Assessment 2: Image 3

Green explores how certain mechanisms and ways of writing allow the narrative and it’s themes to make the reader mentally put themselves in situations that they feel connected to in the story they’re reading. This is depicted through use of highly detailed and descriptive language and metaphors that add to the reading experience. (Green 1996).

Jon Snow narrative.jpg
(Kit Harington reading book, atozwalls.com. 2014)

This image depicts the reader’s thoughts and views whilst reading a narrative and how a story is able to influence reader’s to put themselves into situations in their minds along with how they would feel in terms of their emotions and their mental process.

Green explores how certain mechanisms and ways of writing allow the narrative and it’s themes to make the reader mentally put themselves in situations they wouldn’t normally be and learn what is comfortable to them and what would make them feel uncertain of themselves (Green 1996).

I used pixlr to demonstrate the reader putting themselves through the character by creating a thinking bubble along with inserting another image into that bubble to give the effect of the reader showing their thought process. Creative writing is able to do this by taking from human experience and putting it into a portrayal that is informative and structured in a way that breaks boundaries by creating narratives that people do not usually see within their society.

This image was sourced through atozwalls.com and was allowable for ”share” and ”download”

References:

Green, M. (1996). Mechanisms of narrative-based belief change. [online] Available at: https://etd.ohiolink.edu/!etd.send_file?accession=osu1235579429&disposition=inline [Accessed 5 Oct. 2017].

denofgeek.com (2014). How to swing a sword. [image] Available at: http://www.denofgeek.com/tv/game-of-thrones/30881/game-of-thrones-the-things-jon-snow-does-know [Accessed 7 Oct. 2017].

atozwalls.com(2014). Kit Harington reading book. (image) Available at: http://www.atozwalls.com/download?wall=kit_harington_reading_book_2378j8.jpg (Accessed 7 October 2017)

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