Different ideas of an institution can be perceived through a particular composer's expression. Raw by Scott Monk portray an institute as a place of healing and rehabilitation, through Brett Delton's changes. However One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest directed by Milos Forman, depicts an institution to be; a place for wrongful punishment and misuse of power. Both of the composers use narrative features such as plot, themes, characterisation, attitudes as well as event settings in their texts. In addition, Monk uses linguistic devices: including imagery, sound devices and figurative devices. Whereas Forman uses cinematic techniques such as music, lighting, shot angle and types of shot to reflect his attitude. The two major differences in these texts are the genre and the composer's attitude to institutions.
The two different types of genre use their own specific techniques as well as the narrative features.
In Raw, Monk uses many realistic examples to involve responders in feeling what Brett feels. For example, during his trip from Sydney to Moree, while the two police take breaks along the trip, Brett was left in his boiling steel framed-cage. Without a proper drink and rest, he travelled for twelve hours straight. By using colloquial languages and common rebellious jargon; such as'cop are pigs' and'yeah', Monk was able to bring Brett's feelings to us. Because Monk's text is a novel, it is difficult for us to pick out one or two exact words to illustrate his usage of linguistic devises; however, we can generally witness his use of sound devises and imagery to portray his institutional ideas.
In cheaper one, Monk begins with a loud'bang'; this use of onomatopoeia enables responders to generate an aural image in their mind. In addition it grasps our attention creating suspense for what we are about to read (the sentencing of Brett's wrongful deeds). Other imagery u…