A Literary Analysis Essay On Unbroken

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Independent Reading Literary Analysis The novel, Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption was written by Laura Hillenbrand. The novel was published by Random House Trade Paperbacks in the United States and it was copyrighted in 2010. This novel is a biography about a man named Louie Zamperini and how he survived through the harsh times of various challenges he had faced. The novel has a total of 500 pages. The literary elements are very simple and easy to find because most of them can be found in the in the beginning of the novel, like the setting, characters, and the point of view. The conflict is usually found towards the middle or even the end, when the novel is actually starting to get in play. The setting of the …show more content…

It is not just words on a page, this book is an inspirational, heart-warming, and sad book. This is book is about how a boy finds love in running and soon achieves his goals.When he first started running he thought it was stupid and there was no point. He starts devoting himself to the sport and is determined to achieve any goal he sets. When he was feeling broken down by someone trying to get his hopes down, his older brother, Pete would always give him inspirational quotes like, “ A minute of pain is a lifetime of glory” or “If I can take it, I can make it.” These small, simple quotes may not have everything, but it definitely pushed Louie to try his best and never give up. From the running to the quotes, this novel comes together and makes an amazing biography. The author used wonderful descriptive words to have pictures be drawn into the reader's’ mind and also she had used figurative language to also help with comparing such things like planes and bodies of water. The author created a mind blowing piece on the life of Louie Zamperini and it is definitely a book that is recommended to

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