Essay about Analysis of Stephen Kings "The Man Who Loved Flowers
“One person's craziness is another person's reality.” – Tim Burton. We people have a tendency to live our life in suffer for the past because it’s terrifying to face the truth. Unaware that it affects our fellow human beings. Stephen King’s short story “The man who loved flowers” manages to blur the lines between normality and insanity while digging down in the fear of love.
The story takes place on a sunny day in New York’ streets in the 1960’s. The protagonist is an unknown narrator who is an elegant young man with a grey suit on. In the beginning of the text is the atmosphere vibrant, idyllic and calm. Furthermore the protagonist approaches an old man who is selling flowers because he have to buy …show more content…
The story is built on a surprise-effect. Stephen king introduce the reader into a scenario that is so beautiful but also so dark in the same way. In the beginning of the text he is describes nearly everything very colorful and positive. He uses many adjectives as “perfect, lovely, white, red, , yellow, white, oranges”. That makes the atmosphere calm and good. After the sunlight goes down he makes the contrast clearly, and uses many adjectives and subjective as “stranger, trashcan, dark, shadow, hammer, blood”. The surprise-effect is that the confident, smooth and young guy is the killer.
Another fear that Stephen King evokes is the feeling of loosing someone that you love. It’s an innate fear, because it’s one the most preciouses things we humans can have– to love someone so much that you couldn’t live without them. Love hurts in many ways, and especially when it is gone. The main issue is the part where we people have to get over it. The point in the text is that we cannot ruin our life over a lost love. That’s symbolic of the “The young man” -