• English Notes
    Distinctive voices Student Activity Research biographical information about the composer of your set text. 1. What, if any, relationship does this biographical information add to the contextual understanding of the text, as a whole? 2. Is the authorial voice of your set text fictional...
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  • Reasons Federation
    Streeton developed the Heidelberg School of painting with its distinctive Australian style. Australia faced potential enemies. France had taken New Caledonia, Germany had taken New Guinea. If Australia could have spoken with a united voice, these developments may have been avoided. Australia faced...
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  • Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion
    : Richard Cory o   Speaker- the imaginary voice a poet uses when writing a poem o   Local color- distinctive, sometime picturesque characteristics or peculiarities of a place or period as represented in literature or drama, or as observed in o   Situational irony- occurs when something happens...
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  • study on toni morrison
    history. The presence of black people is made invisible by mainstream society. Black culture has no consequential place in white-dominated literature. Black literature receives little scholarly attention. There is a vacuum in American literary discourse. Their voice is not heard.5 As a black...
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  • american Gothic introduction
    American Gothic as a distinctive American literature provides substantive insights into the history and culture of the United States. Its roots trace back to 18th century when in 1781 a highly religious farmer ritually murdered his wife and four kids after religious voices told him to. Beyond...
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  • Pragmatic Reference
    feature eg. [+VOICE] or it doesn't have the feature eg. [-VOICE] 2. There is a difference between PHONETIC and PHONOLOGICAL FEATURES o Distinctive Features are Phonological Features. o Phonetics Features are surface realisations of underlying Phonological Features. o A...
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  • Peter Widdowson
    . Peter was a leading figure involved in the ferments around the subject, co-founding the journal Literature and History in 1975, and bringing his fine analytical intelligence to bear on some of the founding assumptions of the discipline. In a series of articles and books he articulated a distinctive and...
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  • Elif Shafak
    Elif Shafak Elif Shafak was born in Strasbourg, France, in 1971. She is an award-winning novelist and the most widely read woman writer in Turkey. Critics have named her as "one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary Turkish and world literature". Her books have been translated into...
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  • The Act of Conquest in American Literature
    through her predicament and suffering. She sees the aforementioned circumstances are a test of her faith and her captors as “instruments of Satan.” These narratives are very distinctive of American literature, in particular the early to late sixteenth-century. It was a time of discovery and revelation...
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  • Structural Transformation of Public Sphere
    skills of critical engagement with radio content, presentation styles, genres, histories and encourage the use of advanced radio theory. 3. Learning outcomes By the end of the module students should understand: 1. The distinctive place of orality / aurality and ‘grain of voice’ in radio 2. How...
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  • Postcolonial Personal ‘Truths’ Versus Canonical Discourse ‘Realities’. Toni Morrison's, ‘Beloved’ Writes Back to the Empire.
    been adopted by modern ‘Black’ literature like Beloved in order to illustrate the consciousness of distinctive ‘Back’ aesthetic. Harris (1993) believes that Beloved follows the African belief that the demise of the body is not the end of the being and explores Beloved’s basis of these ‘folk...
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  • Revolution in Writing with Meaning
    , which allows a voice to be heard through it, enables a writer to present their deepest concerns that readers may or may not agree with. These deep concerns come from the writer’s experience and identity as an individual in a distinctive and larger community. Behind every writing, there is writer with...
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  • The New England Renaissance
    in Europe, fresh new vision electrified artistic and intellectual circles. Yet there was an important difference: Romanticism in America coincided with the period of national expansion and the discovery of a distinctive American voice. The solidification of a national identity and the surging...
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  • What is Poetry?
     What Is? Poetry, noun. Literary work in which special intensity is given to the expression of feelings and ideas by the use of distinctive style and rhythm; poems collectively or as a genre of literature. That is how poetry is defined when you type it word into google and ask for the meaning...
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  • Narrative Art in Poetry
    One Nights (Forster 41). 5 Narrative as an art has a long history of evolutionary phases, rich in the quality and quantity of some distinctive literary works that has been recognized as landmarks in Greek, Roman, English and Arabic literature. 1.2 Narrative Poetry in Profile...
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  • Emily Dickinson's Contribution to Literature
    unconventional style, form and meter. Dickinson's work was highly original and consisted of bold themes, complex lyrics, simple yet extraordinary imagery and vocabulary. Dickinson's work had a distinctive voice and veered sharply from the poetic expectations of the era. Emily Dickinson's contribution...
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  • Latin
    southern Italy. Although surviving Latin literature consists almost entirely of Classical Latin, an artificial and highly stylized and polished literary language from the 1st century BC, the actual spoken language of the Roman Empire was Vulgar Latin, which significantly differed from Classical...
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  • Literature Is the Question Minus the Answer
    thoughts, thinking and analyzing everything could have lead to the delay of the murder. Shakespeare doesn’t offer the reader a distinctive answer to the central question thus proving Barthes’ idea that literature is often open to different interpretations....
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  • Little Big Man
    about many characters. The author gives each character a distinctive voice, despite the assumption that Jack narrates the entire story. The use of the fictional editor character allows the author the ability to expand Jack's narrative style, which makes the story more intriguing. Using this, Berger...
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  • The Harlem Renaissance Authors
    African Americans. Another writer to reach the bestseller list, Zora Neale Hurston, displayed bold character and was greatly appreciated for her work at a young age. “…Zora Neale Hurston who would become one of the most distinctive voices in American Literature…” (Chambers11). While growing up in...
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