Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Element most important to Seven Deadly Sins

The element that is most important in "Seven Deadly Sins," would have to be the events. This is because Taylor is able to take personal experiences and connect them to the theme of this book, being the seven deadly sins. Also, he not only provides great detail to each event, but also gives the after-math and his reflection of the situation. He incorporates use of metaphors into each event, and breaks down the sense of formality during the scenarios. Not only does Taylor allow for personal experiences of himself to be made, but also for the audience to reflect on personal experiences in their life as well.

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