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Voice Lesson #3. Imagery The verbal representation of sense experience, that brings the immediacy of sensory experience to writing and gives voice a distinctive quality. Consider This!. The many men, so beautiful! And they all dead did lie: And a thousand thousand slimy things

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Voice Lesson #3

Imagery

The verbal representation of sense experience, that brings the immediacy of sensory experience to writing and gives voice a distinctive quality.

consider this
Consider This!

The many men, so beautiful!

And they all dead did lie:

And a thousand thousand slimy things

Lived on; and so did I

Within the shadow of the ship

I watched their rich attire:

Blue, glossy green, and velvet black

They coiled and swam; and every track

Was a flash of golden fire.

-Samuel Taylor Coleridge, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”

  • Discuss:
  • 1) These stanzas show the Marine’s changing attitude toward the creatures of the sea. What is the Mariner’s attitude in the first stanza? What image reveals this attitude.
  • 2) What is the Mariner’s attitude in the second stanza? Analyze the imagery that reveals this change.
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  • Think of a cat or a dog you can describe easily.
  • First, write a description which reveals a positive attitude toward the animal.
  • Then think of the same animal and write a description which reveals a negative attitude. Remember that the animal’s looks do not change; only your attitude changes. Use imagery rather than explanation to create your descriptions.