Isak Dinesen "The Ring" elements of his style
Dinesen's Special Recipe
In writing, authors use elements to enhance and give the reader a clearer understanding of the literature. Many times authors use more than one element such as imagery and positive/negative connotation to mix up their style. Isak Dinesen mixes those elements to help give the reader a vivid understanding of the story in "The Ring."
Imagery is defined as the use of details that appeal to the reader's senses of sight, touch, taste, smell, and hearing. The introduction and beginning of "The Ring" take the readers to a happy and peaceful countryside. When the autho…
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