When I was reading the story, Tarzan of the Apes, I realized that throughout the whole story he describes the characters very narrative.
He describes specifically the characters feelings, movements and characteristics. On the following, I will write about how the author describes the characters to us readers and how it makes this story feel more realistic than what it is. The story, Tarzan of the Apes, is a very descriptive story in which the writer describes the setting very well as if the reader was there. It expresses himself so good that makes everything so realistic. An example of this is when Jane and Tarzan are in each others arm.
The author describes on how Jane felt having a man with muscles who was brave and good looking. It shows how visual this setting was. When I read this I felt like if I was sitting in the jungle watching them. I think this what this writer is trying for us to do.
He wants for us to use visual imagery and imagine us as if we were there at this instance. This story shows how love grows between these two human beings and how different they both are coming from two different places who change them completely of who they are. I believe this author is a great writer who likes for readers to use their imagination towards reading such as showing Tarzan becoming this a hero for Jane. Bibliography: