The narrative and descriptive styles of writing are both effective ways for a writer to get their point across. Both styles of writing rely on the effective use of language. Descriptive words and concrete language are very important for both ... ... middle of paper ... ... author’s point was. I may be missing it entirely. I find the descriptive style of writing much more enjoyable to read.
Paraphrasing is very useful when it comes to writing about a topic because it is saying something in a way that makes sense and is written to a particular audience. Double-Entry Journal: A double entry journal is used to write either summaries, quotes, or paraphrase then it is required to reflect or connect to the text. The text part of the double entry journal is to write things that the reader will later remember or things that the author wants the reader to know. The reflect or connect part of the DEJ are the reader’s thoughts about it or connections to what they have learned or to their life. A DEJ is an important reading strategy to do because it could be used to understand the readings more.
Ethos persuades readers of an author’s credibility, using sources from authors who are experts in their respective field. Pathos persuades by appealing to a reader’s emotions, such as mentioning the conditions children work in. Organization refers to the way a paper is structured; it allows the information to flow smoothly from sentence to sentence and from paragraph to paragraph. Tone is the attitude the writer uses towards the subject and is conveyed through word choice. Tone helps the reader understand the writer’s feelings towards a particular topic and can portray a variety of emotions such as humorous, witty, and heartbroken.
Silvia Gabbiati: They liked my writing style and especially the humanity conveyed [in the stories]. Luana: What kind of approach did you use for storytelling? Silvia Gabbiati: Sometimes I described imaginary situations, trying to shape the profile of the story protagonist as best as possible in order to make the process of identification [for the reader] more agile and powerful; other times I used situations I lived in first person but I had an alter-ego character live them [in the story]. Luana: What most important advice would you give to writers who want to use the storytelling technique? Silvia Gabbiati: First of all, describe real situations that will spark people 's interest.
I found it intriguing that some of the essays conveyed the same lesson, an example, ?Writing With Style,? Mr. Vonnegut stresses that language is very important within an essay, Ms Flower concurs with this advice in ?Writing for an Audience.? The essays written by Flower, Lamott, O?Conner and Vonnegut have supplied me with a multitude of lessons and advice so that I may improve my writing skills and engage my reader better. In conclusion, I would like to say with Patricia O?Conner that, ? [a] good writer can express an extremely complicated idea clearly and make the job look effortless?
To the citizens it symbolizes a higher authority that is capable of doing great harm and is always watching. “We aren’t allowed inside the buildings anymore; but who would want to go in? Those buildings belong to the Eyes.” (166). The fear that the Eyes add to the story line reminds the reader how aggressive and evil the government of Gilead is, that the characters of the novel have such strong fear towards these people. From this the characters weaknesses are apparent.
The reader is expected to go above and beyond simply reading a book. Everything an author does is purposeful and intentional, it is up to the reader to recognize these things and get the most out of the book they can. Although Morrison employs many other narrative techniques within Sula being able to recognize the narrator, the cruxes and the themes the reader can gain a better understanding and appreciation for the narrative they are reading and the argument (in this case) that Morrison is making for women experiences. Works Cited Abbot, Porter H. The Cambridge Introduction to Narrative. New York: Cambridge UP, 2009.
Today, with the introduction ... ... middle of paper ... ...eople created the monsters inner ugliness by prejudging it and then moan about it when it turns evil. To conclude Shelley makes the reader have sympathy for the monster and then destroys it using different methods. She uses narration, settings, symbolism and the characters themselves to do so. She also structures the poem in such a way that the reader feels disgust and sympathy at various times. The monster is a successful literary character because he makes you change your mind on whether you like or loathe him.
As you can see, to write an enjoyable book, these qualities are essential. Good characters allow you to understand the character better and therefore understand the story as well. Fast-paced plots satisfy our attention spans and keep us interested. Finally, detail lets you picture what is going on in the story in your head. Keeping this in mind when choosing a book will provide for a better experience.
Figurative language stimulates the reader’s imagination since authors explain details so that one subject can be compared to another. Another positive feature of figurative language is that it helps the readers understand what the author is trying to say without any confusion comprehend complicated ideas. Using metaphors and hyperbolic verbalisms, the author enhances the reader’s enjoyment and raises interest in the character’s themselves. In addition, similes can describe a characters persona. For example, when Iago states that "Your heart is burst.