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I dont really have a limitation to the audience for my short story, as I wanted it to appeal to a wide range of audiences, as the message thats being implied dominates range of opinions

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Chandni Jounija (1st draft) Commentary I don't really have a limitation to the audience for my short story, as I wanted it to appeal to a wide range of audiences, as the message that's being implied dominates range of opinions and ideology amongst several different people, and therefore this would allow them to appreciate it. I have done this, because I believe my short story is expanded in such a diverse way, that it not just involves, but engages many people. The primary purpose for my short story is to entertain, although it has an important secondary purpose to inform the society about the attitudes which are being prolonged in our democratic state. I chose to write an entertaining as well as an informative piece, and aimed it at a wide audience spectrum, because the purpose ...read more.

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a silent voice, (young boy) distressed grammar school student, (John) frustrated adult and a (Lily Hopkins) Health agony aunt. As my short story consists of four monologues; they all embed different lexemes, pragmatics, and ideology. However even after such a contrast, emerge together to construct an explicit piece. Syntactically, I have used various different sentence structures mainly of complex, mostly provided with subordinate clauses. Simple sentences are used to emphasise a turning point or statement. I have also used some constructive simple sentences, to convey subliminal messages, in order to emphasise the key points of the argument, "If only the west would realise how fortunate they are.' I have used a range of sentence types, mainly declaratives 'gives you many health problems'. ...read more.

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As there are 4 different monologues, the writing style varies. Although the writing is formal, there's a fusion on colloquialism. The second monologue creates a northern English dialect, where I had to research my terminology, to make sure the lexemes used were appropriate. Rhetorical questions engage the reader in my style models, and therefore I used this throughout, "is everyone like this I wonder?". Imagery and semantic field of society, wealth, poverty and stressed, fused in really well to maintain the right tone. As jargon is being used, some knowledge of pragmatics is necessary. "American cultural imperialism," many people would need to understand what this is to relate to why its being used As a whole I believe that my short story has not just produced unique monologues, but also has developed a great argument, over a topic so conterversial in our current society. ...read more.

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