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    with the signs, symbols and sounds we call language. Children typically develop language at a similar rate, resulting in the ability to measure their progress against set milestones. (Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, 2016) Linguist Michael Halliday surmises that there are seven functions for which a child uses language for; Instrumental, is to make something happen (e.g. “Can you please pass me the book?”). Regulatory language attempts to control behaviours (e.g. “you

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    rhyme scheme, due to the use of free verse. They both use repetition of some words. Dickinson repeated the words “we passed”. While Whitman repeated several words such as “waking”, “longing”, “withdraw” and “better”. They both used descriptive language. Dickinson described the “Dews” that “drew quivering and chill”, her “gown” which was made of “Gossamer”, her “Tippet” which was “only Tulle”. She also gave us a description of the house of death, which was “A swelling of the ground, The

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    It is right here that the author sets the tone of the essay. She gives you the idea that she was not special enough to put on this gem of England. In doing this she makes a social appeal to anyone looking for a view of colonization. In using descriptive language she make you feel sorry for her in the how she had to “Draw a map of England”(p.63), at the end of every test. Everything she had was “Made in England”(p.62). It is here that Kincaid is trying to appeal to your emotions. She is trying to

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    An Analysis of Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening The images in the poem “Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost are very vivid. . The man telling the story is telling events as they happened in his own eyes. His descriptive language allows you to picture the events in your own head, as if you were watching them occur. Frost structures this poem very interestingly. He uses inverted sentences, which are common in poems because of the way they seem to flow, the atmosphere they

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    Use of Character, Symbolism, and Descriptive Language in Linda Pastan's Ethics As people evolve from children to young adults and finally to maturity, they find that they are constantly faced with difficult decisions.  Learning to make the right choice in a difficult situation is one of the hardest lessons to learn.  Many people make choices without considering what the results may be.  They only look to the future for knowledge instead of considering the knowledge already discovered in the

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    At Cooloola

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    At Cooloola At Cooloola is a lyrical poem written by a well recognized Australian poet, Judith Wright. This poem creatively describes a beautiful scene of nature. The poet uses highly descriptive language and a diverse range of poetic devices to engage the reader into imagining a picture of how peaceful and serene this exquisite the scenery is down by Lake Cooloola. Underlying the subject matter is the implied theme that the lake is under threat from “conquering people” who will not protect its

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    Komix In "Klassik Komix" Steven Millhauser uses the well-known poem, "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by T. S. Elliot, to create an intermediary between complex poetic prose and the simplicity of the classic comic book. He uses descriptive language to beautifully capture the importance a writer's medium in the literary interpretation of his/her work while also demonstrating his love for the imagination. The original form of "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" is a poem, made up

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    mental images of contrasting scenery with the mention of the encroaching cotton gins, garages, and gas pumps around Emily’s grand, but decaying home on what the author calls a “select street”, (Xroads, 2005). The Author’s smooth use of imagery and language drew me deep into the story after only the first paragraph, and it just kept getting better. I enjoyed this story for a number of reasons, which included how the author laid out the plot. The story was not told in a chronological order, thus allowing

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    Carried is a riveting tale of struggle and sacrifice, self indulgence and self pity, and the intrapersonal battles that reeked havoc on even the most battle tested soldiers. O’Brien is able to express these ideas through eloquent writing and descriptive language that makes the reader feel as if he were there. The struggle to avoid cowardice is a prevailing idea in all of O’Brien’s stories. In “On the Rainy River”, O’Brien writes of intrapersonal struggle in its most profound form. The gripping torture

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    Conflict

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    climbed the high earth-bank, where a dim and little- traveled trail led eastward through the fat spruce timberland” (561). From that very first sentence the audience can immediately tell that this is going to be a dramatic story. The strong and descriptive language prepares us for the rest of the story. The beginning of Updike’s “A&P” sets a much different tone for the story to follow. He wrote, “In walks these three girls in nothing but bathing suits. I’m in the third checkout slot, with my back to the

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