Discuss: Style and Creative Language in “Chamber of Secrets: The Sorcery of Angela Carter” Article

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3 thoughts on “Discuss: Style and Creative Language in “Chamber of Secrets: The Sorcery of Angela Carter” Article

  1. The author in this article explains the stark difference between the fairy tales we all commonly know and the ones that Angela Carter produces. The author praises Angela’s revolutionary work, while also commenting how it had a specific purpose. Angela’s work is also compared to Edgar Allan Poe, which gives the reader a good idea of its uniqueness. By using a great vocabulary, the author really describes Carter’s works very well

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  2. The author of the article differentiates between the traditional fairy tales that we all know and love and Angela Carter’s take on the genre. Unlike others who chose to go against Disney’s depiction of fairy tales, such as Cinderella, Carter decided to embrace the genre. The author praised Carter for her overt nonconformity when it came to writing. She was not afraid to challenge the typical of females’ roles in her writing. Angela Carter is recognized by thousands for her remarkable achievements in the world of fairy tales.

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  3. The author in this article explains the difference between fairly tales that are widely known and ones that Angela Carter writes. The author likes Angela’s inspiring work while talking about how most reading her work have not seen fairy tales expressed in that way before. One unique characteristic of Angela’s work is the voice and sound effects she uses . In her writings, her voice speaks from the page, addressing you, talking to you which grabs the readers attention. The article did a great job of summing up Angela Carters work.

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