Being driven to take on his horrible actions the reader can see that General Zaroff loves the rush of how he does things. The look of General Zaroff may have a tendency to appear to a person as bizarre. General Zaroff’s appearances draw mostly to his bloody looking lips that help hide his piercing teeth in his mouth. Seeing the traits of General Zaroff appear to be quite ironic to the reader being that he is trying to resemble a killing beast. With the story continuing, the reader can assure that the traits of General Zaroff are correct for his purposes of sick pleasure.
It was more for entertainment purposes only. Character Dr. Cooper is who i chose. He is brave and courageous. Rushing into that tomb with guns a blazing takes some serious guts to accomplish. I also like his adventurous side, Like adventuring further into the tomb just to learn more even more, though he knew how dangerous it was Evaluation I was pretty disappointed by this book.
Asma shows that his article was written for an educated or specialized audience by his continual use of complex vocabulary, as well as the place of which the article was first published. Asma did an excellent job convincing his audience using emotion, logic, and ethics. Besides his use of logic, there is a large amount of pathos in his writing, which makes the reader perceive that he is writing to a skeptical audience. For example, describing how in modern films, such as Frankenstein, “we dramatize the rage of the monstrous creature…then scold ourselves…[for being an] intolerant society”(61). “The liberal lesson of monsters
The most potent emotional argument that Crumb creates is in the last image of his comic strip. This image not only embodies the damage our pollution has caused but also the complete urbanization of the piece of world that used to be abundant with life other than humans. This image is also captioned with a singular question, “what next?”. In this manner, this image reeks with the stench of improvement and contains an emotional argument against the calamity of modern innovation: It is inherently emotional because it takes the pride and joy of humanity and debunks it for what it truly has become: a conquest of woe. On the whole, “A Short History of America” uses emotional appeals to further the argument of destructive progress and it is accomplished through the visuals and audio in the short video.
Books are great, but what makes a book good? One of the factors is the technique the author uses and how they use it. Lots of stories use descriptive writing to develop the setting like in the stories “The Monkey’s Paw”, and “Treasure of Lemon Brown”. In the short story “The Monkey’s Paw” the author uses descriptive adjectives to further the setting of the story and create mood. One way the author foreshadows, and sets the mood at the same time is when he wrote: “Of all the beastly, slushy, out-of-the-way places to live in, this is the worst.” This shows that the characters are dissatisfied with their home, which may hint to future actions to create a better environment.
There’s a number of scents present in just the few chapters we have read, including lilac, Zameen’s perfume, and rotting flesh. Lee brought to attention that smell is the most evocative of senses, so it would make sense in a novel riddled with haunting memories that smell would so often be present. Then, Jeremy brought up that maybe smell presents itself as the most important sense because the characters have all been numbed by the physical spectacle of violence, which we all agreed seemed a great explanation for its
When first searching for a word to describe these catchy musical phrases, Sacks described them as being like an earwig, which is where ear worm came from. Through his use of vivid imagery throughout Musicophilia, Oliver Sacks is able to effectively create strong images in the reader’s mind and convey his overall point to the
The juxtaptions of a slow tracking shot to the montage editing of the altercation is a superb way to add tension to the scene. Additionally, the Coen brothers move the perspective of the camera around a lot and cut between them. They have some of the best shot reverse shot sequences in any films. They don’t bind themselves to just that and move the camera around a lot like the long tracking shots of Ray burying Marty alive. Finally, they are able to add a lot of dramatic irony to scenes by giving the audience more information than the characters have to build tension while keeping the scene easy to follow.
This technique is used all throughout “Jabberwocky.” Carroll explains that morphing two words together has a stronger effect on the reader, compared to one simple hyphenated word (“Jabberwocky” 93). The initial example seen in “Jabberwocky” is in the first stanza, as “slithy,” which is a combination of the two words, lithe and slimy (“Jabberwocky” 92). In stanza two, the portmanteau, frumious is used, with the combination of fuming and furious (“Jabberwocky” 93). As the young boy departs for battle, the portmanteau, vorpal is used
TASK 1: FILM STUDY ESSAY Lord of the Rings (2001-2003) and the later released The Hobbit (2012-2014) are fantastic fantasy adventure films directed by Peter Jackson. It is obvious that the underlying theme is the continual struggle between good and evil, but the techniques that Peter Jackson uses make it easy to identify between the contrast of good and evil. In this essay I will be talking about the techniques that are used to make the difference clear between the good and evil forces. For reference to identify between the good and evil, I will be using the Dwarves and Orc’s. The Orc’s are portrayed evil by the way the camera shots are taken.