п»їScheme of the general text analysis
Macro-componential constituents of the text message.
1 . The text under analysis belongs to the belles-lettres functional design. The sub-style is emotive prose. 2 . The title of the selection isвЂ¦The functions in the title: it might introduce the primary character;
it could reveal the interior world of the smoothness;
it may contain the author's concept;
it may be provided metaphorically;
it might serve as a method of cohesion;
it may navigate the reader towards the perception from the text. several. The position in the author:
a separate position (onlooker observes with out taking part); an included position (usually when the publisher is one of the characters or this individual entrusts narration); an omniscient (having unlimited knowledge or perhaps understanding).
5. The type of frequentation:
the first person narrative (more emotional);
the third person story (more objective).
5. The theme of the text is created roundвЂ¦ (retell the text in 7 sentences) 6. Break down the text in to logical parts. Select key-words for each part. 7. The setting entails the place as well as the time of the actions of the doj. If the publisher resorts towards the usage of physical and proper names, he manages to produce credibility. 8. The capabilities of the environment:
mcdougal places the character into genuine recognizable environment; the environment may reveal the inner world of a character;
mcdougal creates a wonderful setting by describing a fantasy world. on the lookout for. The ambiance of the text message is homogeneous (1 key) or not-homogeneous (2 or more keys). Secrets can be severe, dramatic, ironic, humor, cynical, poetic, musical. The picture-making verbs areвЂ¦ 10. Character types:
basic (developed circular one trait) / sophisticated (several traits); primary as well as secondary / fail (background);
static (no changes through the entire text) as well as dynamic (shown in development). 11. Way of character portrayal
direct (the author prices the character himself by conveying the appearance, etc . ); indirect (the reader formulates his opinion about the...