Imagery of physical reactions to agony can convey feeling associated with it to the reader, but Dickinson contrasts this with her own views. The physical reactions of a convulsion, a throe, and eyes glazing over are effective as reminders because they all have a connotation of pain and death. Pain is something that tends to evoke an instinctual fear in people, so as Dickinson describes the painful reactions people have, the reader is reminded of this fear. Because it makes reference to death, the strongest of these descriptions is the one referring to the eyes. “The Eyes glaze once- and that is Death-,” (line 5) creates a vision of a slow process of death.
She recognizes different points of views about the process of writing and that most of theorists know this process as detailed steps. These steps include prewriting, writing, rewriting and the use of strategies to pass the meaning properly. Moreover, she believes that writers should refer to other opinions whil... ... middle of paper ... ... In conclusion, the study of these theories describes that if one wishes to write freely and simple while using the basic conventions of composition, it has to adopt firm rhetorical situations to pass the message clearly. Also the writer has to evaluate the procedure with the reader prose in order to grasp the attention of a broad audience by making the writing immaculate.
O’Brien uses stories with different plots and expresses his ideas. Different plots make readers think in various angles. Krakauer analyzes his thoughts about McCandless and reevaluate the misconception he had about McCandless. Since Krakauer uses voices of multiple individuals, readers will be exposed to different views. All three authors try... ... middle of paper ... ...ing their articulation, they try to make the readers reflect their emotions.
The two passages influence the reader, persuading him to believe that war or hostility is bad and beauty is good, no matter what the situation. Milton's diction, or word choice, in the two excerpts is essential in producing his desired effect. In Passage A, Milton wants to portray the idea that war and conflict are bad; many of his words show the ferocity of confrontation. For example, in the first line he makes known the "adverse" and "hideous … shock" of war. Later, he describes the "horrible discord" of the event in line 5.
Watson has for Sherlock by creating a sense of emotion in the writing. By using descriptive language he is able to express how concerned Dr. Waston was for Sherlock 's sickness, "but it was that gaunt, wasted face staring at me from the bed which sent a chill to my heart". (2) Even with this one line, one can feel the despair and grief that Watson is feeling, seeing his dearest friend lying sick in bed, looking emaciated. The use of language throughout this sentence is what creates this feeling for the readers, he describes Sherlock 's face as "gaunt", which is a powerful word in itself, meaning thin,weariness or grim, and he pairs it with the word "wasted" which means useless, or exhausted physically. These two words combined together creates a sentence with a distinctive imagery for the readers, giving the readers a visual of what Watson is experiencing and seeing.
The central metaphor of the piece under analysis is fasting that stands for suffering of any artist for the sake and because of his art. It appears that the story gives an explanation of how suffering may be both positive and negative experience for the artist. Using the example of the hunger artist, Kafka shows that suffering for the sake of art may be good for it is a source of inspiration and may be a way to self-improvement. On the other hand, the artist may experience suffering because of the art and become its victim just like the hunger artist does.
Furthermore, some have understood research as the transferring of facts from one place to another, but the nature of research extend to describing the goal, formulating a theoretical statement, considering the availability of relevant information as well as gathering data (Brynard et al, 2014:4-5). And gathering data involves the collection, organisation and interpretation of data (Brynard et al, 2014:5). 2. Dimensions of research In order to have a better understanding of the concept of research, four dimensions of research that guides the choices one makes about research methods needs to distinguished. 2.1.
He reviews seemingly intuitive on the surface, yet complex concepts such as sources of knowledge, types of decisions, and four dimensions and decision-making. This paper highlights the complexity, challenge of decision-making processes, and perpetual translation loops beginning from the raw research data then all the way to evaluation of those multiple steps. By building upon and emphasizing on those multi factorial processes and steps, the author explains that better understanding of these concepts would allow organizations fostering building a better learning environment. Methods The article is divided largely in four major sections. The introduction lays out different basic concepts used in knowledge management (KM) for our better understanding of the topic.
Micheal Ondaatje creates meaning and representation in The English Patient, through the structure of his novel. The author portrays the sequence of events in a non-linear fashion to incorporate them as a puzzle-like story. The puzzle is significant because, the reader is constantly unraveling the novels excerpts together. Symbolism is an important aspect of these passages because, it provides a better understanding of the issues related to the novel such as, destruction, identity, escape, unity, and love. Fire is used symbolically and has an appearance in the lives of all characters as a destructive element.
It almost suggests the poet is feeling a bit of pain and sets the mood for the rest of the poem. The setting is partly described with the phrase "green and yellow corridors." The colours are usually associated with hospitals which makes his word choice more effective. The beginning of the second stanza also helps you to understand the poets situation and his feelings. "What seems a corpse is trundled into a lift and vanishes heavenward."