He doesn’t give us the name of his wife’s ex-husband. The reason why is because the narrator is denying others importance. By doing this the narrator is trying to make himself seem more important by making others not seem important. Which is a factor to his blindness. The narrator’s impoliteness is a major factor of him being blind.
Also I think that Anna would not die by cutting herself with a poisoned arrow while hunting the way that John Comnenus II did. In conclusion, Anna was a very vengeful, well educated, and arrogant. I think that the Byzantine empire would be better if Anna had actually succeeded in the the murder attempt of John. Overall, I think Anna of Byzantium is a truly wonderful and complex character. If I could recommend this book to a friend and I think that they would like this book.
Ana has more curves than her mother would like her to have. Carmen thinks just because Ana is “fat” she will not be able to find a husband. But Ana is comfortable with her body and encourages the other women in the factory to love themselves for who they are and take chances. That is exactly what Ana did when she finally got her father’s blessing and decided to go to New York for college. In this movie Carmen role as a mother was not what I was used to seeing or having contact with.
This is a Korean female in her late 40 to early 50 with an education background who came from a middle-class family. The character was portraying as a thin lady with black hair who dressed in her Asian clothing standing there with rage and her expectation is for someone to heard her and will help her to find justices for her Korean people. This character has a strong personality and has a lot of opinions about justice. Who is very upset of what had just happened to her people and want the world to know what had just happen to her people. How I come to this conclusion is the ways Anna was standing and the vocabulary that Anna is using to articulate the character English.
By doing so, the audience experiences everything through the eyes of the narrator. The narrator, also being the story’s protagonist, attempts the attract the sympathy of the reader through his perspective of the exposition. For example, in the beginning of the short story, the narrator explains the blind man’s connection to his wife. It is during this phase of narrative that we get glimpses of a jealous undertone that will follow the narrator for the majority of the piece. This is first demonstrated on page 33 when he describes his wife’s ex-fiance: “Her officer—why should he have a name?
In addition, we will discuss the effects that these characteristics may have on the theme of the ‘awakening’ and how they allow the reader to have a broader vision of the character’s change of ideas and thoughts. The angle of vision in which the story is told suggests us that the narrator has “a view from above” (Genette 100). This narrator is known as third person narrator, which is the predominant in this novel and is usually omniscient, meaning that the narration is told by someone who is exterior to the story and has a panoramic view (Genette 101). This kind of narration is known as external narration due to the fact that the narrator is able to observe the characters and the events from the outside in an objective way, giving the reader an image of both the characters and the actions. This narrator is normally
The authors use those characters to narrate to show the point of view of the character who have to solve the problem. Also, the narrators point of view show the obstacles faced to solve the problem. When the author shows you only one point of view, its much easier to get the authors point across. For instance, we never hear the side of the two men in black working for the Dominican Government. Also, we never hear the governments side about the giving the people handicaps.
The narrator did not mention anything that could be related to thoughts and feelings of the characters in the story. For example, taken from the excerpt paragraph 10 – 11 when Conway asked; ‘but who has made all these plans?’ Mallinson answered sharply: ‘Lo-Tsen. She’s with the porters now. She’s waiting,’ the narrator did not describe how the Mallinson felt and think when Conway questioned him regarding the plan and the same goes to Conway’s when Mallinson told him about the plan in paragraph 9. In my opinion, the narrator seems to narrate the story with the least explanation in order to allow the reader to gain information based on the details that only reveled by