are Sci-Fi in nature. Sweeny (2015) describes this sub-genre as an ‘exercise in reactionary nostalgia, a longing for an imagined ‘simpler’ time’. Describing time travelling sci-fi movies as provoking a longing and sense of mystery amongst the audience. The author also describes the ‘retro-fetishism’ associated with the directors of these types of films in creating a familiar world for which the audience can travel to and how these worlds ‘reassures
'Bob Ewell meant business,' Mr. Tate muttered." (page 269). This shows that Bob Ewell deserved to die because he was trying to kill Atticus' kids just because he made Bob look bad in court. He's a coward cause he didn’t go after Atticus like he said he would, he went after his
In a story, themes serve as a central topic that helps to enhance the story. They provide background to the story and are essential to any literary work to have one. Themes are reoccurring in the story and help to tie things together. In Homer’s The Odyssey, the themes are very important to the story and help the many character to develop. Throughout the story, three major themes are loyalty, hospitality, and revenge.