The ongoing interactions between poems or stories which deepens reading adding multiple levels of meaning to a work, defines interexulity. Being that there's no such thing as a wholly piece of work in literature helps me to indicate that any piece of work comes from another. Familiarizing myself with literature always help along the way to identify what and where that piece is borrowed from. So as I read I see lots of patterns. Generally, when I recognize elements from prior text I begin to draw comparisons and parallels that may be fantastic, parody, tragic, anything. Drawing comparisons helps me to conclude the connections between the old and the new. Also, as I identify the main idea, it establishes alot of what the theme and plot might include. In Sophie's world by jostein Gaarder, through Sophie's travels she meets characters from the other works of literature, such as Alice in Wonderland, Winnie the Pooh, and other recognizable characters. Alberto also uses well-known works at literature to help teach Sophie her philosophy lessons.
With rain being in specific scenery or piece of work, it shows an idea of how the characters are in terms of their mood. Attitude, physical appearance, etc. Rain can destroy, frighten, transform, bring joy and restore. Which is adjusted to fit a certain theme perfectly. In Holes the film by Louis Sacher, Stanley, a runaway boy with no where to go is stuck in the middle of a desserted dessert. With no food or water, Stanley is hopeless. When rain was struck into the scnery he was overwhemed with happiness; being that it saved his life from dying of thirst. as much as a little rain can make a big difference in a piece of work in literature.
If it flies, it isn't human. Airplanes and blimps and helicopters and autogiros, has all changed the way we percieve flight, but for all of human history we've been earthbound. Flight alone is a wonder; with these other elements, a complete and compelling myth. Flying is freedom, some of us might say. So when one might feel tied down flying always seem as a easy way out. Freedom not only from specific circumstances, but from those more Tiesha Freeman
general, are burdens that tie us down. As i watch the film Forest Gump, by Winston Groom, i notice early in the movie Flights of Fantasy. Jenny curan, as a child, didnt live the life she wanted to live. Where she felt misused and tied down. Jenny once said she wish she could fly, fly far far away from her home were she could feel safe. There she had flights of fantasy.