In the text Maestro, the composer uses techniques of language to portray the image of Keller. In the image (Darwin) it shows how Paul has no respect for Keller. His first impressions of him were “ Keller’s red face also glistened with a fine varnish of sweat” – this example shows the author use of repetition and accumulation of the word “red” from this sentence when he gives more detail of Keller , “ red faced glowed’” ,” red nose” , which emphasises the main characters first impressions as very negative and hostile. This is linked to the main theme of the book, which is “First Impressions are always wrong” . Even though Paul is cocky and smug this helps him developed a sense of respect for Keller when he learns more about who he truly is.
The author uses dramatic techniques to give a distinct visual images of the characters for example in the image (Nazi’s and the Holocaust p.135-137) it reflects many aspects of mankind which are both good and evil.
Is an image of a majestic, beautiful city with dirty, dark secrets is created. On the outside everything is pristine but behind closed doors evil is occurring. This is referred to by Paul as... [continues]
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