Imagery in "Reflections in the Golden Eye" by Carson Mc Cullers.
Imagery in "Reflections"
"Imagery is a revelation, largely unconscious, given at a moment of heightened feeling, of the furniture of one's mind, the channels of one's thought, the qualities of things, the objects and incidents one observes and remembers, and perhaps most significant of all, those which one does not observe or remember."
From "Shakespeare's Imagery" and what it tells us
By Caroline F. E. Spurgeon (1961)
I must confess that the first time I read Reflections I felt somewhat at a loss while trying to find imagery of some kind. Of course I was able to perceive those images wh…
- Imagery in "Reflections in the Golden Eye" by Carson Mc Cullers.
- Imagery in Literature
- The Role of the Three Witches in Macbeth as Generators of Imagery and Equivocators
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: