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18 October 2011
Reader Response Criticism of James Joyce’s “Araby”
Though there are many different theories to interpret the short story “Araby” I have chosen a reader response theory known as transactional reader response. In doing so I hope to show the connection between text and reader and how our emotions and state of mind directly reflect on how we interpret works of literature. In transactional reader response theory, presented by both Louise Rosenblatt and Wolfgang Iser, I will be using the text of “Araby” as my blueprint to guide me to my conclusions and how I interpret the text. According to Iser the text provides readers with two kinds of meanings
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A reformation reader is a book edited by Denis Janz in which he brings lesser known documents and figures to luminosity. Janz makes the context reformation clearer by including the pre-Reformation Catholic sentiments authors and discussing about the Counter Reformation and the Catholic Council of Trent. He brings up different scholarly arguments on how to interpret the Reformation. Janz tries us much as he can to stay neutral and give explanations on what the questions are. He therefore, provides documents that hold the ability to place challenges on both viewpoints and supports a study of the texts themselves. In his book, Janz includes opinions explaining the significance
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What Did You Do With Your Idle Time
ENG 125 Introduction to Literature
Prof. Benjamin Mirov
November 5, 2012
Billy Collin’s poem, “You, Reader,” is a humor-filled narrative that catches the reader’s attention and illustrates how two strangers are interlaced with one another all while showing how idle time can be used productively. While reading the poem, it can also be noted that time and what you choose to do with it is a constant theme. The persona in this poem, who happens to be the speaker, expresses how he is linked to the reader. The main link between the
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Composition and literature II
Reader response – The yellow wallpaper
The story “ the yellow wallpaper” written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman depicts the story of an insane woman and how psychiatric treatment of the late nineteenth century affected her and her family . a brief description about her husband would be that he was a physician who was a very caring and loving man . and despite his wife’s mental illness he , not even once expressed a sign of coldness toward her . John , his wife and her sister moved temporarily into another house where John thought his wife would get the ample amount of rest and air she needed . evidence
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E-Book Reader Market :
Segmentation, Industry trends and
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How is Prior developed for the reader?
There was a distinct difference in attitudes to class during World War One, and this is seen in Pat Barkers’ presentation of Billy Prior. Upper, working and lower classes viewed each social class with contempt, which lead to tension at the home front, and Barker presents Prior to show these tensions. Prior reflects the middle class views of this time period, as well as portraying the different relationships between different social classes.
We first meet Prior in chapter 5 when Rivers is introduced to the new patient in the hospital who has a rude attitude and refuses to speak for his speech ‘comes and goes’, “it was unlike Sister Rogers to take a
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Illiteracy Affects on Ones Thought Processes
Themes of betrayal, guilt and love are intertwined in Bernhard Schlink’s, The Reader, however, looking at a more in depth analysis of the text, one could argue if Hanna is able to think clearly and effectively given her circumstances. Hanna Schmitz, a forty-year-old conductor from Germany, begins a romantic relationship with fifteen-year-old Michael, and during their relationship he constantly read to her. All of her life Hanna struggled with the fact that she could not read and write, and even when she had an alibi during a trial, she would not admit to the court that she was illiterate. Literacy often is discussed in contrast to opposite
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E-Book Reader Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast 2016 - 2022
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E-book reader or electronic book reader is a handheld computer device carried by user that
enable user to read digital books or periodicals better call e-books, the advantages of using ebook readers instead of smart phones or tablets are they are more efficient having
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'The Great Gatsby' by F. Scott Fitzgerald opens effectively and prepares the reader for the rest of the novel. Fitzgerald does this by using techniques such as symbolism and setting.The symbolism in the first few chapters of the novel is very important as it prepares the reader for the rest of the novel. A good example of this is in the first chapter when Daisy, Tom and Nick go into Daisy's garden. " 'Why candles?' objected Daisy. She snapped them out with her fingers." This is important as light represents Gatsby's hope, which Daisy is snapping out. This also shows how Gatsby is associated with light and Daisy is associated with the absence of light, which is important in the rest of the
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The Picture of Dorian Gray and the Seduction of the Reader
"To reveal art and conceal the artist is art's aim," writes Oscar Wilde in the famous preface of his classic novel The Picture of Dorian Gray. One might find it a bit ironic the fact that posterity always has looked upon this book as being more or less an autobiography.
Wilde was surrounded by scandals until his death, stirring the strict, Victorian society he lived in with his homosexual bent and libertine views on life. The Picture of Dorian Gray was therefore also regarded by many people as "highly immoral" and has probably earned the title "classic" years after the author's death.
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Examine how Arthur Conan Doyle builds tension and sustains mystery for the reader in the speckled Band
The story ‘The Speckled Band’ written by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1892 is a mystery story. A young woman named Helen Stoner consults the detective Sherlock Holmes about the suspicious death of her sister, Julia. One night, after conversing with her twin sister about her big day, Julia screamed and came to the hallway where Helen came out to see her, in Julia's dying words she said "it was the band, the speckled band!" Julia had been engaged to be married and, had she lived, would have received an annual of two hundred and fifty pounds from her late mother's income. Now Helen is engaged to
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‘Show how Steinbeck introduces the reader to the realities of life for different, but ordinary people in the 1930s California, USA.’
Each character in ‘Of Mice and Men’ was different, in terms of class and race, but was also an ordinary being. In effect, each person’s life was ultimately entangled with another’s, and the reality of life for them was one of the most significant events in the novel; explored in great detail by the author, John Steinbeck.
1930s, USA can be regarded as one of the most destructive events in history that shook the world to its core. To this day, we are still living the drastic effects of a chaotic meltdown that drove numerous, innocent lives to their
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Final Project : FRANKENSTEIN
Question 4: Put forth a theory on what it means to be human and, as a good reader, explain how we might read Frankenstein as an example of this theory.
You may use any philosophical stance : To err is to be human, to forgive divine. All knowledge is sorrow
The strutcure of the mind in Freudian terms
The biblical story of Adam and Eve
Be able to ground you theory in a system of thought, or a story, or a metaphor, that may not be stated directly in the novel.
The well-known definition we all know of ourselves is: A human being is any living or extinct member of the family
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Lord of the Flies: Write an essay exploring four of the main symbols and their relevance, explain which one(s) you see as most useful to the reader and why?
William Golding lived from 1911- 1993, and was seen as one of the most inspiring and influential English novelists of the twentieth century. In many of his exceptional works, he has taken a group of isolated individuals and put them through extreme conditions and circumstances. One of his most famous novels, Lord of the Flies (published in 1954 and was awarded the â€˜Nobel Prize for Literatureâ€™), is similar to this, where a group of young boys find themselves stranded on a deserted Island. Violence and chaos erupt when they lose
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Nancy and Sam were not able to sleep. They were worried about the simple and insignificant things of life. Nancy was thinking about the sounds of the night, her husbands breathing, and his body position while sleeping, this was a worry for Nancy. On one side of the fence was Sam. Sam was not able to sleep either; Sam was worried about the earthworms in his garden. Eating his plants.When Sam says, "Want to see something," and Nancy responds, "I'll come around" (33), I was expecting to read something different from what I read. In addition, I suspect that here, the reader is expecting to hear something serious from Sam. However, what Sam was pointing to were small, little worms. While reading
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Adam Sanderman Writing About Point Of View The point of view that is used in Franz Kafka's short story "The Metamorphosis" is that of a Third Person narrator. The narrator of the story is not a character who appears in the story, but is a witness to all of the events. The type of narration in "The Metamorphosis" changes once in the story. At the beginning of the story, the narrator is a subjective, limited omniscient narrator. The narrator is able to display to the reader all of the thoughts and feelings of the protagonist Gregor Samsa. The narrator is not able to depict to the reader the feelings of the other members of the Samsa family to the reader. The reader of "The Metamorphosis
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In Nathaniel Hawthorne's story, "My Kinsman, Major Molineux" his writing style revels his feelings toward Major Molineux. There are several ways to determine how Hawthorne felt about Major Molineux. His diction, tone, and selection can help evaluate the author's attitude towards Robin's kinsman.Hawthorne chooses certain words and uses them in, either a positive or negative connotation to express to the reader his feelings for a character. One example, "...and there, in tar-and-feathery dignity, sat his kinsman, Major Molineux!" Hawthorne is telling the reader that although the Major has been humiliated, he still retains some dignity within himself. The phrase tar-and-feathery dignity is an
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People can communicate with body language while they speak to convey what they really mean but in books there is no physical body language to interpret. That is why it is essential for an author to choose every word carefully, so the reader can see the body language through his words. Nathaniel Hawthorne does this in The Scarlet Letter through his diction, images, details, language, and sentence structure.The diction used in the selection of The Scarlet Letter changes for each character to evoke different emotions from the reader. Hawthorne uses positive diction whenever he describes Pearl and her actions. When Hawthorne describes Pearl as, "wild", "spontaneously", and "airily
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Explication of “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”
In “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”, Ursula K. Le Guin describes a glorious and glittering city free from fetters and chains, pristinely perfect and decorated with streamers, engulfed in sweet smelling air and enraptured by magical music. This city seems too good to be true, and in just a few simple sentences Le Guin validates the readers’ unrest with profound paradoxical storytelling, enchanting imagery and shape of story, and a semi-closure that leaves the reader longing for justice.
Le Guin opens the story by describing a shiny utopia, where one must assume there is little to be desired from the city’s inhabitants. In fact, the
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Modern vs Contemporary perspective on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
At first glance, none of the characters in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” seem to react out of the ordinary. Although the setting does seem a lot more favorable for men, a modern reader gets used to it quite quickly, since this is often the case in literature. However, when thinking and reading like a contemporary reader, the play appears in a whole new light. There are women in the play, which take the situation in their own hands and are making their own choices. A contemporary reader would have seen this agency that the women do possess much differently than we do today.
Hermia is the prime example for a
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Instead of using actual data, numerical values will be assigned to each response in order to group responses from the Penton surveys and questionnaires into various categories. The sample code sheet would include the question, variable number, code description and variable name (p.406). For example:
Question Variable Number Code Description Variable Name
1 Record number RECNUM
2 Respondent number RESNUM
1 3 2= Yes Reader card used
2 4 1 = Telephone Preferred inquiry method
3= Website inquiry form
5= Reader service card
The code sheet will be set up to compare responses options and the frequency of responses.
7. Assume you
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In classical literature, there are numerous techniques one may use in order to establish a novel that will be read for many generations. The plot itself should, of course, contain some kind of moral or situation that can be recognized and appreciated worldwide and for all time. Along with this moral, however, the novel itself must be presented in such a way that the reader can connect through reading. The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne encompasses these elements that gives the reader an appreciation for both the implied message, and the art of how he or she masters writing the novel. With Hawthorne's imaginative personal technique, he uses a sensory experiencing diction, imagery
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writing what they have learned [ (O'Neal, 2010) ]. In other words reader/writers learn best in the written language. Reader/writer learners like when the teacher or instructor use the dry erase or black board because they can understand what the instructor is teaching them and this form helps them become better studiers and students in class and out of class. Flash cards are another good way for a reader/writer learner to recall what they have learned because they can write the information on the cards and then read them and recite them for their studies. Reader/writers love to collect book and have a huge library for enrichment (O’Neal, 2010).
Reader/Writers are good with grocery list and
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24 September 2013
Imagery is the Key
Throughout the short story “The Blue Bouquet” by Octavio Paz, there are several different types of imagery. The descriptive detail in the story adds a design of what the scene of the village looked like in Paz’s eyes. Without descriptive detail and imagery, the short story would be hard to understand and follow. With the use of visual imagery, auditory imagery, and kinesthetic imagery, showing more detail and visual imagination, throughout the story, helps the reader see and feel exactly what Paz is feeling throughout the story.
Visual imagery is one of the factors Paz uses in his short story to
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Ernest Hemingway uses symbolism to help the reader gain a better perspective of how the protagonist feels in his story. Symbolism occurs when the author uses one thing to represent another. This helps to give the reader a better idea of the situation or feeling in a given scene. There’s several types of symbolism utilized by authors. One type is conventional symbolism. Conventional symbolism is common to the area where the story takes place. While another type is personal which simply is closely tied to the individual. Still a third type of symbolism is universal, which holds a widely understood meaning. As we read "Hills Like White Elephants" we notice how Hemingway integrates both
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You connect well with your reader and they have a great description of what youâ€™re doing and you get the logic behind your story, also your story would appeal to substantial amount of people because your reading audience would be from anyone who has a child which could be grandparents, single parents , young teenage parents etc.
OpeningÂ paragraph: it needs to me much smaller, there is only one full stop in the opening paragraph and thatâ€™s at the end .Try to put a full stop before you reach more than 16-18 wordsÂ
if possible, try cut down your intro for example you say "the biggest challenge for me is trying to find something from my past i have either written or read about, and
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Franz Kafka elicits feelings of sympathy and dismay through his book The Metamorphosis. These feeling are created by the violent situations Gregor experiences and his empathetic family. A reader would feel dismay at a book when a character doesn't act the way he or she feels like they should. This dismay would be caused by the readerâ€™s consternation and distress about the current situation. Gregor acts calm and collective after finding out that he has turned into a â€œmonstrous verminâ€ (Kafka 3). Not feeling satisfied with Gregors reaction, the readers undergo dismay, because they feel that he should react differently after noticing his change. When a reader has a common feeling
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Grapes of Wrath Marxist Criticism
The book The Grapes of Wrath uses the theme of social and class struggles to effectively convey the main idea of the book. The differences between social and economic classes are frequently demonstrated in the book. Steinbeck heavily relies on these to evoke sympathy within the reader, and consequently, cause the reader to better understand the themes of the book. The theme that is clearly the most important in the book is the one about the hardships of the migrants. Steinbeck obviously wanted to make the reader understand how the migrants endured many adversities and sacrificed much in order to try to have a better life for themselves and their families
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Throughout these two poems "Eros" is revealed to the reader in two very different perspectives. The first poem by Robert Bridges portrays to the reader that Eros is a true god and that when it comes to love man is the one who suffers. In the second poem by Anne Stevenson, Eros is shown as a beat on and a miserable person who suffers from love.The concept of the first poem is evident in the first stanza of the poem. "Why hast thou nothing in thy face? Thou idol of the human race, Thou tyrant of the human heart." ( ). These few lines tell the reader that the poet is confused by Eros and that he is also the dictator of the human heart, which portrays to us that humans suffer from love. In
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, the speaker is quick to convey image references for the reader. The first line immediately reveals, through the simple words “when I died,” that the speaker is dead. At this point one would have to wonder how can the speaker can be dead yet still hear the buzzing of a fly. Many people believe that even though our body may lie still, our souls can still be alive and, at some point, when we die our soul makes some sort of spiritual journey. It is this belief that the reader can visualize a lifeless body with a soul that can hear “a Fly buzz” (1) and a mental image quickly comes to mind of that annoying fly that never seems to go away no matter how many times one opens a window or attempts to
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The passage uses syntax, diction, and figurative language to convey to the reader a sense of shock, loss, and regret. The syntax defines the pace of the passage, beginning with complex sentence structure. It then switches to long, run-on sentences, eventually settling on shorter, simpler sentence structure to suggest a sense of shock and stupefication to the reader. The frank, graphic diction also enhances the pathos of the essay, horrifying and shocking the reader. Figurative language such as imagery also enhances the feeling of loss and regret by comparing the actions in the boxing ring to the life-and-death struggle of a rodent-or even worse, to a vegetable, defenseless even as its
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soft description of the product. It made me want to go purchase the product because of natural ingredients that are used in the product.
Source Factor: EOS paid for this ad. They are becoming a popular brand and are able to now produce advertisements that reach the consumers.
Message Factor: The message the ad is trying to send to the reader is that if they purchase the product they will have beautiful smiles. The lip balms posing as flowers suggest that there is an elegant feel when using the product, also it seems to be giving off a natural feel. The description describes that the ingredients used in the product are natural ingredients which makes the product unique. The way the
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Review of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
In Charles Dickens' Great Expectations, the reader is quickly
attracted to the book by the author's use of very vivid and emotional
details. Dickens' structure and language allow the reader to
experience life-like situations from this novel. Realistic, bold
characters and an up-tempo plot keep the reader interested. Dickens
uses different themes to allow the reader to compare this novel to
their own lives. He allows them to add their own feelings while deeply
portraying the feelings that he would have felt while reading this.
Dickens' details in Great Expectations do not leave much to the
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particularly effective in allowing the reader to understand the old woman's predicament and how she, and the others, dealt with it.” (sec.3.1)
This short story pulls the reader in, engages them and allows them to imagine themselves at the church. The story captured my imagination, drawing me into the slavery time period. It was curiosity and emotion that drew me into the character. It provided me with a desire to escape a present association. This literary piece motivated me to continue to understand the heartache, pain and torment African American slaves endured. The connections I make to the characters are to change how the elderly and seniors are cared for, thought of and treated by
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In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, Nick, the confidant, plays significant roles, such as narrator, and a person in whom Jay Gatsby and the reader confide in.Nick's various roles help to shape the theme of the novel. Nick narrates the story of Gatsby, a poor Midwesterner, who longs for reuniting with his lost love, Daisy, a rich materialistic girl. Gatsby's search becomes materialistic because he uses bootlegging, fancy parties, and riches to win her affection. Nick, narrating the events in The Great Gatsby, shines a light on the reader by providing the realization that materialism ends in fraudulence and corruption rather than the American Dream. Gatsby's life, as well as
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From what you have read so far, which of the two characters of the creature or Frankenstein is most deserving of sympathy from the reader?
The novel, Frankenstein, was written by Shelley and was first published in 1818. It was published at a time of scientific advancement when there were worries about how far science would go as new things were discovered. Shelley explores the theme of the gothic genre and focuses on the evil within and she develops the characters of Frankenstein and the creature by portraying them sympathetically through a variety of narrative techniques.
Frankenstein’s narration of the novel immediately puts the reader into his limited mind-set; therefore the reader is
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English 100, Section 6
Unexpected Success, Unexpected Effects
In the profile “Rural Idaho Town Seeks to Turn Film’s Cult Status into Prosperity” by Laura Holson, she shows the impact that a movie can have on a town. The movie is Napoleon Dynamite, and the town is Preston, Idaho. Throughout this profile, Holson tells the reader about a Napoleon Dynamite festival held in the small Idaho town the movie was filmed in. Some examples are given as to the events held at the festival such as the Napoleon look-alike contest, or the tater tot eating contest. Many of these contests and activities help people bring out their so called, “inner Napoleon” (Holson 162). Holson is able to illustrate
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“Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway is a short story every student studying English Composition should read. The narrative explores the difficult topic of abortion which college students should read about. Not only did the story explore the couple's dynamic it also delved into the feelings each partner had about the pregnancy. In “On Reading Fiction”, the author explains that readers enjoy fiction for three reasons, because it is an escape from reality, a possible answer to problems in their lives, and allows the reader the comfort of knowing that others are facing the same problems and feeling the same emotions as them. The author states, “we like it because fiction, as an
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Miroslav Holub’s Poem ‘The Door’ and David Herbert Lawrence’s Poem ‘Bat’, explore the idea of change being positive and negative, respectively.
In the poem ‘Bat’, Lawrence puts the reader into the poem so the calmness of the romantic Italian setting “the tired flower of Florence” can be felt. Assonance “brown” and “surrounding” is used to back up the imagery of peacefulness. His use of ellipses enables the reader to reflect upon the beauty and nature of Italy. His wide use of alliteration of the letter ‘s’ allows the reader to connect with the flow of the swallows and the romantic scene.
He uses short sentences and exclamation to quickly change the mood, when suddenly he remembers
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, and swallowing. This quotation at the beginning of the story shows that the author knows that she is writing this for a human audience. She starts this off with the line, "Where should I begin?" This is more of a conversational style that draws the reader into this as if she was talking directly to the reader. The human reader is supposed to take the role of the alien race. The reader has to take a duality of being both a human and from an alien race who has no knowledge of anything human. The next line restates this with, "After all you have never been there; or if you have you may not have understood the significance of what you say or thought you saw." An alien race would never have been
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Commentary on Flyer
I have decided to create a flyer aimed at those who play the video game series “Portal”. It is aimed at both male and females aged 16 and over while trying to persuade them to purchase the “Portal Gun”. To do this, I have featured advertisement techniques, such as abstract nouns, exclamatives and imperatives.
The slogan that I have decided to use is “Start thinking with portals!” I used this to create an element of interest to the reader as this slogan is one of the first things that the reader sees, so I used the word “Start” to directly address the reader so that they would read on. I have also made this a superlative to target to the younger age bracket so it
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Discuss the use of imagery in two stories of your choice. How do the various images work in a particular story to bring its subject matter into focus? Is there a central image? And how does this enhance or confuse or complicate the effect of the story?
Short fiction can be seen as a literary medium through which the writer concisely creates a story that is almost as fleeting in its detail, as it is in its length of words. Imagery can be used in varying manners depending on what the writer is trying to achieve. In the short story ‘Sleepy’ by Anton Chekhov, we see a more vivid and palpable type of imagery that’s almost figurative and has the ability to lull the reader into sharing the
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Tim O’Brien’s “How to Tell a True War Story,” centers on the principle that a reader cannot always trust the narrator of a story to tell the truth. The reader can listen, but must never cease to analyze in order to decipher the truth in each story. In Tim O’Brien’s short story, his narrator is naturally accepted and assumed to be the author of the story. Through this narrator, a story of personal Vietnam War experiences unfolds. Because this appears to be true stories told by O’Brien, the reader is left to assume all the tales are true encounters when in fact, O’Brien mixes truth and fiction in order to make the story believable. It is important to remember that the soldier telling the
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Today as I entered Earls Court Tube Station District Line Platforms from the Picadilly Line from Heathrow Airport, I noticed a young man with a book under his arm. Two books actually. The novelization of the Dark Night, and Italo Calvino’s If On A Winters Night a Traveller. This seemed an odd pariring, surely, especially at first sight. One could dictate that the chap carrying the books, a university age male, actually wanted to purchase The Dark Night novel for pleasure and perhaps had to purchase the Calvino book for school reading. This young man can be viewed as that which this short essay will concern itself: the role of the reader in Calvino’s book, and the role of the reader and the
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“The Most Dangerous game” (Connell) and “Hunters in the Snow” (Wolff) are both fictional short stories. Even though both stories are about hunting, they each depict hunting differently. Connell’s story demonstrates a commercial fiction style of writing, while “Hunters in the Snow” (Wolff) is written using the literary fiction style.
Commercial fiction is written with the purpose to entertain and to let the reader escape into an imaginary world. While reading commercial fiction the person does not need to think as much as someone reading literary fiction, thus making commercial fiction quicker and easier to read .The plot, setting and theme are designed to amuse the reader and keep them
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. Oftentimes, foreshadowing and personification lead to a very vivid image being revealed as the author attempts to invoke a certain feeling in the intended audience. Thus, the tone is set, and as in the short poem entitled Boy at the Window (Wilbur, 1952), one can feel the anguish of both the parent and the child as the snowman cries.
As the author begins to foreshadow the poem, hints of what’s to come are being revealed to keep the attention of his or reader. The reader may feel one way at this point, but often that reader may change his or her mind at a later point as the events of the story being told unfold. “Seeing the snowman standing all alone” (Wilbur, 1952) evokes to this reader of a
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Table Top Micro Hematocrit Centrifuge with safety switch, when cover is opened, the motor can be stopped.
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Poetry Essay: Imagery and Figurative Language
Wallace Stevens’ poem “The Snow Man” is a poem that creates a unique situation using imagery and figurative language. The wintry imagery in this poem is used to express the wonders of the mind while forcing the reader to determine what is metaphorical and what is literal. Wallace uses imagery and figurative language to aid in showing how our mind becomes one with a scene upon seeing it.
While Stevens’ poem is masterfully painted with imagery, it is ultimately the meaning of the poem that is so very rewarding and that makes it so great. The speaker describes snow covered trees as the sun glitters off of the top of the distant
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The Use of Narratives and Its Effect on Stories
The use of narrative view are important for an author. It determines how the reader interpret the story and ultimately understanding the theme. In the work of “Hills Like White Elephant” Ernest Hemingway uses third person objective point of view to present the conflict of a young couple over the difficult decision of whether to have an abortion. In comparison to Hemingway’s work, “Great Falls” by Richard Ford, tells the story of the breakdown of the parents’ relation through the eyes of the protagonist Jackie. The authors of the two short stories use these different points of view, to allow the reader understand the overall themes of the