British singer and songwriter and songwriter Adele’s song, ‘Hello’ describes a period at which the poem in the visual part discusses the topic of the obvious loss of contact with the ex-lover because of lack of interaction, and because they aren’t fixing their problems it cause the lack of communication between the relationship and has created a split creating a theme that all relationships can be ruined by lack of communication In order to attract similar sentiments and memories, she adopts a poetic tone. Adele establishes its intent By using Mood, rhetorical question, and hyperbole.
To begin, the first rhetorical device used in the song “Hello” is hyperbole used the first person point of view. For example, in stanza 10-11 Adele’s use of hyperbole reveals She sings, ‘I’m in California dreaming. There’s such a distance between us. A million miles ‘The phrase’ a million miles is an unrealistic and exaggerated measure of Adele’s distance from the individual she speaks about. Another phrase that is particularly effective in this poem, ‘There’s such a distance between us and a million miles.’This statement uses a hyperbole to exaggerate the difference between former lovers. The audience knows that ‘a million miles’ between the lovers will technically not be logical, but it serves as a metaphor to demonstrate the unconnectedness of their relationship. The viewer should visually imagine a great range of 1 million miles and highlight not only their physical distance, but also their emotional distance. This symbol additionally contributes to why the mood becomes so melancholic for the audience because one begins to feel sympathetic to their situation. In addition to this example, later she says ‘I’m sorry for everything I’ve done,’ It appears as if she’s apologizing or someone she’s trying to say sorry to someone. While she called ‘A Thousand times’ which is also an exaggerated verse, she didnt call that many times but more than enough without a response that she felt like she had been calling an excessive number of times. The proverb ‘I’ or ‘I’m’ she uses to indicate that she is alone. In summary, the point of view of first person assists Adele in explaining the sadness of her separation and loneliness.
To begin the second rhetorical device used in the song is rhetorical question For example, in the stanza, Adele states, “Hello, how are you? The explanation for which she wants to leave a message to someone while she sings she asked them how their doing. However, another example of rhetoric questioning is ‘Have you ever made it from that town, where nothing happened? ‘found in stanza them not answering leaves her to continue the conversation by speaking to herself but she continues wondering What they would say. Her mission remains urgent, however. She thinks they will never be able to resolve what has happened if they don’t speak soon and she always carries a burden by stating. “It’s no secret that the both of us. Are running out of time.”
To begin the third rhetorical device used in the song is mood, the mood created during this stanza is a devastation and emptiness and also regret toughened by the speaker to the audience The audience can not help but feel a sense however feel sadness towards the speaker’s situation, particularly once she states that “she hasn’t done much healing”, despite the fact that time has passed. She seems broken hearted, and this can be created worse by the actual fact that she doesn’t get to express her feeling she states “tell you I’m sorry” for hurting the opposite individual which seems to he hurting herself.
In conclusion This same plan is obvious within the visual as neither of the figures seems to be creating any effort to open the lines of communication with the opposite. there’s an oversized wall separating the 2 of them, and neither of them are attempting to open the lines of communication with any Cellar device they’re wallowing in their pain, and neither individual is trying build the hassle which might enable them to begin to heal. As a result, the theme that an absence of communication dooms all relationships effectively links each of the literary work.