Эссе: All Summer in a Day and Tri, Essay

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... Therefore allowing the development of the readers own thoughts and feelings towards the characters to occur, making the story relevant to them and their personal experiences. In contrast, first person narrative, as used in Tri, brings the reader closer to characters rather than to the story.  "I saw my chance and jumped on him." The use of this technique formes a bond with Tri, the young boy being bullied. A harasser who begins to regret his actions towards tells the story. The harasser is left nameless allowing us to focus on Tri and the horrible events he is exposed to.  Characterisation is a frequent technique which enables the author to gain responses from their reader in regards to the characters. It is the way that the characters are portrayed, the way they react in their environment and to specific events. The carefully crafting of these characters allows authors to gain their desired response from their audience. The building of characters in both All Summer in a Day and Tri occurs within the first paragraphs of the accounts. The use of juxtaposition, similes and metaphors by Roy Bradbury in All Summer in a Day creates a vivid image in the readers mind.  "The children pressed to each other like so many roses, so many weeds intermixed, peering out for a look at the hidden sun." In the initial introduction of the main character we see that she is isolated from her peers, she is the "outsider."  Sympathy is formulated by the way in which Bradbury addresses and speaks about her. Due to this sympathy the young girl is viewed as the innocent victim, we see the story from her point of view. It is this sympathy that is also created during Tri.  ...