Tutor profile: Justine F.
Using the DAFOREST tools for non-fiction writing, write a restaurant review. (Can be adapted to fit business, scientific, and technological writing styles). (Direct Address, Alliteration, Facts, Opinions, Rhetorical Question, Emotive Language, Statistics, rule of Three)
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How does Dickens present the Ghost of Christmas Future in "A Christmas Carol"?
The Ghost of Christmas Future is by far the most daunting of ghosts met along Scrooge's journey. Dickens describes the ghost as a figure "shrouded in a deep black garment" that scatters "gloom and mystery" wherever it goes. The reader is drawn to the word "shroud" as a garment most often associated with funerals and death. These connotations bring about a sense of dread when considering Scrooge's position in the novel. He is facing a character that represents his future and the most significant symbol to which it can be associated is death. The reader is left feeling ominously for Scrooge's delicate fate.
How does Ciaran Carson use structure to convey meaning in "Belfast Confetti"?
Carson's poem is structured in a way that mirrors the context of the poem. He is writing about an individual caught up in the aftermath of an explosion during The Irish Troubles. The use of caesura and enjambment as well as the semantic field created around punctuation gives the reader a sense of disruption and chaos. The poem begins with an exclamation and ends with an interrogative, thus flipping the usual pattern of speech (question;answer) on its head mirroring the fact that once familiar Belfast has become an unknowable war-zone.
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