Alliteration helps highlight words. It also helps the poem sound more dramatic. The internal and external rhyme scheme of the Raven made it more enjoyable to read. In the line, “Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,” the words dreary and weary rhyme. This poem is very well organized with words chosen very carefully making it smooth and easy to recite.
In this poem there is more distinctive visual than, ‘the lady feeding the cats’ because Stewart uses more adjectives to describe the moths also he uses water and weather imagery, he also uses dramatic use of violent adjective. Stewart uses adjectives throughout the entire poem, in line one he uses, “Such a blaze of snow, such a smoke of sleet, such a fume of moths in the air. Stewart also uses violent adjectives to describe the moths, he makes the moths sound like they’re bigger than everything. Both Stewart and McCubbin use distinctive visual in their texts to explore how the Australian Environment can be unique and they also show the audience, the depth of the visual used in the texts. In the poem the moths Stewart uses different imagery to describe the moths and how they have power, Stewart uses a lot of weather imagery in his poem like, snow, sleet, wind, gust, storm which describes the moths being “snow-white”.
When Newt Hoenikker asks these questions it’s related to the situation whether you’re choosing to chase or run from it. For example, Newt was telling the narrator about his sister Angela’s marriage. He was explaining why he hated Angela’s husband. He described how he thought it was a very happy marriage from the way Angela talked about it. He held his hands six inches apart and spread his fingers and said, “See the cat?
Page 1 of 3 English Standard: Assessment Task No 5 The poem, ‘Lady Feeding the Cats’ conveys distinct images of a poor, old woman who cares for stray cats in the Domain that challenges widely held assumptions such as the coexistence with ‘beauty’ and ‘ugly’. “Proudly… they march together with an arching of backs”. Anthropomorphism is used within the cats, which connects the readers emotionally to the text by conveying that cats are not as different as humans themselves. The formed image within the reader of the cats which “march together with an arching of backs” prompts the reader to be reminded of an army of soldiers proudly marching towards the enemy. Steward uses metaphors to create a distinct image of the cats within the readers, “those outlaws prowling about the Domain”.
Lovely bride!” bring the story into the present tense and the use of short sentences make the words more powerful. Also the phrase “She hurried at his words…” gives the reader a sense of time- by using a mixture of dialogue and the author saying that someone has spoken gives the poem more depth, showing that some points are more relevant than others. Keats did this as to point the reader at the points which create the story. The phrase “’Hark! ‘tis an elfin-storm from faery land…” has a bit of ambiguity about it.
This quote is a very good example of an adjective, because it is very descriptive and vivid which helps the reader picturize this. Now we can see that adjectives can change the story to another story. "There was a sound like a great matted yellow hive of bees within a dark bellows, the lazy bumble of
Letting you know, re-ensuring you through the storms of striking conflicts and rest you on the outcome of the storyline. The sensory language that Steinbeck brought into existence had succeeded when it grew into a visualization as if the reader also rides the journey with Lennie and George and the emotional connections are established. Talking more about the strategy and the technique angles of such gifted writer, in the novel of Of Mice and Men, Lennie was created to manipulate the excitement of fear into the book and further more to the readers. Bouncing to another angle, the repetition method was applied where George always gets angry and had enough with Lennie's troubles but the circle went on when George again feels sorry for Lennie, who doesn't understand the complicated life that he has. Foreshadowing was another ingredient added in the story to introduce the readers to ideas of incidents that become main parts of the story as it proceeded.
The sport of sledding also takes place during winter, and it is used as a means of suicide by Ethan and Mattie. In Ethan Frome, the cat represents Zeena. Ethan imagines the cat as Zeena when he and Mattie are sitting by the fire in the living room. “The cat who had been a puzzled observer of these unusual movements, jumped up into Zeena’s chair, rolled itself into a ball, and lay watching them with narrowed eyes.” (Chapter 5) The cat develops the isolation theme because even when Ethan and Mattie are alone, Zeena is still there, separating them from each other. The cat also develops the going beyond the community theme in the story.
The UCS is the water being squirted The UCR is the startle of the cat The NS is the sound of the clicker The CS is the sound of the clicker The CR is the startle of the cat at the sound of the clicker 2. My cat never gets on the furniture when I am around. This is an example of operant conditioning as the training of the cat to stay off the furniture would likely involve punishment for whenever the cat was found on the coach to train the cat to stay on the floor. This learning would have had to involve repetition before the cat would learn the consequences of his behavior therefore operant conditioning would best describe this example. 3.