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D.h lawrence's "piano"poem; the meaning is conveyed through the tone

he is unaware of his present surroundings of another woman singing. A mellow tone communicates to the reader that the narrator is in a dream like state of mind. Through the mellow tone the reader can capture a mental picture of what he is imagining. "A child sitting under the piano, in the boom of the tingling strings"(L3) has connected with the reader of what the narrator is dreaming. The reader feels like he or she exists in his state of mind. The sound of the piano is felt. There is a vivid picture...

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Creating Horror in Fiction: Comparison of Edgar Allen Poe's The Cask of Amontillado and Shirley jackson's The Lottery

characterizations, and points of view in order to create a fictional world inside the readers head. We see these tools used in contrasting ways in “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe and “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson. The distinctive techniques used in these short stories leave you feeling uneasy once you finish them. Using different methods, both authors create a story of horror for their readers. The tones of these stories vary quite a bit. The first sentence of “The Cask of Amontillado”...

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Theme

that are not easily identified. Throughout stories, authors like to describe the characterization of character rather than the plot. The reason authors don’t describe the plot of the story is because through the characterization of the characters, readers are able to distinguish the different issues the author has planted in the story. Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use” is a short story that explores the way some people tend to view their family heritage and culture. Even though the title of the story does...

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Analysis of Kenneth Burke's "Literature as Equipment for Living"

can help guide readers through situations they encounter in everyday life. Burke suggests that literature can provide readers with strategies for dealing with real life situations. To help explain this opinion to the reader, Burke begins his article with an analysis of proverbs. He then explains his method of classifying literary works into categories for sociological applications. In the same way that some people use the Bible or other sacred religious work, Burke asks the reader to decide is...

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Suspense in most dangerous game

book, or stories to seduce. Authors uses suspense to keep the reader interested in what they are reading. Suspense is also to keep the flow of the story. Richard ,the author of the "Most Dangerous Game", uses foreshadowing and metaphor to increase suspense throughout the story. According to the dictionary, foreshadowing means "to show or indicate beforehand." This use of a literary device encourages the reader to feel a sense of anticipation. A foreshadowing exists in...

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How is the theme "good vs evil" explored by Isobelle Carmody in the book "The Gathering"?

all become involved. This means that the reader can understand the plot of the book, and will be able to clearly read the message being revealed by the three main aspects of it. Other minor things, such as the title of the book itself, contribute to the feelings of the reader, all of which are designed by Carmody to make the book exactly what it is. By using the characters to develop the readers understanding of "Good VS Evil", the themes to allow the reader to grasp the message being sent by Carmody...

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Wings of the Dove Tone Paper

in the readers as they relate to the characters’ experiences and reactions. As the author works to create a realistic yet fictional work for his characters, he must also think of including realistic experiences. Genuine experiences in a fictional story create both situations and responding emotions to which the reader relates. These feelings that the reader encounters create the central tone of a work of literature. Literature is language, conveying a feeling of dejection in its readers through...

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Language Analysis: Abortion

abortion, legal or otherwise”. Upon reading this the reader will feel guilty for being pro-life as they will realise women will stop at nothing to get an abortion so might as well let them get it in a safe and hygienic manner. Singer evokes the readers sense of logic and thinking by stating “But what are the interests of an embryo or fetus?” using a rhetorical question positions the reader to share Singer’s opinion as a rhetorical question makes the reader feel there is only one answer and that the writer...

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Review of Cocktail Party Economics

without taking away from the importance of each theory and thought. This is a book written to engage its readers and interest them in the idea of the economic thought process. Addressed to “students everywhere, especially those who like economics … or want to,” this book is exactly that. Cocktail Party Economics is a skillful portrayal of the process of economic thought, which entertains young readers due to the author’s sometimes silly and sarcastic moments. Economics may sometimes appear to be a difficult...

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Their Eyes Were Watching God Literary Analysis Essay

anticipation amongst its readers. She did this by including great adversity for the main character Janie to overcome. Janie became entangled in the oppressive powers of early 20th century marriage. That of which constrained her for the greater part of the novel. Going from man to man only continuing the tyrannical cycle of being property. Throughout the course of the novel the reader wants Janie to find herself and break free. This creates anticipation within the reader. The reader was present during the...

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