Heavy themes such as poverty, racism, and violence are all prevalent during this novel. However, there are certain times when lightheartedness and general liveliness can seep into the story, usually attached to scenes concerning water. For instance, when it begins to rain, after raining for six years, Lauren describes how she feels when the rain hits her skin: “It was so wonderful. How can [Cory] not understand that? It was so incredible and wonderful” (48).
This can be applied to many different species within the world. The theme is the overall meaning of the story. We can see this when Connell writes, “Be a realist. The world is made up of two classes--the hunters and the huntees. Luckily, you and I are hunters”.
In addition, a theme in a story or narrative is a mood set throughout the story. This is a significant role since a theme in a story is what sets the story is undergoing. In the story “Waters of Babylon” we could say we came across various themes. One of the themes we noticed was the Advancement of Exploration. In the story, it states “Forbidden to go east, but I have gone, forbidden to go on the enormous river, but I am there.
All the themes can be developed and how the authors develop into deeper meaning to the story. Gender, Innocence, The home, etc. are all developed differently and in their unique styles of the story. The theme that I'm picking because I feel strong enough to give the explanation is "Identity". Identity is a great example of the theme of the story because it shows who are the characters if the story.
Fans of the Impossible life, as the summary suggests, is a story about friendship. I have to say that I really loved this book because of that focus, sure there was romance, but the central story was the journey three individuals went through on the road to becoming friends and remaining that way. This book will make you feel things. It will make you cry, it will make you laugh (especially Sebby), it will make you question how much you know the people around you, and it will tear your heart into little pieces that you will never get back and you won’t want to. “There was something in me that I was afraid to show other people.
Mood plays a big role in the story, tying into the theme: valuing individuality. In the beginning of the story, the author describes the scene as very mysterious, quiet, and calm. In this part of story, the readers feel a sense in which they too are in a peculiar and peaceful scene. Along with mood, setting as takes on an important factor of the story. The setting throughout “The Pedestrian” is seen as a future dystopia with restricted freedom.
The plot of the story represents how the story goes through, and what happens within it, this combined with the syntax of the story can help set up for the theme of the story, because of how the story is set up, and how the sentences are used. Syntax of this story is how the sentences are spread out, how they are created, and how they are structured. The theme is what the internal message of the story is, and it is created because of the plot of the story, combined with the syntax of how it is set
His storyline idea came from the initial inspiration of the scorching summer heat in Texas. And from there, it gradually developed. The mood of Holes revolves around hardship and confusion- the characters often struggle with issues they do not have full knowledge of. Stanley did not know where the sneakers came from or what was to happen to him in Camp Green lake, but had to endure the miscarriage of justice anyway. As for the tone, the narrator of the story seems dependable, but often infiltrates irony and dark humor.
Holes is a puzzle that readers want to solve. On the end the writer tells that the book is for boys and girls. Opinion: I agree with the reviewer. It is a very deep book and it can be hard to understand because the spiral between past and present can be difficult. There are jokes in the book and nothing is what it looks like.