Name Professor Course Date Introduction Every story has a design of revealing or narrating it depending on the intentions and provision of the writer or narrator. Different stories take different forms of narration as well as composes of different messages in most of the cases. The message passed is brought up or understood by the intended group and not everyone if at all the story was not made to apply to everyone. Understanding the storyline and its provisions are important for a person so as not to apply assumptions or even the wrong information interpretation. The narration applies different stylistic devices towards attaining its meaning and relevance. The two stories resonate to have different takes in communicating the message to the audience. The narrator applies to use certain measures of the stylistic devices towards giving the message a meaning as well as understanding the author’s historical part the narration by Edgar portrays the destruction of the life of the old man by the narrator. He takes out to destroy and kill the man even after the man realizing of the intentions before it occurred. The two stories also apply to use different languages in the narrative. The Bradbury story uses poetic language that it uses several stylistic devices in explaining the aspects surrounding the story. On its part the story by Edgar is based on a normal and layman language with the lesser application of the stylistic device. It is simpler to understand and interpret. Work cited Poe Edgar Allan and James Mason. The tell-tale heart. John Fraser Associates 2002.Bradbury Ray. There will come soft rains. Perfection Learning Corporation 1989. Feldstein A. and W. Wood. "There Will Come Soft Rains." Weird Fantasy 17 (1996).Hillerby Cassie. "Mind-Style in Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart." [...]
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