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Creative Writing Skill CLS 1323 Mdm. Hamidah. Presentation 2. Members: Khayaetiry Mani Nasuha Mohamed Amin Jasween Kaur Ram Singh Nafilah Nafsiah Mohamed Ali. Imagery normally make up a picture in the reader’s mind refer to a descriptive language that evokes sensory experience.

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Creative Writing SkillCLS 1323

Mdm. Hamidah



Members:

Khayaetiry ManiNasuha Mohamed AminJasweenKaur Ram SinghNafilahNafsiah Mohamed Ali


Imagery

  • normally make up a picture in the reader’s mind

  • refer to a descriptive language that evokes sensory experience.


  • Aural imagery-sense of hearing/sound

  • Looking for a God

  • ‘high-pitched wailing’,

  • ‘Insect singing’

Patterns of imagery

  • Visual imagery-sense of sight

  • Looking for a Rain God

  • Eg: Soft green moss


The lake isle of innisfree by william butler yeats
The Lake Isle of Innisfree’ by William Butler Yeats

  • Visual Imagery (‘veils of the morning’, ‘midnight’s all a glimmer’, ‘noon a purple glow’, ‘evening full of the linnet’s wings’)

  • Aural Imagery (‘bee-loud glade’, ‘cricket sings’, ‘lake water lapping’)


  • Olfactory imagery-sense of smell

  • E.g. His socks, still soaked with sweat from Tuesday's P.E. class, filled the classroom with an aroma skin to that of salty, week-old, rotting fish.


Importance

  • is used to makes the poet’s meaning strong, clear and sure.

  • present his subject as it is: as it looks, smell, tastes, feels and sounds.



Simile and Metaphor

  • use comparison to show the relationship between different things, or to picture something in a unique way.


Simile

  • a type of figure of speech that compares two unlike things, using the words “like” or “as’.

    EG:

  • The house was as large as a castle.

  • He fought like a lion in battle


Metaphor

  • a metaphor says that ONE thing is ANOTHER thing.

  • compares without using “like” and “as”

    Eg:

  • Life is a brief candle.

  • The girls were tigers on the playing field, devouring the competition.



Symbol

  • It is an object, person, situation or action that has a number of meanings.

    Eg:

  • ‘Of BungaTelur and Bally Shoes’ by Che

    HusnaAzhari

  • ‘How Dalat Got Its Name’ by Heidi

    Munan.


Allusion

  • is a reference to a specific person, place, or thing.

  • commonly made to the Bible, nursery rhymes, myths, famous fictional or historical characters or events, and an be used in prose and poetry.


Eg:

  • Get off the roof!Who do you think you are,Spiderman?

  • Here's one more Biblical allusion:"Like the prodigal son, he returned to his home town and was welcomed by all who knew him".


personification

  • the act of attributing human characteristics to abstract idea.

    Eg

  • In the necklace by Henry Lawson, the necklace was feeling proud to be worn in the queen’s neck.



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