Speech On Conlict

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PP And dead dead dead is a repetition because the word dead is repeated. It is repeated because the instructor wants to get across to the men how important what they are doing is and how easily they could mess up and die.
There are a lot of sexual references in the poem one of them is where the instructor is yelling at a man saying “it’s not a women’s titt” by saying that he is saying that he is handling his weapon too gently as if it was a women’s breast. And that if he wants any chance of living he needs to be quicker and less gentle in what he is doing.
The poem is also full of racist comments as the drill instructor makes there enemy sound less human because if they are not human then it does not matter if they die so there for it is easier for the Australian troops to kill them. That is why at every opportunity he says something racist about the enemy. For example he calls them “little yellows” saying that they are not of the same skin colour and there for they are not human. Or rotten fish sauce breathe or a group of Charlies which are all very racist comments.
So as you can see the poetic techniques are very important in the creation of conflict in this poem.
Another way to represent conflict is in movies; in this particular scene from harry potter and the prisoner of Azkaban Ron has been dragged into a secret passage underneath the womping willow. Harry and Hermione follow him in hope to save him but while they are in there they discover the truth about serious black and Ron’s pet rat.
This scene is a scary dark scene; the colours are very dark and sad create fear and anticipation in the viewers. It is a very mysterious and unpredictable scene.
The music in this scene is very descriptive as it follows the charters actions and feelings and also go’s soft or completely quiet when something important is being said or done. The tempo of the music increa View More »

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