Shakespeare’s ‘King Lear’ is testament to his incredible skill of forming images and symbols to further the plot, engage the reader, and communicate complex insights into humanity. The play is filled with vivid animal imagery, images of suffering and old age, all of which add to the enthralling nature of the dramatic ‘King Lear’. These memorable images are complimented by ingeniously constructed symbolism and metaphor. Shakespeare excellently communicates the intricacies of love, and emotional pain through thought-provoking symbols and incredibly presented metaphors. There is a stark juxtaposition of imagery as we witness love as a redemptive force but also images of cruelty and animals.
Aesthetic is all about insight, emotions and developing deep feeling. The developing and emerging of aesthetical logic and creativity is not only the basis of art and its forms. But with related with art education. The experiences feel when we enjoying the music, read any poetry, considering at any painting, sculpture or any sights of nature and have a distinguishing instant, feeling and mediate charm. And this indicate us to define our experiences in a very specific way or terms such as “beautiful” ,”inspiring” and “exquisite” .
The narrative style keeps the awe, curiosity and amazement of the readers alive throughout the story. Dramatization of events with fine diction and imagery makes the article a rendition par excellence. Carefully chosen expressions like ‘torrents of water’, ‘drown their hopes’ , ‘long parade of searchers’ , ‘undeterred’ etc. make a powerful appeal to the intellect and emotions of readers. The events in the writing are chronologically arranged and well-presented.
The writing style of an author is a key attribute to a story and is what makes it unique and interesting. In the two short stories, “Silver Blaze” and “Witness for the Prosecution”, Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie’s specific writing style impacted the stories, making it so well-known and loved. They made all the readers question every step of the story, as it continued to unravel and put everyone in awe by the end. The way a writer characterizes their characters and adds a twist factor is what made Doyle and Christie iconic writers. Characterization in a story allows the reader to make their own judgements and theories.
Figurative language in poems and songs The use of figurative language is an important tool in poetry because it enables the writers to produce images in the minds of readers. It helps the authors express ideas in an ardent, vivid and creative ways. Figurative language is one that involves the use of figures of speech like hyperboles, metaphors, metonymy and many others to bring about different feelings in written work (Elisabeth, 113). Songs and poems have a number of similarities thus songs can be used to express feelings in the same manner as poems. The poems and songs discussed in this paper have employed an excellent use of figurative languages.
Images can evoke strong human emotion, both positive and negative, and Marjane Satrapi does an amazing job of doing both in her graphic novel Persepolis. The use of images to symbolize important events in a story is a beneficial strategy that can be seen throughout the book. Topics that play huge roles in Persepolis are nationalism (one’s pride for their country), social classes (the separation of the rich and poor), and the loss of innocence (when a person loses their naive nature to the corruptness of the world). These ideas shape the story through persuading people’s actions. For example, nationalism gives people the courage to stand up for their country, as Marjane’s family did during the war.
Literary elements are what make a story powerful and attracts readers to continue reading in the story and in this story they highlight the universal theme of Revenge and Betrayal. This essay will explain those literary elements, how they allow
Cubism created a dialogue between artists and writers and led to many powerful collaborations such as poets and writers defending painting and other spatial art forms in their roles as art critics. For example such collaborating elevated art form when poets and artists such as Picasso and Max Jacob or Juan Gris and Apollinaire worked together to create something beautiful, and when poets and artists borrowed techniques from each other’s mediums to create more fluidity and uniqueness in their own pieces. Both writers and artists were able to gain new functions in their pieces through each other. Words now became commonplace in the visual artists’ domain and writers were also able to learn from artists and forged new types of literature. This new kind of literature shifted personal pronouns, destroyed syntax, fragmented space and attention to formal structure, and was often written from multiple perspectives, just as Cubist art was meant to do.
Where Pownall draws inspiration from the subject matter around her, Root’s motivation is almost entirely by abstraction. Root’s works are often based off of an underlying feeling and have the capacity to be very experimental as a result. We can see evidence of this in this quote “ The art I create is the result of experimentation and play”. I found Root’s drawings to be extremely valuable as his rough and thorough pen strokes evoque a strong amount of tone in his works. By observing his work and applying that technique to my own I have watched the quality of my drawings escalate dramatically.
Owen through his poetry was able to captivate his reader and create visual imagery to heighten the messages he wanted to convey, allowing us comprehend and understand the true horrors occurring on the front. Wilfred Owens ‘Anthem for Doomed youth’, and ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’, are both anti-war poems, conveying similar messages about how ridiculous and meaningless war is, only bringing suffering and anguish to those involved. With direct experiences in the war himself, and first-hand contact with the traumas and horrific violence, Owen felt a sense of duty to inform people of the bloodshed and terrible conditions hidden by propaganda and lies. This is why he states, “Above all, I am not concerned with poetry”, because he believes the truths of war are more important than art, whilst he still is using his poetry to express his feelings, it is not the art of poetry which is his concern but the effectiveness of