• Distinctive Voices
    Distinctive voices Distinctive voices This elective requires you to think differently about what the word voice means. It’s easy to understand that speeches and plays are spoken texts but for this elective you need to understand that written texts such as poems and novels also create a sense o
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  • Distinctive Voices - Andrew Paterson, Kylie Mole, Martin Luther King Jr.
    Through the use of language techniques it is made obvious that everyone has distinctive voices and by exploring and analyzing different people’s voices it is easy to realize that they convey everything you need to know about a person. Undoubtedly Andrew Paterson, Kylie Mole, Martin Luther King Jr.
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  • Distinctive Voices
    Distinctive voices hemes: Gender Day has inferred that the novel is not a feminist text saying: “I knew I didn’t want to get up on a platform and preach about equality.” Day created a realistic female hero who is not used by nor exploits men. She does not carry a gun and relies on her phy
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    When deconstructing any text, an understanding of its context can only help comprehending the ideas therein. The speeches by Martin Luther King (MLK), John F Kennedy (JFK) and Mark Antony’s address in Julius Caesar are each characterised by effective use of rhetoric and passionate delivery. Each s
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  • Distinctive Voices Essay
    Composers develop distinctive voices withing a text to invoke reactions and create experiences that the audience experience as they read or view the text. The voices in the prescribed text ‘The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender” written be Marele Day and the television series ‘Modern Family’
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    Compare the ways distinctive voices are created in Burn's poetry and in ONE other related text of your own choosing. Joanne Burns uses satirical free-verse such as 'public places' and 'echo' to expose and criticise society's ways of thinking. Burns creates a distinctive voice in her poems by exam
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  • Module a Clemmance - Distinctive Voices Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender
    HSC STUDY BUDDY 1 Module A –Distinctive Voices Essay Question: Compare the ways distinctive voices are created in ‘The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender’ and in ONE other related text of your own choosing. As language lies at the core of communication, composers are given the opportunit
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  • Distinctive Voices Essay Harry Lavender
    All texts present distinctive voices, no matter what form of text or who the composer is. Distinctive voices, when studied, can assist with understanding society’s values and beliefs which are being presented within texts. The novel “The life and crimes of Harry Lavender” composed by Marele
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  • Life and Crimes and Harry Lavender Distinctive Voices
    Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender Distinctive voices can change our perceptions and views towards an individual. This is shown in the novel “Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender” by Marele Day. The novel tells the story of Claudia Valentine, a private female detective and Harry Lavender, a ruthles
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  • Distinctive Voices
    Distinctive voices are part of our everyday life and can be expressed in many ways. This is not always projected through speech and language. It can be intrinsic and is inherent in any text. This is particularly helps when reviewing The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender by Marele Day and related fi
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  • Distinctive Voices
    Compare the way distinctive voices are created in the speeches set for study and one related text. Distinctive voices can lead us to think about significant issues that occur in the world. Distinctive voices are created through a number of language techniques such as rhetorical devices. These enh
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  • Distinctive Voices Essay Plan
    Question: Interesting views on society are conveyed through distinctive voices. Question: Interesting views on society are conveyed through distinctive voices. People in society can have interesting views on issues around the world, these views on society are best conveyed through distinctive voic
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  • Distinctive Voices - the Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender (Part1)
    “Interesting Views Are Conveyed Through Distinctive Voices” In the prose fiction narrative entitled “The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender,” two main voices are heard; Claudia Valentine and Harry Lavender. The two distinctive voices are represented through different text fonts; Clau
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    Composers use distinctive voices within their text's to enable us to think about significant issues within the world. Marele Day in her novel " the life and crimes of Harry Lavender" uses the literary form of a detective fiction genre to challenge our perceptions of the roles of men and...
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  • English Literature
    English literature I. INTRODUCTION English literature, literature written in English since c.1450 by the inhabitants of the British Isles; it was during the 15th cent. that the English language acquired much of its modern form. II. The Tudors and the Elizabethan Age The beginning of the Tudor d
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  • Literature
    [pic]Previous: Common Literary Forms and Genres Next: Literary Theory and Criticism [pic] Literary Movements and Periods Literature constantly evolves as new movements emerge to speak to the concerns of different groups of people and historical periods. Absurd, literature of the (c.
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  • A History of American Literature
    americanliterature A HISTORY OF To Sheona americanliterature RICHARD GRAY A HISTORY OF Copyright © 2004 by Richard Gray 350 Main Street, Malden, MA 02148-5020, USA 108 Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1JF, UK 550 Swanston Street, Carlton, Victoria 3053, Australia The right of Richard Gray
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  • The Short Oxford History of English Literature
    THE SHORT OXFORD HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE Andrew Sanders CLARENDON PRESS • OXFORD 1994 Oxford University Press, Walton Sheet, Oxford OX2 6DP Oxford New York Toronto Delhi Bombay Calcutta Madras Karachi Kuala Lumpur Singapore Hong Kong Tokyo Nairobi Dar es Salaam Cape Town Melbourne Auc
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  • American Literature
    WHAT IS AMERICAN LITERATURE? AN OVERVIEW When the English preacher and writer Sidney Smith asked in 1820, “In the four quarters of the globe, who reads an American book?” little did he suspect that less than two hundred years later the answer in literate quarters would be “just about everyo
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  • American Literature
     Slavery and the Origins of the Civil War Eric Foner Teacher's Guide Contents Arguably the finest body of literature produced by American historians since 1960 has been the work reappraising the South's "peculiar institution." But before new views could take hold, the traditional...
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