Monday, January 20, 2020
Media and the Writing Process :: Television Media TV
Media and the Writing Process When looking at a work of media, ones tries to find something that would enhance the writing process. Television, as well as cinema often lends to this process. One example of this is with the John CarpentersÃ¢â¬â¢ Vampires, which incorporates the use of suspense and anticipation to lure the viewer into concerning themselves more in to the story. Another example, is the television documentary HitlerÃ¢â¬â¢s Henchmen which uses a systematic, chronological method to tell the story of Adolf HitlerÃ¢â¬â¢s main Architect, Albert Speer. Of course literary works also can help in enhancing the quality of oneÃ¢â¬â¢s work. A River Runs through it, Norman MacleansÃ¢â¬â¢ personal memoirs, lends to the reader the idea of the metaphor to pursue plot. Another literary work The Perfect Storm, by Sebastian Junger tells the story of a doomed vessel lost at sea and does so through the use of creative language. Cinema is often overlooked as an outlet for literary enhancement. On the contrary, however, many films often tend to use or incorporate ideas which can be transferred with success to a literary piece. The film, Vampires uses many literary devices to progress its story and plot. The devices which were used most extensively, those of suspense and anticipation, can easily be incorporated to enhance a literary piece aesthetically. Television, again, like Cinema is a media which is overlooked when searching for methods to enhance ones work. A television documentary, recently aired, Hitlers Henchmen used a technique which is perhaps vital to a successful literary work. Displaying a information in a systematic, or chronological fashion, as done in the documentary, often clears the path for the reader, or the viewer in this case to make their own assumptions, or judgement of what they have seen. The most important of all media to be used to enhance onesÃ¢â¬â¢ own work of course is another piece of literature. The metaphor, as in Norman MacLeansÃ¢â¬â¢ work, A River Runs Through It is an excellent device used to give more meaning to single ideas, and can easily enhance a work.