Once upon a time stirs memories…… Angela carter’s second novel “The Magic ToyShop” is a large spread of mythology, fairy tales, feminity, sexuality and reality. The protagonist of the novel Melanie, like every little girl dreams and fantasizes about herself. Her dreams twined with her fate, walks her through her destiny. The novel commences with Melanie’s desire to wear her mother’s wedding dress. Her desire and curiosity to feel like a woman, to feel like a naughty little princess, this episode ends up with her mistakenly destroying her mother precious wedding dress.
The father tells the girl, “To-night will be a stormy—You to the town must go” (Wordsworth). Not only is the girl sent out by herself, but she has to walk through the woods. As if that wasn’t dangerous enough, the father overlooks that a storm is supposed to hit and sends her out anyways. As a result, the young girl loses her life due to irresponsible guidance from her
The Hobbit is about the journey of Bilbo Baggins and 13 dwarves who journey to get their treasure back. I Am Malala is a nonfiction novel about a girl who fought for her beliefs and as a result, suffered through a big crisis. There are similarities and differences between the way the authors of these two novels portray the hero’s journey. The most obvioust difference in the hero’s journey in these novels was the assistance or guidance. In I Am Malala, Malala’s father stays by her side throughout the journey
Wearing a foreigner's dress, I walked, a stranger, into my father's village (1847).” Zitkala added this to exhibit what changes and how it feels going back home after going to missionary school. Many Native American felt as they were social outcast and unable to identity with neither culture. The boy pursued following the two faiths and did broke the laws of both the cultures. Zitkala Sa attempted to represent both in her life many times and everytime she went against the cultures in some way. Even though she wrote and spoke in English, in her stories, she told how assimilation is wrong and how it is not educating Native Americans.
Nick is now paralyzed from a hit and Rinaldi is unresponsive. It ends with “Rinaldi was a disappointing audience.” which shows how Hemingway chose to add a little humour to the story to add realism. The tone of “In Another Country” is grim and bleak. Nick is in Italy experimenting with Machines that may fix his physical flaws but there is uncertainty that clouds his mind. The intro sentence “In the fall the war was always there, but we did not go to it anymore.” (P168) illustrates the grimness and “There were usually funerals starting from the courtyard” (P168) further illustrates that something is off and missing.
The book tells the story of Guy Montag’s life in the strange world he lives in. In his world no one talks to one another, people are addicted to their uber-realistic reality shows and most important of all, books are banned. As technology advanced homes eventually became fireproof, which meant firemen would need a new job. The job that they are tasked with ends up being to burn any illegal books that are discovered to be possessed by any of the citizens of the country. The attempted suicide of Montag’s wife leads him to begin questioning the world in which he lives.
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Since I exactly know what age she was in this experience, it made the story look funny and ridiculous (in a good way). It was actually cute, in that particular age being lost in the mall, desperately asking for help to random people. I haven’t experienced that before to be honest, that’s why I can’t exactly relate to the story. The author should improve her ending since it doesn’t really satisfy me as a reader. She should also describe the part when Ging was exactly feeling when she realized when her mom was gone, when she searching for her home, and the part where she was going to search for her mom in the department store in the end.
I still remember the exhaustion and sadness I felt during that walk to school. At the age of 13, I childishly struggled to wake by 6 am every morning, but I always did so because I knew I had many responsibilities to attend to. One morning I missed my alarm and missed the bus to school. By default, I had neglected my responsibility to wake my 9-year-old brother, prepare us a breakfast, and get him on the bus to school before I sent myself. That morning I cried as I washed up in icy cold water, packed a snack for my brother and not myself because there was not enough for both of us, and prepared for a very long walk.
I kept asking myself. The sun had gone, and sky began to drizzle. It is scary to go to a foreign country alone, without knowing the language, cultures and friends. I was not a very social person, going to a foreign country for school making me worried, wonder and kinds of lost in my thoughts. My mom stood in my room, packing last few things for me.