The study is based on the assumption that literary style is paramount to literary communication and the meaning we derive out of a work of literature. Literary meaning cannot therefore be divorced from literary style. The purpose of the study is to examine how the style of masking communicates meaning in V.S. Naipaul’s collection of sketches, Miguel Street. The technique of masking is analyzed to show its aesthetic function in the text.
Literature is incredibly diverse form of art, as it can be expressed in many different ways such as: genre, idea, execution and style of writing. Writing style is an essential part when it comes to the literature as it allows the writers to portray their unique identity through literature. The short explanation of the importance of writing style by Allen Wolfe states that "author’s style is his distinct literary manner that makes his expression of content unique from other authors. Style gives form to substance. An author’s style determines the techniques that he will employ to compose his content."
In addition, Bierce carefully describes the protagonist to make a connections to the readers. This connection allows the author to include stabbing imagery that has a hard impact on his audience. Ambrose Bierce produced a story full of imagery that evokes senses, includes significant meaning, and creates a heartfelt
Through the use of these literary devices the theme is set, and the emotion and mystery is felt. Subsequently, the connection of these techniques leads to the deeper meaning of the poem. Understanding the setting of any form of literature is essential to comprehending the author’s theme. At first glance,
The literary law is the paragon of a common language use that brings out the powerful and elevated expressions and values in a specific culture. While everyday language is literal, unbiased and Referential, literature is figurative, distorted and subjective. Literature needs and expert to be understood correctly. Therefore, Students regard literary text and secret art because of it is the gift of writing literature is shared by talented writers and it is correctly interpreted by literary experts but most importantly the presence of linguistic creativity. Literature doesn't merely offers a message, but also an experience that assimilates the text's effect upon both the writer and the reader.
Literature represents the culture and tradition of a language or a people. For many, the word literature suggests a higher art form. In academia, this decoding of the text is often carried out through the use of literary theory using by a mythological, sociological, historical, psychological, or other approaches to better understand the context and depth of a work. Whatever critical models use to discuss and analyze it, literature is important because it speaks to people, it is universal, and it affects on a deeply personal level. There are lot of discovering sense in literature by looking at what the author writes or says, and how he or she says it.
This writing is also called argumentative, as it backings and argues for a positive viewpoint or position. The issue at hand normally has two or more sides to it. The writer seeks to influence and convince the person who reads to agree the situation he or she has set forward. Persuasive writing emphasizes on the reader. The writer tries to change the reader’s thinking and bring it closer to his or her own way of thinking.
We should also consider the writer of the work we are peer reviewing, the circumstances of the work we are reviewing, and our own relationship to the writer (164). It is important to tailor our comments to best suit the writer of the work so that the writer can both relate to and understand the things we put in our comments on their work, because that is what it is in the end, their
Introduction: Repetition is a common rhetorical phenomenon in the ancient and modern literary works, and is also one of the key words in current literary theory and literary criticism. Combining with the related theories of functional linguistics, narratology and stylistics, this paper classifies the repetition of Catch 22 in order to reveal its important role in explaining the theme, enhancing the aesthetic effect and revealing the stylistic meaning. It is the author who creatively uses various repetitive techniques to make the novel plot consistent, prominent in character and profound in theme, thus laying the immortal position of the novel in American literature. 1. Dominant Repetition Dominant repetition basically includes lexical repetition and structural repetition, as Halliday said.
A novel is a fictional literary narrative that describes human experiences based on innovation, length, content and character and plot development. To be considered a novel there has to be a literary change or “cutting-edge” material, a new way of viewing society and the world. It also has to be a desirable length, with enough content that conveys realism to its readers in a way that the characters interact with their surroundings, one another and themselves, but it also has to allow room for character and plot development. (Wimmer, Joshua. Novels: Definition, Characteristics & Examples.