Scott Fitzgerald is written in first person perspective with Nick Carraway as the narrator because it enables the reader to gain a firm understanding of Nick Carraway’s character as well the events of the narrative. Nick Carraway’s statements alluding to his integrity as a narrator as well as his feelings for Jay Gatsby reveal a lot about his character despite him trying to remain independent of the story and withholding judgement. It’s the minor details that reveals what judgements he has which enables the reader to derive his character. In comparison, Schoemperlen’s uses of second person narration has a much different effect where the narrator’s character is revealed by distancing herself from the narrative and projecting it upon the narratee. Both styles are effective due to the type of narrative they’re telling and what they’re trying to convey to the reader.
He doesn’t say or clarifies his sentence leaving little clues for his readers to figure out the rest. Which makes his writing so interesting because there’s a lot of interpretation of his writings after reading his stories. Kate Chopin on the other handwriting is more open, very clear and understandable. Her choice of words is precisely making her sentence clear and exact. Both stories share a common theme such as freedom, death and the style of writing.
There were also distinct themes of disloyalty, mainly between characters. This creates a connection with the reader, making the characters more relatable. The novella is overall strong and powerful in making sure the reader is not oblivious to loyalty to characters, themes and setting. At the beginning of the chapter one and the start of the final chapter, Steinbeck uses stunning natural imagery to set the scene. However, there are several clear similarities and differences between the two chapters.
Discuss the tone of the piece and explain how it is established. When literature is read it is easy to believe that the way it makes you feel is open to interpretation but it really is not. Tone is very important and used to make the reader understand the piece of literature in the way the writer intended. Tone is achieved by the pool of devices writers use to manipulate the reader 's thoughts, and in the case of the poem The Ballad Of The Landlord, by Langston Hughes it makes no exception. The use of repetition, syntax and imagery are used to establish the purposeful tone of frustration and anger.
Besides, the epistolary style of the novel helps the reader to comprehend the main characters fluid subjectivity. Different impressions prevent us from being confined to a single point
Symbolism is arguably a very important term when comes to writing, it plays a vital role in getting the reader involved and finding the key meaning of the text involved. It’s not easy to find an overall meaning when there isn’t any other outstanding force influencing the meaning behind the intended novel or whatever it may be. In other words; writers and books enjoy playing mind games with those who are reading. Sure, there are symbols that contradict one another or maybe perhaps that’s simply the point that’s being conveyed, an example that the two symbols add up to mean not everything is at it seems. Of course, those symbols that we find may result in something we’ve been looking for, such as the piece that could potentially lead to an important life experience.
One of the key components of any literary work is the depiction of central characters and their various traits. The personality of the key characters can be revealed to readers through various ways including the characters’ own thoughts and opinions, their actions which help in shaping their personalities, and also the attitudes other characters have towards them. All of these attributes help in shaping up the believability and appeal of these central characters towards the readers. However, writers sometimes tend to overestimate the perfection of their central characters and in the process distort the illusion and allure of reality for readers regarding these characters. Sir Gawain and the Green knight is a famous medieval England poem written during the late 14th century.
Regardless of whether characters in the books we read reflect others or ourselves, what is most critical is interfacing with them in ways that allow us to comprehend our identity today. Here and there finding out about our history through the eyes of various characters can be agitating or even agonizing, yet it additionally can be an enlivening to the obscure. Diversity in literature is also important because it has some influence on how different people are seen or not by some other cultures according to literature. When analyzing literary works, we must first see the structure of the work such as plot, which is the way that the author arranges the ideas or incidents that have place in the story. We also must take a close look to the character which is essential to the plot, without characters the writing would not have a true sense.
For example, if the novel was narrated through a third person point of view, it would be much more difficult to understand Christopher entirely. The narrator would not really be able to see what Christopher sees and feel what he feels. This would lead to the narrator to interpret Christopher’s thoughts in a disoriented manner which will cause the reader to have hard time trying to understand the rest of the novel. Given these points, Christopher’s first person narration of the novel benefits the comprehension of the novel much more than any other narrator would
The novel is refreshing and encouraging. It may be a bit of a problem for some readers especially young readers when they encounter some unfamiliar place or setting of the story, readers hard to imagine because those places is not familiar of them. Some words are hard to understand because the meanings are having a deep definition. But all in all Rose Sees Red is a great novel that produced by Cecil Castellucci.