When two groups or people from different civilizations come into contact with each other, in theory both groups believe that their way of life is the sophisticated one and the other’s is the savage one, but more often than not, there is little difference between the two groups.
Anyway, television programming is corrupting our youths' minds; they are being stupefied and are becoming virtual vegetables as they are molded by the programs they view to be lazy, selfish, and to forsake all their moral and ethical values.
All these features contribute to how the poem will be read, and when the poem is read, the sound, furthered by alliteration, assumes an alternating rhythm of excitement and measured awareness....
AERLINN(Sindarin, aer+ lin, "ocean-song," sometimes spelled aerlin): As part of his , Tolkien sought to fill out his imaginary words with complete histories, mythologies, and poetic traditions. Accordingly, he invented the aerlinn, an imaginary genre of Elvish poetry that Tolkien devised to be background for The Lord of the Rings. Aerlinns are with a seven-line stanza-structure rhyming aababcc. The form may be loosely inspired by the seven-line stanza invented by Chaucer in the fourteenth century that later came into its own as . The aerlinn's conventional theme would be a or an , usually to Elbereth or another of the . Tolkien's etymology for the word connects holiness with the ocean. In his , the potentially immortal Elves eventually suffer a sea-longing. They feel a compulsion that calls them to sail over the western sea to join the Valar and leave behind the world of men. Below is a sample aerlinn in Elvish from the end of chapter one, "Merry Meetings," in The Two Towers:
I am not sure which classification these examples fit into:
Note that in the first example above the bit ofmoralizingplaced into the sentence appears to be more natural and acceptable thanif it were stated separately as a kind of moral conclusion, which wasnotthe purpose or drift of the article.
Still seems confusing, doesn't it.
The thrilling atmosphere, unkind yet amusing employees, and scrumptious food the Billy Goat Tavern has to offer enhance the old bar into a wonderful, one-of-a-kind, enjoyable spot to dine....
The meaning and intonation emanates from within.
Sometimes a given device ortrope will fall mainly into a single category, as for example anexpletiveis used mostly for emphasis; but more often the effects of a particulardevice are multiple, and a single one may operate in all threecategories.