Sitges evocative

IB English B: Sitges evocative

Here is a piece of travel journalism, an extract from a much longer piece which included detailed information such as where to stay and where to eat. This is the opening section which sets the scene. As such, it is a classic example of Evocative Description. But what do we mean by "evoke"?The analysis provided below, and developed in the worksheet of the handout, is intended to draw students" attention to key aspects...


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