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STYLE, TONE, AND MOOD IN LANDLADY Prose 1 Arief Febriyanto 63708028 Moch Fajar Akbar 63708014 Willi Adjie 63706897 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF LETTERS INDONESIA UNIVERSITY OF COMPUTER 2011 STYLE, TONE, AND MOOD 1. STYLE Style is the use of literary devices, tone, and mood in a particular way that makes author’s writing recognizable. In another word, the style of writing is the style of author who writes it. The author’s style can be recognized by the following...

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Edgar All Poe's Style

Edgar Allen Poe’s style in The Black Cat and Tell-Tale Heart In many of Edgar Allen Poe’s short stories, a reader can encounter with many similarities of style and technique. In this paper, I am going to state the similarities of The Black Cat and Tell-Tale Heart to understand Poe style in short stories. To start with, in both of the stories, the setting is jail because the main characters of two stories are criminals. Such an entrance to the stories enables the reader’s attention to be more...

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The Lens Of Style And Personality

The Lens of Style and Personality About 200 people hike the Appalachian Trail every year; blind men, old men, fat men, young men, American men, foreign men, and women. However, each experience brings a new flavor, not because the hikers had different experiences, but because each tells the experience through a different lens: the lens of style and personality. In his hilarious book, A Walk In the Woods, Bill Bryson narrates his adventures as he challenged himself to hike the Appalachian Trail with...

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Poetic style of Robert Frost

discovered a common thread in Theocritus' and Virgil’s poetry, and in the romantic balladry. Frost’s style was influenced by the early romantic poets as we can see the romantic features in his poems and also by the contemporary British poets as Edward Thomas, Rupert Brooke and Robert Graves. Many of his poems had to do with nature and transcendentalism. "Of all his poetic elements, Frost's style seems the hardest to pin down. Actually one cannot pin it down, but something could be said to further...

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Style and Tone Essay

Style and Tone Essay Style is the way in which something is written, as opposed to the meaning of what is written. The writer uses a certain style and tone to craft the story. Style refers to the writer’s choice of diction, sentence structure, tone and organization. No One’s Mystery by Elizabeth Tallent shows style and tone throughout the whole story, which shows reality vs. fantasy and being in love with someone you shouldn’t. Diction refers to the class of words than an author decides is...

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Comparing and Contrasting Writing Styles

imagery and characters but TV episode Something Wall-Mart This Way Come is able to get its point across more effectively. Diction can include many different aspects of how the language is used and some of those aspects are word choice, readability, style and voice. How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Dr. Seuss, makes excellent use of the word choice in the book. While reading the story there are words which are repeated multiple times, for example the word noise is used at least eight times in one sentence...

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Writing Styles in the Puritan Time Period

Bradford used very different styles of writing. In writing, praise and everyday living the Puritans favored the ordinary and simple. William Bradford wrote in what is considered the 'plain style.' This form of writing was used by many Puritan authors and was thought to be direct and to the point. The plain style consisted of simple sentences and everyday used language. It never had figures of speech and especially not any imagery. A good example of this style is found in the passage from...

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Munro's Style of Narration

Munro’s Style of Narration Adolescence is a time of embarrassment, confusion, self-doubt, and physical maturity, which is exactly what the narrators of Alice Munro’s “Red Dress-1946” and “An Ounce of Cure” are going through. Both narrators in the stories are having difficulties expressing themselves: in “Red Dress-1946” she longs to be chosen by someone and in “An Ounce of Cure” she attempts to get over the one that has. Munro’s unique style of narration furthers our understanding of the narrators...

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Styles of Two Great American Writers

A writer’s style distinguishes him from other writers. The style a writer uses to write a story clearly indicates the tone of a story,vital for the reader to understand the story. The style of a writer is made up of different traits and characteristics used to write the story. These traits and characteristics include and are not limited to symbolism, characterization, and other elements. When evaluating a literature piece for style one should analyze the following five elements: diction, images...

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An analysis of Hemingway's style in Soldier's Home.

criticized for the seeming simplicity of "Soldier's Home." Upon closer examination, the story becomes not only a simple tale of a young man returning from war, but also a story of a commonplace struggle, portrayed through the eyes of young Krebs. This style of simplicity and implied meaning is a trademark of Ernest Hemingway, and is what sets him apart from many other writers. I agree with those claiming that the story of Krebs is based of the life experience of young Ernest Hemingway. Mr. Hemingway...

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