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Pygmalion Distinctive Voice

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 examining the themes of psychology, obsession and paranoia through the use of various techniques such as humour and irony. Similarly, Danny Katz's article "Christmas: a time for peace, love and corpses decaying...

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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 enhance the meaning of the speeches and depict the key information that allows listeners to be alert of the issue the speaker is raising. They all challenge society by standing up for people and their own...

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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 film Miss Congeniality directed by Donald Petrie. Both these composers have created a variety of distinctive voices in the texts. The most distinctive voice within the novel the life and crimes of Harry...

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DIstinctive Voices Essay

How does the use of distinctive voices emphasise the ways that individuals respond to significant aspects of life? In your response, make detailed reference to your prescribed text Severn Cullis- Suzuki and J.F. Kennedy and ONE other related text of your own choosing. Distinctive voices provide understanding and emphasise the significant events and aspects of life in relation to the individual and their underlying place in the society. Both John F. Kennedy and Severn Cullis Suzuki provide evidence...

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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 voices as it evokes feelings from the listener and allows them to relate to the situation through their own personal experiences. People in society can have interesting views on issues around the world, these...

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Distinctive voice essay

A distinctive voice creates an emotional response to texts through its ability to connect with an audience and position them to understand their purpose through the use of a range of written techniques. The two speeches “I have a dream” by Martin Luther King and “Address to the Plenary Session” by Severn Cullis-Suzuki and the song “dear Mr president” composed by pink will be used throughout to help show you how a distinctive voice creates an emotional response to texts. “ I Have a Dream” by Martin...

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English Standard Speech- Pygmalion

Winchester English Standard Speech Distinctive Voice Pygmalion and Rain Man Distinctive voices give us a small insight into how we, as people, perceive and make judgments about each another. Good morning ladies and gentlemen, In any relationship between two people, there will always be one who takes on the dominant role through Voice. It’s their choice of what they say and how they say it that gives insight into their character. Some characteristics of voice that we take into account are...

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Pygmalion Essay

Pygmalion Essay Distinctive voice refers to a variety of voice types and the function that voice plays in different texts. The personality or position of a speaker or character is reflected through voice. Distinctive voice can be used to represent an issue, a group of people, a set of values, a point of view or a variety of perspectives. All people have a distinctive voice; our voice is developed and changed through our experiences, interactions and understanding of the world. The language, the...

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Pygmalion Essay

The distinctive voices, characteristic in any text/s, can be deconstructed to develop an understanding which may validate, challenge or disprove society’s values and/or beliefs within a given context. Language, in all its forms, is a human thing, and allows the traces or imprints of human use, not inherently but in its use. A text may promote obvious distinction between the authorial voice and character's viewpoint. This can be seen in the play of Pygmalion in by George Bernard shaw and the film...

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Pygmalion

ANALYSIS Shaw has often been criticized for his inability to create well- developed round characters. His characters are usually seen as mere puppets propelled by the crisis of the plot or as mouthpieces for his socialist viewpoint. However in Pygmalion,, Shaw vindicates himself of these charges by the creation of rounded and life-like characters such as Higgins and Eliza. Clearly they are not authorial stooges. They have a peculiar quality that leaves a lasting imprint on the reader's memory. But...

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