Perseverance is the main theme in the story, A Long Walk To Water. This is because the main characters Salva and Nya had to persevere through many tough times. Some of those difficulties were when Salva persevered to get through the Akobo Desert and how Nya got through a tough life. The first example is how Salva persevered through the Akobo Desert. There are many ways Salva persevered through the Akobo Desert.
The book "A Long Walk to Water" talks about how a boy named Salva has to live his life. The part about Salva is real, but the author(Linda Sue Park) decided to spice it up and add a fictional character. The fictional character is named Niya. She has a sister that almost dies in the book. But, as I said she is not real.
(MIP-1) Najmah becomes more independent because her trust full family members are gone and so she is all alone.(SIP-A) Najmah was just a weak/scared girl who her family members saw as nothing special or superior(STEWE-1) Najma has a childish fear of leopards and her mother tells her to stop being scared of an
people are differently shaped by society depending on where they live. may individuals would have the same shape, but what if where were people out there that are completely different then anyone else. Slava and Nya are two different kids and at different time. Salva's society was during the 1980's and he was at war trying to get to the east of Ethiopia, away from his home town and his family. nya walks everyday to find water to survive with her family.
Imagine this. Kids having to run away from their families in order to survive. In the book called A Long Walk to Water it is about a boy in a true story and he has a book about his life by Linda Sue Park. A boy named Salva is determined, caring, and persistent.
“Quitting leads to much less happiness in life than perseverance and hope.” (Page 117) -Salva Dut In Sudan the water is the hardest thing to get, imagine you going to walk 5 miles to get a 45lb water jug then put on your head and walk another 5 mile all the way back home but the water in jug is full of insects and bacteria that can make you sick or even death after while the natural water will dry up so you and your family have to move with it and you walk again for miles they hope to find water and they won’t get killed by humans or animals. Salva is changing this cycle of moving with the water by raising money for them but he could not have done it if he was not a water follower himself and his story shows how he has become a leader.
For some of my family the search for individuality is an ongoing process. In fact, my family and the family in “Everyday Use” share similarities and differences when it comes to actions of young people, the treatment of children, and relationships between family members. Firstly, the young people in my family and in the short story share similarities and differences when it comes to our actions. Dee, known as Wangero, and I have some similarities.
A personal journey is a series of events, spiritual, mental, or physical. Salva was born in Sudan, Sudan was a very impoverished country. But Salva was one of the more lucky children in his tribe because his father raised cattle. This allowed him to go to school, and to have food on his table. Though he life wouldn’t be the same after one day after school, this event started him on his personal journey.
The father and his tow daughters The two daughters have the common father, the same blood, but they are different in many aspects. After they married, they have their own life and different lifestyles, so their wishes become different. But they have common aim, what they want or hope is good and benefit for them. Everyone is different, but they have the same point is what they do is good for themselves.
At the “present time” (1963) the novel begins Maria Sirena has no will left to live, but similar to a butterfly trapped in a glass case, she is forcibly preserved with several other sick and dying women in a room in Casa Velazquez, a museum. The water surrounding them is stagnant, they are locked in with no escape, and a storm potentially carrying the uncertain promise of death is threatening them. To an extent this can be representative of classical history in the present day. These women represent a dead/dying past, with social connections cut off, and they are practically sitting in a crypt. It is when Maria Sirena begins to tell her story though that the “dead” past, becomes a living history.
All these living styles were struggling in some way. The ethnic groups all had their own way of dealing with their misfortune and health. A lot of people from the ethnic groups had a very rough life because of these, because they all did not have enough money to pay if they got sick or some terrible disease cause them major illness. The three different ethnic groups living conditions were similar and different because they were all not very wealthy and well fed.
This comes much to the surprise of their cousins, who live in a home where individuality is commended rather than frowned upon. On the other hand, Jaja and Kambili know that to keep their Papa happy and to avoid physical punishment, they should agree with every word that comes out of his mouth. When Jaja and Kambili are able to visit their Aunt Ifeoma and cousins in Nsukka, they experience what it is like to live in a household where there are contrasting viewpoints and a family of people, each with their own wonderful thoughts and opinions. Jaja and Kambili are free to be outspoken and through this, develop passions that grow them as people. Jaja becomes interested in gardening and Kambili falls in love with Father
These challenges that they face have challenged their mentality which in The Ultimate Safari, is the grandmother 's sacrifices and in Lorry Raja, the loss of hope. Both characters which were focused on are similar. They lost hope at the end of the story, after everything they 've gone through. The grandmother in The Ultimate Safari had lost hope in going back to Mozambique to find her family members, as she is aware of the dangers if they leave the refugee camp, after spending her time in Kruger Park. Similarly in Lorry Raja, Siju had lost hope about having a bright future as he had tried but had no progress thus these two characters have experienced a lot to have lost
She becomes a maid of another nameless woman, the wife of Naaman, who was powerful Captain of a Syrian Army. Naaman was described as a mighty man of valor, he was second in command in Syria. He was an adult, male, powerful, rich, privileged, free….. The girl, in contrast, was young, female, powerless, marginalized, enslaved, voiceless and was an orphan.