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  • Passage By Odysseus
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    In the epic the Odyssey by Homer (translated by Robert Fitzgerald) one of the most descriptive and best written passages in the entire epic is " The Slaying of the Suitors" (book 23 lines 1-62). This is a good passage for many reasons, one of these is that it is a part of the story that has been built up and anticipated by all. Another is the vivid imagery used by Homer. There is one more reason, this being the tone of the passage. The tone of this passage is very important to it and adds very m...
  • Act Of Janie Shooting Tea Cake
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    Tone Analysis of the selected passage from Their Eyes Were Watching God The somber and effusive tone of the selected passage from Their Eyes Were Watching God, by Zora Neale Hurston, is shown through its general diction and imagery. Hurston uses skillfully chosen words to enhance the imagery, and both devices contribute to the tone of this scene. The somber and the effusive tone can be seen in this passage, which also happens to be the climax of the novel in which Hurston gives the reader a dram...
  • Passage From The Sound Of Waves
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    In this excerpt from The Sound of Waves, Yukio Mishima's use of descriptive diction and imagery depicts the tumultuous island during the storm and helps the reader visualize the milieu and events of the passage. The reader feels an understated, ironic excitement and anticipation that is established in this passage because of the author's diction. This simple but illustrative passage from The Sound of Waves altogether creates an enhanced experience and familiarity with the backdrop and atmosphere...
  • Franklin's Tone
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    Franklin's Tone In his Remarks Concerning the Savages of North America, Benjamin Franklin expresses his attitude toward the white settlers, and the 'savage' Native-Americans. Franklin's fluctuating style of tone in his writing can not go neglected, as it is left naked to criticism. In revealing his perspective on the white settlers and the Native-Americans, Franklin's audience is left to question who the real 'savages' are. Franklin's passage is perceivable, though not physically, divided into t...
  • Fujishin's Passage
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    A passage from Creating Communication by Randy Fujishin discusses the impact you have on others through what you say and do. I believe that there is much truth Fujishin's passage. When he states: "Your every word and deed can leave an indelible imprint on the minds and hearts of others. Be conscious of your choices as you create messages to others". I fully agree with him. I believe that what you say people can remember and maybe feel hurt forever. But generally people just forget. While reading...

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