Analysing the first section of Tickets Please By DH Lawrence
In the opening of tickets please the writer uses a series of prepositions in the opening sentence which echoes the rambling nature of the tram journey. The almost onomatopoeic nature of this opening sentence creates empathy in the reader, making him feel as is he was also on this long journey. The use of prepositions in the opening sentence also creates the feeling of monotony someone would experience on this kind of journey.
The use of adjectives gives the attitude of the narrator to the industrialisation, such as "ugly villages of workmen's houses", the "grimy cold little market-places…
- An argument to support the view that "everything about the play [King Lear] hangs on the first two scenes not just the plot but the values as well."
- Analysing the first section of Tickets Please By DH Lawrence
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