The beauty of beautiful things is still able, in these image-saturated times, to transcend imitations.
And the Taj Mahal is, beyond the power of words to say it, a lovely thing, perhaps the loveliest of things.”Check this short description of the Taj Mahal by Salman Rushdie.
I was greeted by a cascade of loose horsehair — my bow a victim of mites, the repairman later explained.
It was pure agony to twist my fingers into position.
The second paragraph is a description of the characters, and their similarities.
Both use sensory information for effective descriptions.“The yellow mittens I made in seventh-grade home economics proved that I dreamed in color.Writers use sensory information to describe object.The object of the writer is to present a picture of something as honestly as he can.Somewhere between making the fourth and the fifth mitten to fulfill this requirement, I dreamed that the ball of yellow yarn in my bag had turned green.Chartreuse, leaf, Granny Smith, lime, neon, acid green. I woke up knowing that I was, once again, doomed for a D in home ec.”“And this, finally, is why the Taj Mahal must be seen: to remind us that the world is real, that the sound is truer than the echo, the original more forceful than its image in a mirror.The author's intention limits the meaning of literature to the moral or lesson. Serious, non-didactic literature treats serious themes or issues from real human life.The difference is that serious literature explores problems without pretending to simple solutions, so that an accurate representation or mimesis of human life in all its complexity is achieved.A description could be just a paragraph, or it could be longer, as needed to fully describe the thing. It is written in a coherent way with a good thesis statement at the end of the introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion.“Our Little Store rose right up from the sidewalk; standing in a street of family houses, it alone hadn’t any yard in front, any tree or flower bed.It was a plain frame building covered over with brick.There were doctors and accountants, engineers and college professors.There were people who hadn’t played in decades, sitting alongside professionals like Mr.