NOTE: I ONLY DID TLACOHL AND THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
Distinctive voices are created for different purposes in order to portray many varied messages to the reader. Distinctive voices are conveyed through texts in the exploration of human experiences, composers convey their ideas and shape meaning through language, relationships and characteristics of voices which are communicated through various texts. The interpretation of different voices can be identified in The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender by Marele Day and The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. In the crime fiction based novel The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender, Day creates many distinctive voices through her use of language and characters. The hard-talking female private investigator, Claudia Valentine; the poetically spoken underworld figure Harry Lavender and the majestic, yet volatile personified city of Sydney, which forms the main voices of the novel. These characters stand out through Days manipulation of language and structure to create particular meaning, including: tone, allusion and first-person narrative. In the early 20th century poem The Road Not Taken, Frost creates a distinctive voice through the use of language which portrays the importance of taking the right path in life. The author ultimately conveys many different messages and emotions which include a sense of regret, with a slight relief of triumph, through the use of first person narrative, tone and allusion.
In the novel The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender, a sarcastic voice of Claudia allows Day to bring the reader attention to her concern about the impact that development has on Sydney. Claudia describes Darling Harbour as a place “where buildings with the eyes gouged out had been demolished to make way for ‘development’, for the mean of power to build monoliths to themselves”. The