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The composer John Misto of ‘Shoe-Horn Sonata’ creates a wide image of distinctive visual techniques through imagery. John Misto uses this visual technique to raise awareness of the damaged chaos that occurred to the women who have been captured by the Japanese. By using distinctively visual techniques Misto allows the viewers to empathise with the crucial actors/segregation that the Japanese people were showing towards the women. “I wanted to cry. But I reminded myself I was a woman of the Empire. And it just wasn’t done to show fear to the natives. I could almost hear my mother saying: ‘Chin up, gel! And where are your gloves?’ ” John Misto created a written visual image that comes through in Act 1 Scene 3 (page 36). This is brought up in the play when Bridie and Sheila are being interviewed by Rich (Host), they were originally talking about the conditions that they were in, how they were starved and the lack of nutrition. First person is expressed through this quote using the word “I” to initiate the effect the audience will have towards the characters. Reminiscing of what her mother had told her in her childhood, also takes back the audience with her, living her life and knowing what kind of woman she really was. The strength she had was emphasised through her being the woman of the empire, not fearing natives being the Japanese men. The visual language used to emphasises the effect on how the audience understands what is being said, “I wanted to cry” is giving a side note to the audience. This simply gives the audience the information needed to understand the condition of the women, the link of this lets the audience how the state of the men would affect them. The emotive word ‘cry’ is used to allow the readers to empathise with the women, but also give them confidence with the powerful language of “a woman of the empire”. The constant rivalry between the Japanese Soldiers and the prisoners means it was a permanent...
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