The poet Billy Collins is more enjoyable than William Carlos Williams due to his more advanced deconstruction of the poetic form and allusions to imagery of amazing events and people without ever going directly into needless, excessive imagery. Williams is more brief in his explanations, a talent few poets seem to have, but Collin's style is more explanatory. He will support his ideas extensively, where Williams focuses on reading between the stanzas of his poems, often combined with prior knowledge. Such as in "Landscape with the Fall of Icarus", where Brughel's artwork is important in understanding the purpose of the poem. Coupled with very simple language, Williams prefers to keep the poems simple, but the deeper meaning complex.
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.
Fortunately, words span the known world. After all, without words, expressing ourselves would become much harder. Not surprisingly, words are powerful, and when words are put together, they can have exquisite meanings. After reading, Learning to Read and Write, by Frederick Douglas, I was astounded by his use of words (not to mention how he learned to use them). The grouping of the words was wonderful and powerful.
All in all, I prefered the book better. This is because I truly loved Death’s idiosyncratic comments and informative narration in the book. Even though the movie was very literally visual, I had an easier time imagining the book and understanding it. I really enjoyed reading Max’s books and didn’t have this pleasureful opportunity in the movie. I enjoyed the sensory details and Zusak’s writing style.
It was much better than I had anticipated before reading it. Wes Moore is a strong author who properly used writing mechanics to deliver powerful scenes and great messages. I would say that the main theme of this book is the importance of education in adolescent life and that small things really can make all of the difference. The author Wes Moore 's life appeared very dull in comparison to the other Wes Moore 's; however, it was Wes Moore 's life that would provide quotes that inspire or were otherwise relatable to MAST life. One such quote in the novel was : "In spite of myself, I was impressed.
Bradbury uses the points of showing the advantages society has by keeping books relevant combined with the dark image of what a world with no literature is really like. In addition to all of this, the pace of the story can put you into an almost identical mindset of the characters.It is extremely effective and truly convinces the reader how important not only the book that is being read actually is, but how significant all books can be. Not to mention how dystopian a world lacking such important influences can end up being. As previously stated, the world of the future in Bradbury’s story has its flaws, but what is wrong beyond never
As you read the book you learn to love the characters and I just with that what happened wouldn 't because I loved who they were and it all changed. Aveyard has a style that I haven 't really seen before that it has a simplicity of the writhing but it still challenges
This book is written very simply and is easy to follow. In a way, it is un-teaching of sorts. This book depicts many of the decisions that we make, in particular, ones that are mundane, that have kept us from being our best selves and explains why these decisions are wrong. It also enlightens the reader (and writer) on how to shift behaviors to decrease fear
Next Bradbury created interesting characters to make the book even better. Montag has a big role in Fahrenheit 451. Montag is very open-minded but does what everyone else does because he doesn’t know anything else besides that. He is a fighter but wonders about books. He keeps some books and hopes to read them and find out what they are about.
This helped tone made the book easy to read, because it seemed like a friend was telling you a story, instead of a professor giving a lecture. Levitt’s arguments were also unbiased. He could have easily been biased and forced his ideas at the reader, but instead chose to present all the facts and let reader