Brief Wondrous Life Of Oscar Wao Analysis

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The ‘’Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao’’ is a novel written by Junto Diaz, a Dominican Republic native writer who moved to New Jersey at the age of 6 years old. According to his autobiography, Junto was bone in December 31, 1968, in Santo Domingo the capital city of Dominica. He earned Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers University and his Master of Arts from Cornell University. He teaches at MIT in Massachusetts. He has put his own make on the literature by writing servers stories like; Drown, This is how you lose her, and also received the Pulitzer Prize-Winning for his navel, The Brief Wondrous life of Oscar Woa. He is a fiction editor for Boston Review. Junto Diaz is a very good creative writer. In his book The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Woa, his style of writing was idiomatic. He expresses things in the way that sound natural. And he was not too formal with his expression. In this novel, he wrote about the political and sexual terror of the Trujillato and how this haunted the family across three generations. He explaining the bad things about the fuku curse, he creatively laid it out so everyone can understand him. Like for instance, in a very…show more content…
He is an author who knows how to create protagonist in a story. The protagonist can also be called the main character, they center the story. He also knows how to make the protagonist more interesting. Oscar Wao was an interesting character in this novel. In an interview with Noah Charney, Junot was asked how he came up with the name for this novel. He answer was, ‘’actually the title came first! One day in Mexico City I was at a party. Something there said Oscar Wao. But with a Chilango accent. He had said Oscar Wilde but it sound like Oscar Wao, as soon as he said that, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao jumped in to my head.’’ This show how creative he is as an author. He creates a narrator for all his books and calls him
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