In the novel, The Witch, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S Lewis published in 1950 was written about four children and their journey in Narnia. C.S Lewis was a British novelist and a Christian apologist. The novel is the first of the best known seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia. The book starts off with four children being sent to live in out in the country with a man named, Professor Kirke. They are sent to live with him because it is a safer place during the war, World War II.
While playing a game of hide-and-seek, Lucy- the youngest- ended up finding a wardrobe that leads to this magical land called Narnia. She and her siblings are part of the prophecy to save Narnia from the evil White Witch and take back in control with Aslan- the good Lion and the ruler of the magical country. In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, C.S. Lewis’s use of symbolism reveals the major connection between the characters and Christianity, as seen revealed in Alsan and the White Witch. Lewis up in a Christian household, which explains why Lewis’s main genre was Christianity.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis is a story of four different journeys the Christian life can take represented by each of the four children. Lucy, the youngest of the four, is described as “imaginative” and by the end of the story is given the name “Queen Lucy the Valiant” for her courage and determination shown when convincing her siblings that Narnia was indeed real. Susan, the eldest girl, is described as “sensible” for tasks such as her simple reminders to put fur coats before going into Narnia. She was later given the name “Susan the Gentle.” Peter, the eldest of the four children, was the leader of his siblings and assisted in the battle efforts. After the battle, he was given the name “King Peter the Magnificent.” These three children are on Aslan’s side, but Edmund is a different story.
It’s about Snow White but this story is from the queen’s point of view. The queen discovers that Snow White is a bloodthirsty vampire and becomes terrified of her. The queen forces Snow White out from the castle to protect the kingdom and its people. Snow White finds her wicked prince in the forest and her greatest desire is to return to the castle and get revenge and murder the Queen. So Snow White
A woman named Harper Lee wrote “To Kill A Mockingbird”, which about the life of two siblings, Jem and Scout Finch, and their experiences in the eventful Maycomb County. It is written in the perspective of Scout. It is important that it is written in first person narrative because it emphasizes on the characters. Unlike third person omniscient, first person narrative shows the reader the truth of the character, which is very important when you want to see flesh in the developing character. Reading in first person narrative allows the readers to engage with the characters better and that is experienced with Scout while reading this great piece of literature.
A Wrinkle in Time A Wrinkle in Time was written by Madeleine L’Engle, an award-winning John Newberry Medal author. She was born on November 29, 1918, wrote the book A Wrinkle in Time that became published in 1962. Following that, L’Engle wrote the sequels which included A Wind in Door, A Swift Tilting Planet, Many Waters, and An Acceptable Time. In the novel, Margaret “Meg” Murry, Charles Wallace Murry, and Calvin O’Keefe are given a task which leads them to save Meg’s father, Mr. Murry. Throughout their journey, they face many sources of evil.
Review: The book is about the experiences and thoughts of a young female named Anne Frank who lived through the horrors of the Second World War. It was due to the Nazi occupation in Holland that the Frank family went into hiding in Amsterdam in the so-called “Het Achteruis”. Being confined inside a single apartment with another family until their whereabouts were betrayed to the Gestapo, she jots her thoughts on her diary she had named “Kitty” as seen on her entry on the 20th of June in 1942 on nearly a daily-basis. Although there was war, this did not stop Anne Frank from having normal thoughts of a child going through puberty, experiencing young love, feeling that she had no real close friends, and the like; she discussed her thoughts on these matters as if everything was just normal. Moreover, it is seen in the latter entries how Frank matures, her thoughts shifts from the perspective of a young girl to the perspective a young-adolescent as she gains more profound thoughts about humanity as it is seen on some entries how she finds it difficult to comprehend why the Jews were being persecuted or how she confronts her own identity.
Description Goddesses Durga the Mahashakti, the form and formless, is the root cause of creation, preservation and annihilation. Durga, meaning "the invincible" is the principal form of the Goddess, also known as Devi and Shakti in Hinduism. According to legend, Durga was created for the slaying of the buffalo demon Mahisasura by Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, and the lesser gods, who were otherwise powerless to overcome him. Embodying their collective energy (shakti), she is both derivative from the male divinities and the manifested representation of their power. The word "Durga" in Sanskrit means a fort, or a place which is difficult to overrun.
The Book Thief is a fictional story narrated by death , based in Nazi Germany, during the time of war.. The story traces a young girl’s tragic life, her relation with her foster parents, and with a young Jew who hides in her house during the Second World War. The book also traces the life and times during the infamous autocratic rule of Hitler and what it meant to be living during times of war and bloodshed. The book tells the story of Liesel Meminger and is set in the year 1939 in the fictional town of Molching, Germany. The story is narrated by Death, starting with when she first catches him take away her young brother’s souls.
In her diary, she wrote about her friendships, crushes and her academic performance at school. Anne had an older sister named Margot, and they attended a Jewish school in Amsterdam. In this diary, the Franks moved to Netherlands from Germany because they feared prosecution. After the Germans invaded the Netherlands in 1940, the Franks, another family called the van Daans and Mr Russell hid in a small secret annex above Otto Frank’s, Anne’s father’s office. The employees of Otto’s office helped supplied the Franks with food, and information of the outside world.