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Using Style to Create Style defines how one person does things in comparison to the next In writing style is often referred to as the writers fingerprint In The Lord of The Flies by William Golding his style is very apparent in that it is unique to him Through his use of vivid imagery and symbolism he creates a style that is unique unto himself When reading this novel through Goldings imagery he paints a picture in the readers mind Goldings in depth descriptions seem to be overwhelming at times His word choice is a perfect example of this In place of using simple words and stating the obvious in his writing such as sentences like this the water reflected the sky and the stars The line of rocks could be seen through the sand and pebbles The water rippled and then calmed A sentence such as that doesnt illustrate a scene what it does is it very simply describes it Golding writing style is to illustrate his writing with words with vivid description He would write the sentences previously mentioned like this The clear water mirrored the clear sky and the angular bright constellations The lines of phosphorescence bulged about the sand grains and the little pebbles it held them each in a dimple of tension then suddenly accepted them with an inaudible syllable and moved on153 The imagery Golding uses not only paints a vivid picture for the reader but it enthralls and entices him This is Goldings style he uses sensory details to get the readers hooked and for the readers this helps them to not just merely relate to Goldings writing but to be able to see things through his eyes He shows his readers what he wants them to see and at the same time lets their imagination create its own image This is a very effective writing style because it is like no other Golding uses this
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