What does this work exemplify?
I have said that the sole effect of my somewhat childish experiment—that of looking down within the tarn—had been to deepen the first singular impression. There can be no doubt that the consciousness of the rapid increase of my superstition—for why should I not so term it?—served mainly to accelerate the increase itself. Such, I have long known, is the paradoxical law of all sentiments having terror as a basis.
A. Unity of effect B. Ratiocinactive effect C. Cataleptic effect D. Didactic effect E. Delusion of effect
M. Porter, Senior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose
Answered Jan 25, 2019
This work exemplifies unity of effect or letter A. You will know that this is the type of writing used based on the reaction of the reader after reading a certain sentence, paragraph, or even the whole story. Most people who read the piece of work may have tears on their eyes or will make you feel a certain slew of emotions. The emotions may be happy, they may be sad. At times, the may even be angry.
The words that are used are just so powerful that people may sometimes find it hard to describe why a certain book, paragraph, or sentence is making them feel that way. A writer who is able to write this way takes note of all the elements needed to evoke feelings from the reader.