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Some tide, a feature article by Tim Winton expresses the idea of belonging though his representation and solid connection with the ocean. He tells of his belonging through many techniques just like similes, metaphors, repetition, build up, personification, first person persona, detailed language, juxtaposition, the use of short sentence structure and imagery.
The opening section uses deep emotive language of his past in which " sustains a sense of childlike wonderвЂќ keeping the sense of belonging through his life. Imagery is one main techniques Winton has centered on as the 'powder white sand and 'new lit sea spread' produce vivid images of his past to get the reader.
Nevertheless his tone dramatically improvements as this beautiful imagery of what the sea once was can be juxtaposed with the stark picture of a whale massacre and what it is now. He further emphasises this kind of change when he says 'ya should have recently been here yesterday'.
As it is crafted in first person he shows his sense creating contrast from the earlier to his present. The impression of electricity 'buzzed through my spinal column and also the 'weightless, comfortable and at home feeling' gives a feeling of that belong as apposed to his feelings and opinion of how the sea provides dramatically improved. 'we cared for it using a kind of thoughtless contempt' 'now only thoughts remain'.
Bernard wintons brief sentence structure enables him to engage the reader in to his emotions of the marine and know how he feels he belongs and always will. 'But We went back by itself now and again, struggling to break the habit'.