The Features of Language Art in the Documentary


Abstract


In recent years, documentary plays an increasingly important role in social propaganda, cultural communication and traditional promotion. The study of language art features in documentary is of great significance for the creation, material selection and emotional expression of documentary in the future. In this paper, from three aspects of visual, auditory and narrative language, having changes on language features such as lens, images, voice, music, rhythm and cut-in angle which can bring changes in emotional narrative of the documentary, and having horizontal comparison of language art characteristics of different theme documentary, thus to complete more systematic analysis of the features of language art in the documentary.


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