Also, the light in the courtroom that makes him feel tired. The weather and the surroundings in the novel control Meursault’s emotions, making him angry, sleepy, tire, annoy, and happy. By the uses of setting and elements of setting, such as the sun and the heat, Camus illustrates that the surroundings is slowly taking over the inner feelings of individuals by influencing their actions and emotions. We are introduced to the novel by the death of Maman. Camus shows that the sun, as an element of setting can manage one’s behavior and actions.
One of the main colors used in the movie to represent the sun and hope for Earth to survive is yellow. The color yellow is usually associated with joy, happiness, intellect, and energy. When overused, like when Searle sat in the observation room and looked at the sun at 32% of its capacity and developed skin cancer, yellow creates a disturbing effect. Yellow usually symbolizes death and optimism which is vital in this period to sustain life on earth. The yellow in Sunshine also represents the complexity of the circumstances.
On page 191, Hosseini uses imagery to appeal to the reader’s senses and create a more realistic setting. Baba’s study is described, and it’s mentioned that Amir can smell the sweetbrier-scented breeze. This, along with description of the “twin columns of smoke” that are coming from Baba and Rahim Khan, creates a calm and pleasant setting for the audience to imagine. Further down on the page, a different setting is introduced. Golden Gate Park is described with imagery that appeals to the reader’s visual senses, such as the sun sparkling on the water or the miniature boats on the lake.
In the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” Harper Lee demonstrates three points. These points include the attitude and tone of the characters. The way the characters feel throughout the novel. This is important because it can have a great impact on the rest of the story. Lastly how the reader feels throughout the novel/what effect it gives the reader throughout the novel.
In addition to that I would be showing how Steinbeck creates tension by using Curleys Wife. Curley 's Wife is first shown as a dangerous desperate villain in the novella by Steinbeck. You can see this from the repetition of the word red. For example he says 'red mules ' , 'bouquets of red ostrich feathers ' , ' Her fingernails were red. ' This summarizes that Curley 's Wife is trying to look her best in front of the bunkmates to flirt with them by showing off her beauty.
But how? People living in the Sahara Desert adapt to living in these harsh conditions in many different ways. The environment of the Sahara Desert is very rough and harsh to live in. One reason why living conditions are so harsh is that of the climate. The climate in the Sahara is very hot, which makes it a very hard environment to live in.
Here brooks has taken the conventional Scarlet woman, a figure usually associated with the corrupt, sinful city and transformed her into a positive, vital force. Brook has changed even the stereotyped and conventional aspects to the positive note. The woman in the poem did not have her own identity and was discriminated because of her color. Dreams and aspiration of the black: In Kitchenette Building Brooks expressed the social
He was famously known for being an artist in a branch of the Flemish Baroque tradition. His creation emphasized Dido’s ferocious passion through the curvaceous twist of her body, and the decision to have her fully nude for the portrait created a particular appeal. He stages her she looking towards the sky, correlating to in the Aeneid it comments, “With wandering eyes she sought the light in heaven’s dome and moaned when she found it” (pg. 100, 806-807). Rubens accentuated the scene’s gloom through use of somber colors.
The difference between my work and Antin’s is that I wished to conduct my work using colors that are vibrant and use a handmade envelope to draw my image of my memory. Memory is a beautiful way to stay connected with your emotions as memory contains all sorts of emotions depending on what happened. The past is what helps create a person’s way of thinking and connect them to their emotions. This memory is truly a great piece of me, as Antin used the 100 boots to explain the story on the postcards; I used the envelope to convey my memory with a vibrant picture and a bright