Roseberry Topping is the name of a distinctive hill which was mentioned in the writing. The travel writing is descriptive as it creates effects and atmospheres for the reader. To achieve these effects the author uses a variety of literary techniques such as metaphors, similes and personifications. In this travel writing, the author talks about the North Yorkshire coast. The text covers three different places in three different paragraphs which all of them are set within the North Yorkshire coast.
By using existing places, Twain enables the reader to have a more realistic view of the story. In doing this, Twain is using the literary device of Realism. In addition to Twain's use of realism in the setting, he utilizes a number of Romantic techniques to convey detailed aspects of the character's environment. Romantic literature often includes personification. In Huckleberry Finn, Twain clearly personifies nature.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte The focus of this paper is to discuss the romantic elements as well as the character of Heathcliff being a Byronic hero in Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. The major characteristics of Romanticism that can be taken from the reading of Wuthering Heights are the use of love of nature, passion and love, identity and the supernatural or possibility of. Nature plays a large role in the romanticism of Wuthering Heights. There is a clash of the elements throughout the novel in the form of storm(s) and calm both physically and between characters. The striving for transcendence.
Nature is used by Charlotte Bronte in Jane Eyre to develop and emphasize Jane’s emotions, thoughts and moods throughout the novel, as well as exaggerating and metaphorically pre-empting the shaping of her story. In Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte uses natural descriptions of weather, light and references to vivid colours linked with nature as a means of echoing and developing Jane Eyre’s moods. Pathetic fallacy is threaded thought the events of Jane’s story in order to echo Jane’s emotions and thoughts, and develop similar attitudes in the reader. “Midsummer shone (…) suns so radiant” this natural description in the opening sentence of chapter XXIII reflects Jane’s happiness and comfort in her situation whilst also revealing her over whelming passion for Mr. Rochester. The use of pathetic fallacy is frequent in this novel and Bronte used it to resonance numerous different emotions or moods at different points of the novel; “the rain still beating continuously (…) wind howling (…) cold as stone.” This an example of pathetic fallacy used earlier on in the novel, when Jane is trapped in the red room as a child.
It shows that the personality of Marlowe is very romantic and everything is perfect with him. It also emphasizes that his dream is very idyllic. Marlowe also illustrates the senses to make the love letter become more effective. In the first stanza, he talks about the ‘hills and valleys’ (3) and it demonstrates the smell and the scene of nature. Also, he talks about the ‘wool’ (13) and the birds and the shepherd ‘dances and sings’ (25), which shows the senses of touch and hear to make the poem so beautiful.
Rebecca Taylor Bounds AP Lang 3 12/09/15 Pretty Place There are many exquisite places in South Carolina. For example, Downtown Greenville, Reedy River, Table Rock, and Caesar's Head are among the many in this state. Among these beautiful places is Pretty Place. People come from all over South Carolina and North Carolina to embrace the majestic view of this chapel overlooking the mountains. By how the mountains overlap each other with vibrant colors of every season and how the sun stretches out over the cross as if it were Jesus standing right before you is the reason why this view is so gorgeous luring.
Mikaela Payant Kirby Ms. Barker ENG4U November 6th The poem Daffodils by William Wordsworth is a lyrical ballad poem, throughout the whole poem you will notices that the author reflects the connections between man and nature, this is very common in Wordsworths’ poems. He uses a variety do sounds devices to communicate ideas in the poem. As mentioned before the main theme of the poem is the connections between man and nature, human emotions inspired by the nature that we are surrounded by, this allow us to understand ourselves a little more. Wordsworth uses imagery to give us readers a sense if imagination, it makes the poem more realistic and relatable. The reader gets images painted I their head such as lakes, fields, trees, stars “beside the lake, beneath the trees”.
Under those giants’ pen, birds always contain poet’s emotions of joy, leisure, tranquility or loneliness, their desire to live close to nature, and their innocent or deep love for someone. Yeats was an outstanding creator of symbols. He used winding stairs, spinning tops, gyres, and spirals as important symbols in his poem of the 1920s and 1930s. They were closely related to his philosophy of life and history, and he had the ability to communicate the power and significance of his
An Analysis of Wordsworth’s Personal Change Though the values that compose Wordsworth’s personal principles undergo transformation throughout the years, Wordsworth’s moral dependency on the lustrous beauties and colorful formations of nature are always present in his life. He writes of the intense impressions nature leaves on his heart; that even “In hours of weariness” (27) and loneliness, swallowed up by crowded towns and bustling cities, the memories of the banks of the Wye provide Wordsworth with sweet sensations that revitalize his mortal soul and heart (27-30). The poet explains that these memories of nature offer “tranquil restoration” (30) to his mind, influencing his deeds of “kindness and of love” (35), even when he is not aware of the memory. This “tranquil restoration” is the key element that fuels the transformation of Wordsworth’s youthful experience of nature to his present experience of nature. Wordsworth describes that as a boy, his interactions with nature (the Wye in particular) were not unlike a “roe” (67) being lead about by the marvels of the countryside.
Clarke uses a variety of methods to make Miracle on St Davids day so memorable and uplifting from tone to language and even to the overall message of the poem. The use of foreshadowing is strong throughout the poem The first stanza is very bright. It uses personification ‘ the sun treads the path among cedars and enormous oaks’ to describe the beautiful day, the vibrant yellow colour of daffodils symbolising happiness. This sets the scene of a beautiful, warm day. The country house is made to seem quite grand as it talks of ‘... gardeners between the nursery shrubs’.