How Peter and the Wolf Uses Visual Expression to Create Mood and Emotion
This film analysis of Peter and the Wolf examines the role of emotion (sadness, happiness, pride) in the plot and Peter's character arc. The student gives examples of how plot beats, character interaction, and setting create moods reflective of and expressing character emotion.
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"This essay is organized well, and you do a great job prioritizing analysis--when you introduce plot details, they are clearly and logically in support of the argumentation, creating good balance and focus (perhaps some of the plot details about who shoots what in the "pride" paragraph could be streamlined). I suggest reviewing your conclusion: does each statement represent a final statement about previously discussed topics? Your very last sentence is about the music, which was not discussed in the body paragraphs. You should either incorporate observations about how music helps represent sadness, happiness, and pride, or revise the final sentence. As there are many film versions of this story, make sure to tell your reader the director and year of release in the first paragraph; follow MLA formatting when doing so. In terms of the writing itself, I suggest more use of transition words and sentence variety to create flow and dynamism. Finally, keep an eye on precise diction, including pronoun usage. To take one example, when you write "it all fell down" on page 2, it is unclear what "it" refers to (the tree? the suspense?); keeping things clear will ensure your reader follows each step of your argument."
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