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Okefenokee Swamp

The Okefenokee Swamp can be described in many ways. Each writer uses tone and diction to express their style and feelings toward their piece. In the Okefenokee Swamp passages, the writer’s style reveals his/her purpose for the piece. With the use of style and tone, the writer’s feelings of the swamplands are revealed to his/her audience. Surprisingly, these two passages portray the Okefenokee Swamp as two opposite lands. In Passage One, the writer’s tone for the Okefenokee Swamp is very neutral...

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Florida’s Okefenokee Swamp

passages on Florida’s Okefenokee Swamp, you can analyze the difference between both passages. Both passages have their similarities and also their own differences when it comes to what they are being used for. Passage one is suitable for a travel brochure, while passage two is suitable for a book or for a magazine article. Passage one is very distinctive to passage two because the author uses specific and short details to inform the reader about the Florida Okefenokee Swamp. HE starts of the passage...

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Okefenokee Swamp Passage Ap-Lang 11th grade

 In the first passage, the Okefenokee Swamp is described with a wide variety of diction. Its features are mentioned with a neutral tone and simply describe what the place looks like. In the second passage, Okefenokee Swamp is portrayed as an unpleasant setting with many disturbing features. Each passage describes the area with a different purpose and a different view. The first passage from the Encyclopedia Britannica has an objective tone, while the second passage has a detestable...

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"Okefenokee Swamp" - An AP essay about a common article about the natural beauty of Okefenokee Swamp.

The Okefenokee Swamp is certainly an interesting and intriguing place to learn about regardless of how you see it, but the reality and facts of the swamp can be interpreted to give different perspectives and meanings of the place. This is evident in the two unique and stylistically different passages describing the Okefenokee Swamp. In passage one, the style of the writing is for the most part, factual. Passage one focuses on providing the un-tinted facts about the swamp without trying to incur any...

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The Okefenokee Swamp

“The Okefenokee Swamp” These two passages were both written to describe the Okefenokee Swamp; however, the two pictures portrayed by the authors are very different. The first passage, through its didactic use of syntax, unemotional tone, and consistent diction, gives a view of the Okefenokee Swamp that is tame and pleasant. The second passage, in contrast, creates a wild and savage picture of the same swamp by using varied syntax, dark tone, and wandering diction. The first passage is dry and...

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Okefenokee Swamp

Okefenokee Swamp, primitive swamp and wildlife refuge in south eastern Georgia and Northern Florida…” compared to “Vast and primeval, unfathomable, unconquerable, bastion of cottonmouth, rattlesnake and le and leech, mother of vegetation…” show you the differences in the two passages describing Okefenokee swamp. The author of passage one gives his readers’ a very factual, unbiased report of the swamp, while the author of passage two tries to give his readers a enticingly dangerous and appealing...

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Okefenokee Swamp

Okefenokee Swamp The author two passages are informative about Florida’s Okefenokee Swamp. The author in Passage 1 supports this claim by using simple sentences to describe the swamp then finally using the last sentence as the negative thing about the swamp. Passage 1’s purpose is to inform tourists so they would want to visit, creating an inviting tone for the audience. The author in passage 2 supports this claim by informing about the smallest to biggest negative things about the swamp, then...

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Okefenokee Swamp

Okefenokee Swamp Swamps can be seen in various perspectives and can convey different atmospheres associated with the respective swamp. The two passages on the Okefenokee Swamp both convey two different atmospheres and tones for the swamp, almost as if it was two different swamps. The author use of diction, detail and figurative language conveys how the swamp in the first passage is more inviting and safe versus the swamp in the second passage which is displayed in a more malicious tone. The...

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Swamp Land Biome Paper

Swamps or Wetlands Biome Swampland is the most common type of wetland biome you will find. Most people see wetlands as not important or as a nuisance. In a wetland biome the water is always going to be standing still. You will find them in many low lying areas. It is common for them to be very close to lakes, rivers, and streams. They may have water in them all the time or only during particular times of the year. Plant matter is released into freshwater biomes from a wetland biome. The importance...

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Southwest Florida’s Wetland Wilderness: Big Cypress and the Ten Thousand Islands

Miller Andrew Wilkinson M.S. University Colloquium 14 March 2012 SouthWest Florida’s Wetland Wilderness: Big Cypress and the Ten Thousand Islands Jeff Ripple’s extremely detailed book dives into the complex eco-systems of Big Cypress Swamp and the Ten Thousand Islands and extensively describes the plants and animals that live in these areas. Ripple leaves no stone unturned as he tells of the eco-systems that exist within these amazing subtropical watersheds. The book takes each eco-system...

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