Romeo and Juliet and Stylistic Technique Stylistic Essay

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Literary style is a unique way of presenting a piece of writing. The combination of word choice, figurative language, sentence formation, and formality work together to create a mood through which a story is told.
“The studio was filled with the rich odor of roses, and when the light summer wind stirred amidst the trees of the garden… The sullen murmur of the bees shouldering their way through… or circling with monotonous insistence…” The author gives visualizations, feelings, description of a location and details about bees that could be seen and heard.

stylistic technique
Stylistic Elements are the use of any of a variety of techniques such as irony,figurative language,sound devices, and structure to give an auxiliary meaning, idea, or feeling to the literal or written.
By using simile,"From up here on the fourteenth floor, my brother Charley looks like an insect scurrying among other insects." (from "Sweet Potato Pie," Eugenia Collier)

subjective(language tone etc.) personal; closely connected to an author's feelings, attitudes, prejudices, and personal reactions.
“When the lad saw all that wealth, he felt his heart burst with longing to grasp it.”This is SUBJECTIVE because it describes how he felt about the wealth, and not everybody would feel the same way or describe it the same way.

surprise ending
A completely unexpected revelation or turn of plot at the conclusion of a story.
At the end of the story General Zaroff believes that Rainsford has simply given up and jumped off the cliffs and into the sea to meet his death.Rainsford jumped, but not to his death and he hikes back to General Zaroff's home and hides behind his curtain to lay in wait for the hunter.-The most dangerous game.

Suspense is the intense feeling that an audience goes through while waiting for the outcome of certain events.
The jungle man Tarzan falls in love with Jane. Then Jane is carried off by a brutal gorilla. Jane then asks, 'How can any vanquish such a mighty antagonist?'. This question implies to the reader how strong an opponent the gorilla is and what little chance Tarzan has of defeating him. In this way, suspense for Tarzan's life is…