Usually, in a novel, there are different kinds of characters with different kinds of roles. In the case of In Cold Blood, Capote needed different characters to make the story more dramatic than it actually is. In the book, Perry Smith seems to be the main character. He is the most detailed and talked about person throughout the entire book. Capote can empathize with Perry’s experience; therefore, he writes more about Perry because he knows how to elicit emotions from the readers with his own experience.
Subsequently, the reader can make different predictions on what will occur throughout Don’t Get Caught, and the ability to predict and analyze uniquely is one of the principal ideals of Postmodernist literature. Ultimately, the central purpose of an author’s novel is to engross the reader, by writing in a genre and movement that is appropriate the book. Appropriately, Kurt Dinan engages the reader with both a Mystery genre and Postmodernist elements in his novel, Don’t Get Caught. Postmodernists believe that traditional authority is false and corrupt, and the central theme of Don’t Get Caught is that the powerful students play pranks and humiliate the less influential students. There exists a social elite club known as the Chaos Club that plays pranks on the school and faculty, and nobody can figure out the leader of the club is or who the members’ are.
As for me, I both agree and disagree with the statement. First of all, I agree because in the process of adaptation, the director has to do a lot of thinking to create a movie from a text. There are many lots of element that would fit greatly in text but not in movie, such as background story, characters’ thinking and character’s background. Therefore, the film director needs to create something to explain to the audience about it by using flashbacks or dialogues. When the director thinks about adding it to explain to audience, they also need to consider whether it will affect the whole story or whether it fits with the plot.
Lastly how the reader feels throughout the novel/what effect it gives the reader throughout the novel. This is also important because it makes us want to read me and allows to feel the emotions through another person’s eyes. (Scouts eyes) In the novel, Harper Lee shows the injustice that happens to Tom Robinson to be so powerful through the attitude and tones of her characters. Their many tones and attitudes but there is one tone and one attitude that ties this story up into a little red bow. The attitude is hope.
The two tend to alternate reality in a way that creates a fantasy, or nightmare for us living in the novels of each genre. To begin, Horror fiction can keep the reader on the edge of their seat, contemplating what is going to happen next. Through the eyes of the reader, suspense can often lead them to indulging themselves into the novel itself. Furthermore, a horror story is not complete without an individual losing their life, specifically in a graphic way. The graphic portion in horror novels is the most essential part of the story.
He expects the text to learn some basic facts about the people of that story, such as the location of which they come or where to go. Also unknown names and master storyteller, and Jacques surname, which contributes to the mystery and suspense of the text. 'Normarivna narrative expectations constantly disappointing systematic denial of the simplest basic facts such as the master's name and destination and purpose of travel' (Furst: 1984, p. 160). Narrative situation of the novel surrounds the uncertainty created by the lack of information, namely their denial, and it encourages the actual readers to wonder who is the narrator, and to whom he speaks. The dialectic between the fictional narrator and fictional readers is what makes the fundamental dynamics of the text.
One of the most important elements of a story, whether it’s a Shakespeare play, a science- fiction or a Harlem renaissance story, is the use of characters. Authors use their characters to help assist them in getting their message across the reader. In her short story “Spunk” Zora Neale Hurston uses her characters to help develop the plot line while also showing how dramatic a character can change. With the help of the community members, Joe finally stands up to Spunk, (the towns strong man.) Through this ordeal, Spunk is forever changed for this is the moment that caused him to open up something that fear would take control over.
Imagery in Horror Many authors utilize an array of literary devices and techniques with the intention of adding depth to their narrative. If done correctly, the literary technique could enhance the reader’s connection to what is happening in the story. I think horror is a genre of literature that could benefit the most from literary techniques. Depending on which technique is used, it could place the reader directly into the creepy setting in which the story takes place: thus instilling a sense of actual fear in the reader which will ultimately connect them to the story. This could be the equivalent of a horror film using a “jump scare” to directly place the viewer into the action.
This fight of rationalism, mental challenge, clash with reality and suspense will be what gathers and adapts detective fiction. So it is not right to consider them opposed but rather the latter as the heir of the former. One of the essences, therefore, of both literary productions is nothing but the game that, beyond the transgression, the author establishes with the main character in the first instance and with the reader in fact, by means of destabilizing the daily reality of both of them. Consequently, the destabilizing elements become an integral part serving the literary architecture. At that moment, as readers and updaters of the written text, we have fallen into the trap which the author has designed and prepared for us.
This is relevant in the sense that you have to know what is happening in the screenplay before writing the script otherwise the story will lack the proper structuring. Writing a screen play is different from writing a book. For