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A Challenge to Make Good Use Language in the Critical Thinking

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I believe the  conveys the idea that my efforts were unsuccessful in moving the authority’ s decision. It would not have made a better impact if I just gave a literal description of what happened. When the crisis is solved, I describe the situation as follows: “ … the tumultuous climate changed, and the peaceful sun rose above chaos” . John is seen as a “ beacon of light” by my mother. All these metaphors work together and create a very good effect throughout the passage. Language had to empower and restricting effects on the as a whole.

While conceiving the elements of the narrative, the most challenging factor was the necessity to limit it to a specific word count. The event described is something that had a profound effect on me at a personal level. It could, in fact, be considered a personal epiphany. When one tries to recount such an incident, it is possible that the narrative becomes wordy. What one feels strongly about the incident may not seem significant to readers. Therefore, it had to be kept in mind that the of the readers should be maintained through elements of identification.

The use of metaphorical description became relevant in this context. By making use of a general metaphor and supporting it with various individual metaphors related to it, a specific mood could be created. However, this was not an easy process. When one thinks of a major metaphor in the narrative, one has to structure the writing in such ways that all the events are concomitant to that metaphor that the writing does not seem forced or contrived. One also to use words that are easily understood by the common reader.

Otherwise, the whole idea may not be communicated well. These restrictions could be overcome by the immense possibility language provides to connect with the readers through vivid imagination. T he seemingly simple narrative passage had to serve a persuasive function as well. I tried to present the incident as an example of human togetherness. It concludes that people are never alone if we could stand for each other in times of crises. The entire passage revolves around the theme comes to this natural conclusion.    

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