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Njo And Deepa's Love
1,443 wordsDivided in four parts - "The Year of Our Loves and Friendships", "The Year of Her Passion", "The Years of Betrayal", and "Homecoming- The In-Between World of Vikram Lall is a bold attempt at telling the epic of Asian people in Africa. It is a novel concerning themes of love, passion, commitment and more importantly, identity. The narrator, Vikram Lall, is a Kenyan born Indian who grows up in an era where rebellion, confusion, and disruption were all prevalent. In this journal, you will learn abo...
Reader To The Novel
1,537 wordsThe authors Charles Dickens and Martin Amis have many stylistic differences. Even though they lived in different times, with diverse ideas about life, these two authors are still able to have a few stylistic similarities. Charles Dickens, author of the novel, 'Hard Times' in the 19th century, focuses on the reality of life, and how many people seem to forget about 'living' and concentrate too much on work. His ideas are straightforward, and don't pay much attention to 'fancy'. The author of 'Tim...
Reader's First Glimpse Of Michael
500 wordsA wedding is a great vehicle to motivate a plot in both literature and life. In Mario Puzo's The Godfather, Michael Corleone's wedding is one of the most influential scenes of the entire book. This wedding carries this influence because of three things, first, the reader meets Michael Corleone for the first time, second, the reader experiences a dramatic Italian Mafia wedding in all its prestige and tradition, and lastly, the reader becomes aware of just how respected the head of a Mafia family ...
Ted Needs Leo
1,566 wordsA Critical Analysis of the Opening Pages of Chapter Nine from The Go-Between by LP Hartley The beginning passages of chapter nine are illustrative of the plot intensifying and depict a heightened relationship between Leo and Ted Burgess. They are symbolically indicative of the calm before the storm. The written use of imagery, metaphor and symbolism contribute to the novel as a whole and add a richness of meaning. The continuation of natural imagery attributed to Ted allows the reader to once ag...
Wright's Article The Evolution Of Despair
851 wordsRobert Wright's Article 'The Evolution of Despair " Robert Wright is the science writer for Time Magazine. Because he writes for this popular magazine, he enjoys the attention of many readers who look to him to provide them with the latest news from the scientific community. After reading The Evolution of Despair, an article written by Wright, I came under the impression that he is both reporter and commentator, but not explicitly so. Wright utilizes a variety of rhetorical tools to establish tr...
Effect Of Kang's Humor
748 wordsOne of the first works of fiction written by an Asian immigrant to the United States, Kang's novel describes his early adulthood with a poignant humor that touches not only on his most positive experiences in a new country -- such as being befriended by other Korean Americans -- but also on some of his worst: the time when college classmates convinced him to run a race in long underwear. Kang, however, never forces us to feel sorry for him; simply by relating his experiences to us in a uniquely ...
1,556 wordsEntrails torn from the body with bare hands, eyes gouged out with razor blades, battery cables, rats borrowing inside the human body, power drills to the face, cannibalism, credit cards, business cards, Dorsi a, Teston i, Armani, Wall Street; all of these things are Patrick Bateman's world. The only difference between Bateman and anybody else is what is repulsive to Bateman and what is repulsive to the rest of the world. Bateman has great interest in the upper class life, fashions, and social ex...
Kazantzakis Message In Zorba
423 wordsThe ending pages of Zorba take on a strangely more solemn tone than is seen in most of the rest of the book. Not only seriousness on behalf of Boss, but Zorba as well. Zorba seems almost desperate the last time he sees Boss, acting very needy, as though he couldnt stand it if Boss were to forget about him. Zorbas quote, for pity's sake, do not forget me, best expresses this. This longing is seldom seen anywhere else in the book. In Zorbas final letter to Boss, written by the schoolmaster, Zorba ...
Mid Term Break By Seamus Heaney
489 words"Mid Term Break" by Seamus Heaney is set in Ulster during the 1950's. This is a poem which catches the reader's attention by using language in unusual ways. The poem is about the lying to rest of a 4 year old boy, told from his brother's perspective which is the poet. Time is a central point through-out the poem. In stanza two, Heaney says: "I sat all morning... ". This makes you, the reader, think how long and boring that morning must have been. The before you know it, it's two o'clock and this...
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