This is meant to ignite the mind's eye, whether it is through poetry, short stories, or even drama. It’s the ability to draw a vivid picture while reading is one component that keeps a reader wanting more. Along with the various types of irony which give the story a twist. There are certain concepts one should understand in order to interrupt the various works. The idea is to read a story or poem and gain an understanding of what the author is stating.
Once a reader develops a feel for each character and who they are, the audience begins to foreshadow and analyze a theme for the story. Shakespeare uses imagery and repetition of events in his dialogue to make the story easy to understand. Overall, diction place an important role in every story whether it be describing a character, developing a plot, or understanding a theme.
I find the descriptive style of writing much more enjoyable to read. This style allows me to immerse myself into the details. I am drawn to the character, time or place because of the language the author is using. My senses and emotions are stirred which cause me to be invested in the story. I am not left second guessing what the author’s point of the story was.
Othello represents the "black ram," exhibiting a connotatively negative sense as opposed to the pure "white ewe," Brabantio's daughter. This metaphor instills anger in Brabantio, not because Othello is involved, but because his daughter is losing her purity. The repetition of "now" and "arise" in Iago's cry add urgency to the matter and further alarm Brabantio. As Iago commences his scheme against Othello, he seeks the assistance of Roderigo, who is deeply in love with Desdemona. The ti... ... middle of paper ... ... resulting in him taking his own life over the body of his wife, his friend, his love.
Comparing Poe and Whittman A successful writer is he who is able to transmit ideas, emotions, and wisdom on to his readers. He is cable of stirring emotions and capturing the reader's attention with vivid descriptions and clever dialogues. The writer can even play with the meanings of words and fuse reality with fiction to achieve his goal of taking the reader on a wonderful journey. His tools are but words, yet the art of writing is found in the use of the language to create though-provoking pieces that defy the changing times. Between the lines, voices and images emerge.
He does this by describing things, offering opinions, and making conclusions. By doing this the author can get his point across and the reader can hopefully relate to him. A good author will also paint his own picture by words. He will leave the reader with a picture in his head of what he is describing. A writer’s words are stronger than the stroke of an artist.
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.
Why Is David Sedaris Famous? David Sedaris is famous because he can capture the reader’s attention in a unique way. He appeals to a wide audience and writes in a way that an average person would understand without having to read a sentence several times and analyze its meaning. The way he writes is like having a conversation with him. He also uses literary devices well, such as hyperbole, metaphor, and parallelism to enhance his writing and to engage the audience.
A literary masterpiece is universal, because it has spiritual value and evokes the readers’ emotions through suggestiveness and style. The ability to apply and explain human experience makes a work of literature a masterpiece. People seek to read a work that is relat... ... middle of paper ... ...es masterpieces of the past. Conclusion Stories are a wonderful way to convey ideas while entertaining the reader. Literary masterpieces are one of the most important devices in practice that mirrors society.
Storytelling also expands listening skills that are essential to storytelling. Stories are able to stretch the creative imagination and attention span of the audience. The listeners’ cre... ... middle of paper ... ... which creates clear and flowing prose. After telling their tales to several audiences, storytellers are also able to improve their editing skills based on the feedback that their audiences give them. Storytelling is a powerful method and concept to inspire and motivate better writing.