Jane Austen is undoubtedly a very good writer. In her Book Emma, she has come up with diverse literary devices and concepts that drive the reader in anticipation of reading more. For this reason, the main objective towards this paper is to understand the diverse use of literal devices and how they bring about different concepts. At the onset of the book that is the first few chapters, the author describes Emma as a girl or a woman who has it all but her major drawbacks are the source of her downfall. Jane uses the concept of double altitude that makes the readers sympathetic and at the same time creates humor out of the mistakes of Emma (Booth 570).
This is a very difficult approach that Jane effortlessly manages to bring out. Additionally, the idea of mystery is also very forthright. Jane depicts the characters as having a lot to hide especially Emma and the other main character Jane, reveals some of the information within the book if the need arises. The aspect of mystery in Emma has provided the readers with a sense of suspense something that has made the readers want to read and know what will happen next.
Poetry, is one of the most artistic forms in the field of language. In addition, most individuals attribute poetry to its complexity and use of literary devices such as alliteration. However, there is more besides that as the students first identified that the main agenda was poetry and not the main words or the complex terms used were the main reason for the students identifying that it was poetry they were doing. The fact that the students recognized poetry, not by the literal device is a clear indication that poetry has more diverse ways of identification and recognition.
Booth, Wayne C. “Point Of View And The Control Of Distance In Emma.” Nineteenth-Century Fiction16.2 (1961): 570-590. Web.