the significance of the wall between himself and others C.
Especially if you are doing an anylisis, you're basically breaking diwn the piece of literature to decipher the components of it, or explaining the components to the audience (readers of your analysis) in the town is half-witted and dull B.
This is also a distinction important to those wishing to establish careers as literary authors.
Literary works are those that have significantly complex and detailed literary devices particularly in metaphor and symbolism.
On the other hand, metaphors and symbols, with deep figurative meanings, are used in literary texts to intrigue and perhaps puzzle.
Hence, Vernon Scannell's poem 'Nettles', uses the metaphor 'regiment of spite' suggesting, on reflection, how the nettles and the regiment both line up and how they both wound.
Examples include maps, charts, graphs, and government documents. Nonliterary texts are found in newspapers, magazines, leaflets, advertisements plus popular fiction and nonfiction genres (informational, mass media texts and everday text plus spy novels etc and with how-to books etc). The two types of text tend to use different techniques: consider in particular metaphors and analogies, both of which compare one thing to another.
Analogies are used in nonliterary texts to make things clearer; hence my surgery's leaflet described the detached retina as coming away from the wall of the eye in the same way damp wallpaper peels away from a wall.
Psychological characterization, which makes the character more important than the character's actions, develops and exposes the mental, cognitive and emotional processes that build or curtail relationships, drive or thwart motivation, bring happiness and luck or despair and anguish.
In contrast, nonliterary refers to texts that are thin on metaphor and symbolism: these texts want to tell a story and to entertain.