The bag portrays spooky trees and a glowing Chester the Cheetah. The font of the bag are all in bold and enlarged; some of the letters are even glowing. This blog post advertises with the rhetorical move of Pathos. The company persuades the eager eyes of children that are ready to celebrate Halloween. They attack the kids with their vivid language by posting, “All those afraid of the dark, never fear.
His humor in “Journey” is outstanding as well as his compassion in “April” His writing style as well as him being a funny wordsmith may have been the root to his success in attracting such a wide range of audience that admire his works. His sense of humor how he described April, the spider “It slayed me that she had eight eyes, and that none of them seemed to do her any good. They were more like decoration, really, a splay of beads crowded above her chelicerae (April 4-5). Another comical way he
Toward the end of the commercial, he seemed puzzled and sad. His mouth was wrinkled up and his eyes drooped down. It causes the audience to feel sympathetic because he had a problem that he could not solve. The commercial consisted of four animals that seemed friendly. There were cartoon characters of a cow, fox, turtle, and an owl.
But as we read or watch an ad, we become more involved”(130). This ad is a good example of glamorizing with visuals; it shows five animated figures being washed away by the Fast-Max Cold, Flu, and Sore Throat liquids. Just by the ad being animated it catches the of the reader. Even though O’Neill is on the side of advertising he shows how deceptive they really are and how observant the public has to
“You don’t like anything that’s happening”… “I like Allie and I like doing what I’m doing right now. Sitting here with you, and talking, and thinking about stuff, and-“, in this conversation with Phoebe Holden shows that he is happiest when he is with his siblings. Holden finds himself depressed when he is alone with his thoughts but when around the people he loves he is happy. In the plot of the book Holden is usually alone thinking back to when he was with his family. His Character labels himself “yellow” and often feels isolated.
I think Dodgers games are extremely fun even if your rooting for the opposite team, it’s just amazing to be in the stadium. My most amazing day was when I went to the Dodgers game with my cousins, brother, and sister-in law. Throwing peanuts at Giants fans and random people made my day amazing. Most people weren’t even noticing that we were throwing the peanuts at them. Ishmael was making it obvious because he was laughing
The main character a ginger tom cat is the most comic character within this tale. He brags at how he is able to “woo” the female cats with his acrobatic tricks and his singing; however the reader will see that his perception of himself is very wrong. She writes how “fans” at his concerts deluge [him] with pails of the freshest water, vegetables hardly spoiled and, occasionally, slippers, shoes and boots” Carter has shown how all these “gifts” that Puss thinks he is getting are actually refuse to shut him up creating a comic effect for the reader. Carter also uses course language against elevated language to create a comic affect as well, for the reader “tonguing my arsehole with the impeccable hygienic integrity of cats” this creates shock for the reader but also humour as he is very blunt with his language. As Carters other tales within her collection are darker, this can be seen as light relief.
There were visuals around the theater, which made it easier to understand and visualize what Lopez was trying to describe when writing the song. The sorrow of the princess was definitely felt by the audience and it was heard throughout the piece. Since the piece was intended to be sad, it remained in a minor key for the most part. I did notice that as the intensity of the song (when the princess’ father send soldiers to capture the two lovers) was shown by using louder dynamics such as fortissimo (ff) rather than piano (p) or pianissimo (pp). Lopez also included more use of the percussion and brass instruments such as the tuba, trombone, trumpet and horn making the suspense grow.
It is easy to see that behind the facades of enjoyment and bliss lies the truth of unfaithful spouses, suppressed women, and unhappy lives. Fitzgerald’s descriptions of vibrant colors even falls into the realm of sound, describing the “yellow cocktail music” (44). The emphasis on these primary colors highlights the consistent boldness of the rich and their structured extravagance that excludes those who cannot meet these standards. Nick also points out the excessive lighting that
The dung was actually thawing it out! It lay there all warm and happy, and soon began to sing for joy. A passing cat also very cold heard the bird singing and went closer to investigate. Following the sound, the cat discovered the bird was under the pile of cow dung, and promptly dug it out and ate it while enjoying the warmth of the cow dung. Moral of the story: 1.