This essay uses "A Yellow Raft in Blue Water" to compare characters through their language (register).
Often times a character in literature is characterized by his or her actions, since many people believe that actions speak louder than words. However, A Yellow Raft in Blue Water provides a different way of characterization, since characters can be compared and contrasted through their register; the way that they describe their surrounds and feelings. For example, the three main characters of the book, Rayona, Christine, and Ida are all very keen to detail, which is shown by their use of metaphors and similes. But despite this similarity, they are different in how they describe these de…
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