War Photographer

A mind map with details about War Photographer.  Structure, Context, themes and quotations.  Made by a current GCSE Year11 Student. 

  • Created by: fwilso19
  • Created on: 20-03-17 15:09
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  • War Photographer
    • Context
      • A photographer visits war zones for newspapers to provide images
        • He has just returned home from his latest trip and is now developing the photographs
      • Red light is the only light that can be on in a dark room.
        • White light would expose the film
      • The images are being developed.  The film is sensitive to light
        • Red light is the only light that can be on in a dark room.
          • White light would expose the film
    • Themes
      • Key Quotes
        • In his dark room he is finally alone
        • Rural England, home again, to ordinary pain
          • The pain in a war zone is worse than at home in England.
        • He remembers the cries of this man's wife
          • The image is bringing back the memory.  He can hear the pain
        • A hundred agonies in black and white
      • War
        • Conflict
      • Conflict
      • Fighting
        • War
        • People don't understand what is happening
        • Media's representation of war
          • People don't understand what is happening
        • His internal thoughts about what is going on
        • War is referred to in the media as something small that is happening, as if it is not a big deal.
          • Peace in rural England yet noise and conflict in the war sone
            • Regular structure could sum up how he has order at home yet not when he is away-irony
        • Structure
          • 4 stanzas
            • Regular and six line
          • Rhyming couplets and non rhyming lines
            • Adds irregularity which sums up war
          • Regular structure could sum up how he has order at home yet not when he is away-irony
          • Some short words, some long words, some simple sentences, some complex sentences
            • He has a job to do.
            • with spools of suffering set out

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      thx for the help boisss ;)

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