1. The tone or attitude the speaker takes in this paragraph is calm, very light and somewhat funny and skeptical, because he writes “I have a lurking suspicion that Leo W. Smiley is a myth” and also says “He would go to work and bore me to death”. 2. Simon Wheeler appears to be a fat and bald-headed guy with a very calm personality, very friendly, he never smiled or frowned, and this man was a very serious guy and never changed his voice which I believe he had a monotone voice. 3.
(99). This sets a somber mood to the last chapter, it gives us a feel of quietness, sadness. Setting plays the main mood setter, it gets us ready for the death of Lennie. Crook's room is the part were we learn the inner lives of Crooks, Lennie, Curley' Wife, Candy. "There were battered magazines and a few dirty books on the special self over his bunk.
Scott has further positioned the audience to recognise Tyrell’s overreaching ambition through the use of dialogue particularly between Deckard and Tyrell in Tyrell Corp. Throughout the scene, Tyrell expresses no concern for any of the replicants that
As soon as they finished they hit the road again and about midmorning they came to a dirt road witch was about thirty minutes long and it lead to Samuel’s dirty old trailer. Waylon and Wayne introduced Terry to Samuel and then went in side to make coffee. Samuel told a story for a while as they listen quietly until he stopped and he fell a sleep. CHAPTER 16 In the evening while Samuel was still asleep they made a camp fire and set up their tent right next to it. They ate spaghetti and got ready for bed but Waylon and Wayne chatted for a while and Terry just remembered his old life back at home.
Vonegut also brings William Shakespeare and James Joyce into the picture because they are some of the greatest writers of all time and they never resorted to using large words in their books, instead they used short sentences to convey their stories to the reader .In Vonegut’s essay he says that we Americans are allowed to write anything that we want as stated in the constitution and no one is allowed to tell us otherwise and this is true or else Vonegut wouldn’t have been able to write his essay How to Write
Everyone kept their thoughts to themselves. Henry Thoreau wasn’t like most people. Ever since he was young Thoreau was never afraid to protest against something that he thought wasn’t right. He was never concerned about what people thought about him; he just wanted his message
Slim Slim is the "prince of the ranch." He’s the consummate Western male: masterful, strong, fair-minded, practical, non-talkative, and exceptionally good at what he does. He is a god among men, and his word on any subject is law. He decides who is wrong and right, who’s been naughty, and who’s been nice. The other men recognize his superiority and never question his actions or decisions.
Making his way towards the living room, a cold shiver worked its way down his back and throughout his entire body and he was suddenly aware of the relaxing warmth and calm of his house. His glasses were heavy over his eyes and his limbs sagged. He was tired. Henry took his old leather bound novel from the table near the fireplace. The ribbon used to keep page, once a bright, vibrant red was now faded and worn to a dull purple.
Tyler Marshall In both stories regionalism was very protuberant and played a very important role in describing much about each story’s characters, setting, and theme. They both had some similarities as for as how regionalism was used to describe certain things in the stories, but they also had many differences. The story “The Outcast of Poker Flat” regionalism focused on its climate, moral features of each character, and setting. While the story “The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” mainly focused on using literary device such as tall tales, hyperboles, and local colors. Both stories used regionalism to its fullest but I feel that “The Outcast of Poker Flat” used it the best because the author used more vivid words to describe.
Not only could readers see Batrthelme numbered each fragmentation, but readers also found the peculiarity of the short fiction's structure which readers did not see before. The second obvious characteristic of literary postmodernism in "The Glass Mountain" was blurring genres. Barthelme mixed medieval chivalric romance and fairy tales together; therefore, readers could not tell that the accurate genres of "The Glass Mountain." For example, Barthelme adapted a Polish fairy tales which was collected by Hermann Kletke and then Barthelme mixed the medieval "knight in full armor--one horse's hoof strike fiery sparks from the sides of the mountain" and "a beautiful princess" (SS, 65) together to create the blurring genres of "The Glass Mountain." The third obvious reason that "The Glass Mountain" was a postmodern fiction was because readers could see collages in a