The Importance Of Visualization

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How does one recall their favorite book? It is different for everyone. For me it all comes down to visualization. Being able to see what is happening in my head during the story either makes or breaks it. I am a visual person who always seems to attempt to see the deeper meaning. In order for an author to catch me is to give me something to work with so that their words create a moving picture. There are few who are able to do this for me but when they do I binge on their writing. Patricia Briggs, Charlene Harris, and Dean Koontz have that ability to my liking. Of course a good title and dustcover play a role in my choosing but what it ultimately comes down to is being able to escape reality. This rubric will judge how the author uses words paint a picture and help me escape my daily life. For time is the one thing that we cannot replace and for me to continue to read a book it needs to keep my attention spark something within me to truly buy my time.
For this rubric I have broken it into five categories: cover (10%), plot (25%), character development (25%), setting (25%) and immersion (15%). Having good visual reference to
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This turn of phrase is not to be taken lightly. People judge things upon first look every single day of their lives. Metaphorically this phrase is telling, "you shouldn 't prejudge the worth or value of something, by its outward appearance alone,” according to The true first look should spark questions. Do we see the value of what we are looking at by its hidden implication? Do we recognize the signs? In this rubric you are looking for the hidden meanings in the covers art, the use of color and symbolic meanings, setting clues, characters and symbols that help tell the story in visual tactic. Finally, after reading the book look at the cover. Did the deign capture symbolism, or was the books cover a mistake for the classic turn of

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