Guten Morgen, kann mir jemand zu meiner Stilmittelanalyse einen Feadback geben?

Das ist meine Stilmittelanalyse zur Parabel: „der Schlag ans Hoftor“von Franz Kafka aus dem Jahre 1917


In der Parabel „Der Schlag ans Hoftor“ von Franz Kafka aus dem Jahre 1917 geht es um die Verurteilung und Verhaftung einer Person, die in Wirklichkeit völlig unschuldig ist. 

Im Verhältnis zum geringen Textumfang enthält die Parabel zahlreiche Stilmittel. So ziehen sich durch den gesamten Text Anaphern, die im Wesentlichen dazu dienen, die Isoliertheit des Ich-Erzählers und dessen sich daraus ergebende Problemsituation herauszustellen. Diese besteht offensichtlich darin, dass er für einen sinnlosen Tatvorwurf verhaftet wird. Das bereits einleitende Satz „Es war Sommer, ein heißer Tag“ zeugt von einer freundlichen Atmosphäre und auch der Heimweg wird mit etwas positivem verbunden. Durch die Wortwiederholung „schlug“ (Z.2-3), hat der Autor die Absicht diesen Schlag zu verdeutlichen. Die rhetorische Frage, „könnte ich noch andere Luft schmecken als dieses Gefängnisses“? kann man beinahe schon selbstironisch als „die große Frage“ (Z.35) bezeichnen. Um sich zu einer klaren Meinung bekennen zu können, was Recht ist und was Unrecht, hat der Ich-Erzähler bereits bewiesen: Ohne ausreichende Beweisführung, könne nach seiner Ansicht niemand verurteilt werden („so wird  deswegen nirgends auf der Welt ein Beweis geführt“).Passend zum Rechtssystem fallen innerhalb der Parabel, neben den Beweisen, Begriffe wie „Urteil“, „Richter“ oder aber auch Gefängniszelle, die zunächst als einfache Bauernstube betitelt wird . Die Aussage vom Richter, „der Mann tut mir leid“ zeigt, dass die Verurteilung des Ich-Erzählers schon vor der eigentlichen Untersuchung feststeht.  

Deutsch, Schule, Recht, Rhetorik, rhetorische-mittel, Stilmittel, Philosophie und Gesellschaft
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Englisch - Kontrolle & Übung?

Guten Tag.

Ich würde gerne um Ihre Hilfe bitten - können Sie mir potenzielle Stilmittel (stylistic devices) aufzeigen?

This one finding says so much. It confirms what we all know, that “British culture” is perceived as something white. This was the dog-whistle narrative of the Brexit referendum campaign – apart from the appeal to imperial greatness, there was the demand to “get our country back”. Few said explicitly that this meant make our country white again. But some heard it nevertheless. It was the surely part of the reason for the spike in racist attacks after the result, and why a cabbie told me I’d “be off home soon” as I rushed around on a referendum-related news story.

It was also the reason why, according to an Opinium poll, ethnic minority British people are now less likely to identify as British since the EU referendum. Instead, many are more likely to claim the identity of their ethnic minority heritage. British people who are not white feel less British now because that hostility is palpable, because there is an agenda of regressing to a time, before the European Union, that many remember not for the joys of complete sovereignty, but for the absence of protection from racism in the workplace, or at the hands of the police, or for being openly chased in the streets by white racists.

The idea that British “culture” is somehow opposite to the presence of ethnic minorities is a historical nonsense. Many of our most iconic cultural traditions are the products of immigration – such as fish and chips, an innovation of Jewish refugees from Portugal. Roads and cities were built by the Romans, banks were founded by Huguenots, a royal household established by a broad cross-section of European aristocracy. There were Africans in Britain, it’s now widely accepted, before there were any “English”.

No society ever has a perfect grasp of its history, and that doesn’t matter, it’s perceptions that count, and the harm that they cause. Britain’s sense of self has become so warped, so divorced from reality, that it is demonising its visible minorities, including the 6 million or so British people of minority heritage among them. In this context, when I hear politicians appeal to patriotism, I feel very nervous. Not because there is anything wrong with patriotic feeling – like populism, it’s a term that only becomes malign by its context. But because I know only too well what that current context is. And thanks to the findings of widespread hostility towards the impact of ethnic minority people on British culture, so should everyone else.

Vielen Dank!

Übungen, Englisch, Schule, Sprache, erkennen, Grammatik, Kontrolle, Stilmittel, textanalyse
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Welche Stilmittel lassen sich in diesem lateinischen Text finden?

Eine Anapher und Antithesen konnte ich bereits finden.

(1) Longum est altius repetere nec refert, quemadmodum acciderit, ut homo minime familiaris cenarem apud quendam, ut sibi videbatur, lautum et diligentem, ut mihi, sordidum simul et sumptuosum.

(2) Nam sibi et paucis opima quaedam, ceteris vilia et minuta ponebat. Vinum etiam parvolis lagunculis in tria genera discripserat, non ut potestas eligendi, sed ne jus esset recusandi, aliud sibi et nobis, aliud minoribus amicis (nam gradatim amicos habet), aliud suis nostrisque libertis.

(3) Animadvertit qui mihi proximus recumbebat, et an probarem interrogavit. Negavi. ‘Tu ergo’ inquit ‘quam consuetudinem sequeris?’ ‘Eadem omnibus pono; ad cenam enim, non ad notam invito cunctisque rebus exaequo, quos mensa et toro aequavi.’

(4) ‘Etiamne libertos?’ ‘Etiam; convictores enim tunc, non libertos puto.’ Et ille: ‘Magno tibi constat.’ ‘Minime.’ ‘Qui fieri potest?’ ‘Quia scilicet liberti mei non idem quod ego bibunt, sed idem ego quod liberti.’

(5) Et hercule si gulae temperes, non est onerosum quo utaris ipse communicare cum pluribus. Illa ergo reprimenda, illa quasi in ordinem redigenda est, si sumptibus parcas, quibus aliquanto rectius tua continentia quam aliena contumelia consulas.

(6) Quorsus haec? ne tibi, optimae indolis juveni, quorundam in mensa luxuria specie frugalitatis imponat. Convenit autem amori in te meo, quotiens tale aliquid inciderit, sub exemplo praemonere, quid debeas fugere.

(7) Igitur memento nihil magis esse vitandum quam istam luxuriae et sordium novam societatem; quae cum sint turpissima discreta ac separata, turpius iunguntur. Vale.

Schule, Latein, Stilmittel, plinius
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Englisch - Text?

Guten Tag.

Ich würde gerne um Ihre Hilfe bitten - könnten sie mir bitte aufzeigen, wo sich im vorliegenden Text weitere Stilmittel befinden?

'Globalization is here to stay, and students whowant towork in our interconnected globalworld(alliteration)should study abroad. Despite the inevitable increasing global competition for jobs, American graduates lack the international experience, language capabilities and cross-cultural communication skills necessary to succeed in the global economy. With only about 10 percent of students(fact/statistics) studying abroad at some point in their academic career, we (direct address)have a long way to go. Making study abroad a part of their education is the most effective and accessible means for students to develop needed skills because it pushes a student to get out of her comfort zone (metaphor) to experience another culture, language, environment and education system. It teaches students to appreciate difference and diversity firsthand, and enables them to recognize — and then dismiss — stereotypes they may have held about people they had never met. Learning how to interact with people from other countries and cultures equips future leaders in all sectors to address urgent issues — from curing diseases and finding energy solutions, to fighting terrorism and hunger — shared across borders. But study abroad has to be done correctly. It shouldn’t be a separate or tangential part of education, but (contrast) rather an integrated part of the curriculum, incorporating proper cross-cultural preparation and supportive reintegration to help students understand and internalize what they learn. With more flexible and accessible options, the barriers posed by financial need, disabilities, race and ethnicity and sexual orientation are crumbling. Excellent programs and inspiring role models exist for every type of student. Every parent, teacher, professor, adviser and employer (enumeration/direct address) should support making international experience an essential and affordable component of a well-rounded education.''

Vielen herzlichen Dank - ich habe bereits meine gefundenen Stilmittel markiert.

Übungen, Englisch, Schule, Sprache, Text, Analyse, Grammatik, Kontrolle, Stilmittel
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