Baba and Amir's foil is shown throughout the novel, but you can already identify many differences at the beginning of the book when they lived in Kabul. Although, they also do have a few similarities. They are similar because they are father and son and share similar characterises. Baba and Amir both grew up wealthy as they are Pashtuns. Amir and Baba both hold hard secrets and live their life filled with guilt.
Clyde started his own problems because he didn’t have anybody to tell him what to do. While Marek and Clyde live their lives involved with similar families and robberies, the outcome of their lives ended different. Although Marek and Clyde seemed successful by themselves, their families live a similar life because they both grew up in a lower class family. Marek had to do a lot of illegal tasks the keep himself and family in good health. “Marek grew up in a poorer environment and his mother and step father involved themselves in drug smuggling and it somewhat reflected on Marek a little bit.
Mesmerizing”. These words do capture the intensity of Morgenstern’s work. Her novel is praised for her vivid imagery and enthralling story. Morgenstern’s The Night Circus not only contains an everlasting impression but it also contains a significant theme that leaves readers pondering its importance. In the novel, Le Cirque des Reves’s clock demonstrates how timing and time are seen as a key component throughout the novel, they are what cause a lasting effect over people.
Jay Yarmove, from the University of Cincinnati, wrote “The underpinning of Shirley Jackson’s famous post-World War II story “The Lottery” demonstrate that the work is far greater than the sum of its parts” (Yarmove). This one sentence speaks volumes about the theme and symbolism in the story. The story is written in a manner that allows the reader to empathize with the characters and shows the importance but also the mockery of family and traditions. Traditions are often thought of to be a way for families or communities to demonstrate the customs or beliefs of previous generations. Traditions are commonly thought to be a positive reflection on the past, however in “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson traditions are not positive in nature.
The plot gives the reader a main concept on what they are reading. Characters bring the story to life. Dialogue is what brings the characters to life. Having these three attributes you will have an intriguing story. You can have a diverse set of characters.
However, as time passes, they begin to nurture a love for each other. This is only the beginning of a series of relationships in “The Namesake.” The primary one, centers on Gogol and his tight relationship between his Indian-cultured parents. At first, Gogol is completely in disgust at his parents and their background. This is evident during the beginning of their trip to India. However, Lahiri cleverly uses the trip to India to show stages of development in Gogol with his parents when he sees the Taj Mahal.
In “The Diary of Anne Frank”, there are many symbols that are essential to the plot. Some examples of symbolism in this story would be Anne’s Diary, the Secret Annex, the Star of David, the Nazis and Meip. Anne's Diary is a particularly interesting symbol that symbolizes Anne's life, hope and freedom. An example of this would be when Mr.Frank was just handed the diary after the war. Mr.Franks said, “Anne’s diary.
Nell and Nagg are the parents of Hamm, and Hamm acts as a father to Clov, although it is unclear whether they are blood related. These four characters live together and their parent-child relationships are apparent in their interactions. Although much of these characters history is a mystery, Nell and Nagg’s damaging parenting behaviors effected Hamm’s adult personality and directly affected the way Hamm fathered Clov. To begin, much of these characters history is a mystery. This play is set in a dystopian world much different from the 21’s century.
Within this time period resides the Modern, Harlem Renaissance, Beat Generation, and Postmodern Eras. Attributing to the start of the Modern era are the historical events of WWI, the Great Depression, and the Great Migration of the US. Associated with this era are the desires of fast paced city life; achievement of wealth and success; disillusionment; and shifting away from religion. The Great Gatsby is a great example of these values due to Gatsby, the protagonist, constant desire for success but ultimately disillusioned by Daisy and the chaotic life she brings. (Fitzgerald).
Compare Gatsby and Tom Gatsby: Gatsby is Nick’s neighbour, his real name is Jay Gatz, but he change dit into Gatsby. He was born in a poor family but became rich. He had a relation with Daisy wich ended when he left to (what he says) serve the army. After that he has always been looking for her. Tom: Tom is a friend of Nick, they met in college, he also is Daisy’s husband.