He refers the smell of the cellar as “a congress of stinks”, which directly makes the readers feel unpleasant to the situation of the cellar. “Congress” underlines that the cellar is chaotic and disorganized. Moreover, the poet brings the smells to the readers by specifically choosing words to intensify the meaning, such as “ripe”, “pulpy”, “rank” and “rich”. These adjectives make the readers feel more disgusted about the roots. Also, he compares the roots as “old bait”, which shows that the roots become fragmental in addition to their displeasing smell.
“The dark sky, filled with angry swirling clouds….” Is one way the author presents the setting in the story “Treasure Of Lemon Brown”. In The story “Treasure Of Lemon Brown” By Walter Dean Myers the author uses descriptive adjectives to develop the setting. There are many places in the story to show these techniques. The technique in this story by Walter Dean Myers is descriptive adjectives to describe the setting. The first piece of evidence is in the first sentence where it says “The dark sky, filled with angry swirling clouds, reflected Greg Ridley’s mood….” When the reader first read this he could tell the day was not going well for Greg, one it’s a dark cloudy day and if that’s how he feels then he isn’t feeling well.
Analysis of Figurative Language in Two Short Stories You tell your friend they’re like a giant, and that the clouds need to jump out of his way. You used figurative language to joke with your friend, which is also used by professional writers to develop specific elements in a story. In The “Treasure of Lemon Brown” by Walter Dean Myers, and in “Two Kinds” by Amy Tan, the authors use figurative language to help develop scene and character. In the story “The Treasure of Lemon Brown,” the author Walter Dean Myers uses figurative language to develop scene. The first example is, “The dark sky, filled with anger, swirling clouds…” This quote explains the stormy sky, possibly being used to develop an eerie setting.
In this quote, he realizes that what he does for a living is wrong and he should change his ways and do what a fireman is supposed to do. Montag contributes to the theme because he is the main character and he contributes to the theme by being the antagonist and being the main character. Montag and Clarisse both contribute to the theme because Clarisse alters Montag as the book goes on because she knows that he is not happy with his life and she wants him to realize the beauty around him and she wants him to enjoy life. In conclusion, Montag, and Clarisse have similarities even they are polar opposites because Clarisse is happy all the time and very questionable while Montag is gloomy and very
“It’s funny how one little thing can change your perspective on everything.” For young Gary Soto, that one thing was a guacamole-colored jacket. In the memoir, “The Jacket,” author Gary Soto conveys the message of his insecurity, his poverty, and his ultimate self destruction through the use of figurative language. Soto’s clever use of personification, metaphors, and similes clearly illustrates the message that the way you dress influences how you feel about yourself. To emphasize, Gary Soto uses descriptive language to reveal his secret insecurity about his jacket. The tone of his writing is slightly paranoid and he uses purely coincidental anecdotes to support his delusional ideas.
When reading his poems and just picking out the symbolism you really get a clear sense on how everything is working in the story. The endings of his works are always a surprise and can have very different meanings to different people depending on how they interpreted it. An example where Poe uses symbolism is in his short story The Masque of The Red Death the first symbol gather from this story is the character himself, Prince Prospero. From Poe saying Prince you
The story is rather scary a theme that the author considers as a great way of expressing both the social and personal anxieties over war, bullies, parents, children, drugs, and sex. On the other hand, “Good Man is Hard to Find” is a somewhat cynical tale that is uncompromising especially in the way that it ensures effective bringing out of the manipulative characteristics of humans alongside pettiness. Both stories tend to have main characters having similar characteristics, and their dominant theme is death. The paper thus intends on looking at how the theme of death is brought out in both stories using the main characters. Edgar’s story tends to feature some of the significant issues that include death, love and plain horror.
Well I have and let me explain how the quote from my first paragraph can support this. Well in the book “A Tale of Two Cities” there are a lot of examples of evil signs or “Good vs.Evil”, for example "Keep where you are because, if I should make a mistake, it could never be set right in your lifetime." Book I, Chapter 2, The Mail. This quote from the book basically shows what I mean by the word “evil’” because someone is warning somebody else in a harassing why, if they do or don’t this then the rest of there lives would be horrible or hard. Another example would be "I am a disappointed drudge, sir.
The footsteps that dickens mentions symbolize people coming into our lives but also leaving them. On the other hand, they foreshadow the approaching horror of the French Revolution. We are told of this when dickens writes “Lucie sat in the still house in the tranquilly resounding corner. listening to the echoing footsteps of the years”(p.216). He also foreshadows the characters getting caught up in the French Revolution by symbolizing a furious storm on the way.
Her purpose, however, is to correct the “fantasy of uninitiated”, and shows that even experienced writers like herself go through painstaking stages. Besides, if he were to support the freedom of wiring process, he has to accept Dila’s as one as well. He occasionally makes a partisan affirmation of her “shitty draft strategy”. To illustrate, he makes it an insinuation to building a house in his passage. He says “the builder would end up with a pretty shitty house; so shitty it would probably be easier to tear it down and start over…”.
Specify on page 25 Jason uses the word "Bunsen-burnered" and "ashamed" on page 25 and 26. Using these words in this context shows that Jason 's tone towards are “hangman is very bleak and gloomy” this also gives a sort of distressing feeling to the reader. Finally, through the story Jason used personification to
Getting down with lavish parties and tries to court Daisy, he ends up alone at the close of the novel without friends. Through the exhaustive use of a main literary device throughout the novel, Fitzgerald proves himself a “good writer” by creating a lasting impression on the audience and showing he can weave details to increase the reader’s understanding of the message he is trying to convey. Fitzgerald’s prominent rhetorical strategy is symbolism throughout The Great Gatsby, making him a good writer as symbolism gives depth and adds meaning to the novel. Nabokov tells us “… The writer is the first man to mop it and to form the natural objects it contain”, which implies that using rhetoric allows the novel to gain body and character. Starting in Chapter Two, the group arrives at the “Valley of Ashes” and passes a big billboard as they drive through to the City.
Jem is victimized to an extent by his discovery of the evil of racism during and after the trial. Jem’s faith in justice and in humanity is badly damaged, and he retreats into a state of disillusionment. Jem says “Scout, I think I 'm beginning to understand something. I think I 'm beginning to understand why Boo Radley 's stayed shut up in the house all this time... it 's because he wants to stay inside." (304), in this quote it shows Jem idea’s of the world innocent broken, hinting that the reason why Boo Radley doesn’t want to come outside because of the world injustice and unfair