This week we watched a ted talk in class . The speaker discusses how at an art gallery we may not like all of the art on display. You might not feel a deep connection with every piece we see, and that's okay. She stated that we are selective in most other things in life ,what clothes we pick to wear , the food we eat the music we listen to etc. So why shouldn't we be selective with the art we look at. Being selective also applies to what types of books we read. We are not going to connect with every book we pick up and decided to read . It's just a fact,but it's okay that you don't you shouldn't because every book although some are more similar to each other than others are different.
The imagery was also a topic in class this week. We learned about different types of imagery while discussing Emily Dickinson poem I Felt a Funeral in my Brain. Most imagery is thought to be visual at least in the eyes of the reader but in the eyes of the speaker, there are different ways to use imagery . I alway saw imagery as visual I mean it's in the name image imagination. Image equaled mental imagination of something. I never thought to look at it through the eyes of the speaker when looking into poetery.