Through the use of diction and irony the author successfully reveals the artist’s attitude towards nature and his task. Hughes use of diction helps emphasize the artists contrasting thoughts on nature. The author chose words with opposing connotations in order to show “the two minds of this lady”. The author chose words with negative connotations to represent the violent and scary side
One such person, author Alex Shoumatoff, holds readers accountable for their actions. Educating them about the damaging effects of ecological ignorance and challenging them to make the necessary changes required to better the overall condition of the planet. Shoumatoff effectively appeals to the emotions of the reader, as well as to logic in his support of factual evidence, all while intelligently structuring and organizing his argument in a way that allows his points to be made as concisely as possible. Throughout his piece Shoumatoff exercised his appeals to pathos. He creates a sympathetic and thought provoking
We as viewers and readers build a liking to the machines because of the ways that they are portrayed and the negative things that the humans do. The humans using machines always results in something bad happening to the machine for example we see Chappie getting into dangerous situations and killing people and with EPICAC he ultimately kills himself. In both texts, the respective author or producers added these messages to prepare us for the future of conscious machines telling us that when they inevitably come, we need to respect them and treat them as humans and forget about the prejudice from the past or things much worse than in the story could
In both books, the graphics not only exist to give an illustration, but they are there to so the reader can fully experience the action each author is trying to share. Moreover, there is action in the text Persepolis, but the black and white images don’t excite the reader like the actions scenes in either V for vendetta or The Surrogates do. Another comparison i would like to point out is the use of real pictures like the ones in Maus. In Maus, Art Spiegelman inserts real life pictures to humanize his already dehumanized text. For example on page 102, the insertion of the other comic book around his mothers suicide, looks like it could be from another text all together.
Humanity is respecting a person’s right to live and sharing empathy between one another. It also includes preserving as well as appreciating the gift of nature. Hence, the poem “What Were They Like?” composed by Denise Levertov suggests that humanity is necessary and are important in times of war. This is because the main focus of the poem was to persuade the readers that war is destructive, especially when lives were simply destroyed for political gains during the time. This essay will highlight how the poet used various metaphors and other literary devices to convey her anti-war message effectively.
I believe the abstract nature of Cubism is well suited to depict his grief because the emotions can be exaggerated and distorted. For example, the woman to the far right wailing over the body is very dramatic. Picasso can push emotion further by making his figures nonrepresentational. I also believe it 's anti-war message makes it a piece of Dada art as well. As poet Tristan Tzara (1918), wrote: "The beginnings of Dada were not the beginnings of art, but of disgust."
White Angel Bread Line shows many formal elements that help Lange’s theme of hopelessness. Throughout the image Lange uses these elements to send a message to the people seeing the image. These elements also contribute to the style which is realistic. This image is showing what is actually happening during this time period and causes the mood of the image to be sad and dark. White Angel
For instance, words, for example, "chains", "death", and "cruel" build up a sharp and now and again grave tone that helps the gathering of people relate to her bring about. In any case, not the majority of Stewart's word usage is proposed to utilize emotion or ethos in her contention however she likewise utilizes solid case to make a sensible offer. Stewart calls for "equal rights and privileges" and also records the momentum "servile labors" for example, "house domestics… or tending upon gentleman's tables." Phrases, for example, "the lash of the cruel driver" has a practically grotesque component to her address which stuns her gathering of people and passes on the savage substances of subjection. The most obvious and successful procedure that Stewart uses is her perspective and presentation to the group of onlookers.
Wells referred the consequences of our actions as “bashing the ozone layer” to emphasize how impactful and critical our actions are endangering the Earth. We should look at limpets not only as a cephalopod, but also in the ways we are indirectly affecting them. In conclusion, “Civilization and the Limpet” by Martin Wells reminded us all about how our joints is the backbone to our way of process informations that hold up a civilization. At the same time, we have to also respect and recognize the cephalopods that do not have joints and still successfully living their lives. Wells presented a handful of informations, which I learned more than just limpets from this informative yet organized essay.
Therefore, reality is demonstrated here because of the reference to a factual disease and how it affects people detrimentally. These events significantly contribute to the naturalistic features of Weetzie Bat, because their negative results are harmful to the characters and prove how life is not always
AP8 Joan Didion and Linda Thomas respectively develop pieces with similar diction and other various devices to convey their Opposing views of the Santa Ana winds to their audience. Didion portrays the winds as a fearful occurrence while Thomas wishes to show her audience that these winds are something natural and somewhat beautiful. Concrete language is extensively used throughout both pieces, describing the environment as "...ominously glossy..." (The Santa Ana Winds) and "...fire blackened land..." (Brush Fire). Through the descriptions the audience is able to understand the Santa Ana winds as the authors portrayed them. Joan Didion 's portrayal of the Santa Ana winds produces an eerie mood for the audience by
Question#1 Some people might think that abandoned, “ghetto” sites have become useless, uninspiring, invaluable and should be demolished to create a building in which people could inhabit or use with a purpose. Although, that is not always the situation, some places could be transformed into a building that is advantageous to all. To support this, it clearly states in Source#2 that “Through government partnerships, public art can also transform dull or run-down public spaces and inspire the people who live and work there. We believe that art is educational and belongs to all people. We endeavor to produce creative projects that engage citizens, beautify public spaces, and challenge expectations.”(Createforall.com) This source identifies how
Theses quotes reveal that God power is fear so that it can shut the sinners down and destroy sinners who made him angry. In essence, Edwards had a powerful impact on his puritan audience of his puritan audience by his use of a cautionary tone, a clear imagery and complex figurative language. Edwards wanted to impact his audience by appealing to their fears, pity and vanity. Edward describes the tone, imagery, and figurative language in the passage to use an awesome metaphor to get his point across the audience. Edward view was also to get sinners to hell, who does not