The Importance of Language

The style of the extensively detailed characters and environments, contained in most of Katherine Mansfield’s work, can substantiate more of a plot than explicit, factual content. With her idiosyncratic technique, Mansfield manages to engage the reader through the rich suggestiveness of her surroundings, descriptions and language in “The Tiredness of Rosabel” and “The Garden Party”. […]

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Language analysis for Paradise Lost

Milton read out aloud as he dictated a transcript of the epic. This was apposite as the good Greek epic was recited not read. How has the fact that this passage was recited had an impact on how language is used? Language techniques Repetition: The language technique of repetition is used in this text selection. […]

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Language in Road

Overall the language in Road is of a harsh nature. Nearly all the characters in the play tend to use a lot of swearwords making it a rather ‘shocking’ experience to watch. The type of language they use is actually realistic so it makes you feel as if you are really there. This makes the […]

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The Surreptitious Exploitation of Language

In today’s society, we live in a world that seeks to conceal rather than to reveal. However, education has challenged us to evaluate the vast wealth of knowledge that we acquire on a day to day basis and assess how much information is actually being exposed to us and how much is being masked from […]

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