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Journalism & Communication
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FEATURE WRITING Name Course Tutor’s Name Institution Date Feature narrations are unique well-described, thoughtful, original, articles that are well researched hence they explore an event, place, idea or people in depth. Journalism has embraced to great deal the art of feature writing, such narrations are common features in magazines, blogs, newsletters, newspapers, television and radio broadcasts among other forms of the popular press.
The feature by Emily Yoffe on her experience in a nudists’ camp is a captivating, descriptive, reflective and a colourful article that utilises a myriad of stylistic devices. The introduction sets the stage for the narration by giving a clear background of the content of the article (Armada 2013). A powerful analysis by the author at the beginning of the article clearly makes the reader to get aroused to reading the entire article (Pape and Featherstone 2006, p 1). She presents the entire situation briefly using very concise sentences and very clear articulation. She gives details of she came to learn about the Hidden Bush camp through a member of the camp called Dick. This helps the readers to connect with the situation and understand the reason why the author get to be exposed to such an experience. The introduction has been added more value with good sentence construction, use of vocabularies and stylistic devices. While talking with Dick she refers her talk as “chitchat” to demonstrate that her attention was fully lost when she saw her nudity in Dick’s sunglasses. Symbolism has been used in the narration to depict the situation of nudism. ...
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