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How do I include structural and language devices in omam and aic Watch

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    Okay so how would I use some structural devices in a context and can you name some and say what they mean because I'm so stuck I do of mice and men and an inspector calls
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    One thing I picked up from my friend's analysis...

    In OMAM...if you ever get a question about Curley or Curley's wife alone or together, structural devices show that Steinbeck intentionally never put Cu and his wife on the same page throughout the novella, except until the end part when she died. This shows the distance in their relationship.
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    You could discuss the difference between the beginning and the end - both scenes take place in the same place, however the atmosphere is completely different. Whilst nature in the beginning represents a safe haven, by the end the semantic field is one of
    death - reflecting the novel itself


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