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    Vivid Images Several Story’s Imagery Explained To be successful in writing, it is required to have the capability to create exquisite imagery. You need to be able to put the readers into the situation, make them feel, smell, taste, hear everything. You have to be able to make the story real and bring it to life around them. Stories that are explanatory and lack imagery become dull and lifeless. The tale needs to be shown, not told. In these four passages, imagery is used artistically and mastered:

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    material for "all." Identifying the paradox, perhaps, as that which begins the Biblical account of the Creation, even the rationalist may regain interest in the succession of images describing the "building" of "this Globe"in what one might expect to be Biblical terms, but any reader looking for any logical relation between these images is quickly lost again, as metaphors for "this globe" shift from a wood-turning, to an iron casting, to a stone edifice, a corse...

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    used to help convey the idea. EPÙÓ, Greek for Eros, is shown to be beautiful in Bridges’ poem: beautiful and adored, yet forgotten. Eros is venerated—called “idol”, and he plagues the heart as a “tyrant.” He is a “flower” of “lovely youth,” and an image of “eternal truth.” Through these strong words, Eros is portrayed to be the god that people all look up to in admiration for his credible honor and ideal beauty. Eros is so striking that only the famous Pheidias, the Greek Sculptor, can compare through

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    the theme “Family in Charles Dickens' novel ‘David Copperfield’ ”. Charles Dickens is one of the most popular and ingenious writers of the XIX century. He is the author of many novels. Due to reach personal experience Dickens managed to create vivid images of all kinds of people: kind and cruel ones, of the oppressed and the oppressors. Deep, wise psychoanalysis, irony, perhaps some of the sentimentalism place the reader not only in the position of spectator but also of the participant of situations

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    Le Faux Mirror: A Profile of René Magritte

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    love him? Qu’est-ce que? What is it? She sees him as a man, yet she knows that the future will remember him as an artist. How will he capture them? Of which facets of his art will they philosophize rapturously? Will it be the way his clean and vivid images seal themselves into the mind in a manner that is almost mathematical? Is it the subconscious sense of eroticism that manages to pervade all of his work even through the innocent ... ... middle of paper ... ...dgar Allen Poe. French Translations:

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    and maybe a better understanding of life and death. Death is certain. We cannot escape it, but just because it is inevitable should we just give in to its dark embrace or should we fight against it? In the poem The Black Snake, the speaker uses vivid images to explain what happened and to express his or her feelings about the situation. In the beginning of the poem a black snake darts onto a busy road and is then hit by a truck. Later a motorist finds the dead snake and buries it in the woods. After

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    forever. This was important because images are powerful; to actually see a picture of the Hindenburg in flames, or a Bradman shot for four, or Churchill walking the rubble of Coventry, conveys so much meaning and influence (whether for good or not, or whether these images are manipulated is another question altogether) as to make the gathering and reporting of the news stories associated with the images only an equal partner, or even subservient, to the images themselves. Kevin Kawamato (2004)

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    An Analysis of Birches

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    "Birches" is a memorable poem that is rich and interesting enough to repay more than one reading. Robert Frost provides vivid images of birches in order to oppose life's harsh realities with the human actions of the imagination. "Birches" has a profound theme and its sounds, rhythm, form, tone, and figures of speech emphasize this meaning. Theme "Birches" provides an interesting aspect of imagination to oppose reality. Initially, reality is pictured as birches bending and cracking from the

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    Comparing Owen's Dulce et Decorum Est and Crane's Do Not Weep, Maiden, For War Is Kind Both Stephen Crane's "Do Not Weep, Maiden, For War Is Kind" and Wilfred Owen's "Dulce et Decorum Est" use vivid images, diction rich with connotation, similes, and metaphors to portray the irony between the idealized glory of war and the lurid reality of war. However, by looking at the different ways these elements are used in each poem, it is clear that the speakers in the two poems are soldiers who come

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    Mood of Passage in Snow Falling On Cedars

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    frightening mood. He uses vivid imagery to describe Carl’s dead body. He also uses figurative language, such as metaphors and similes to show the severity of the situation. Finally, his diction shows the reader how reading about a crime scene can seem real if the word choice is right. All the techniques Guterson use help the reader to feel as if they were actually at the scene when Carl’s dead body was found in the ocean. The words that Guterson uses create vivid images in the reader’s mind thanks

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