It was a fiction and was something a person would not do during the time. It was a new and revolutinary way of writing stories and Daniel Defoe is usually called the "founder" of English novel. The entire story about Robinson Crusoe was made up and therefore it was fiction. People during the era were somewhat stunned to see something different when it came to writing. Writing was usually considered something you would read to understand something, as in facts.
However, in his second book that I read, The Absolutely True…, he starts off with something that some could take as more serious but be tries to make it poetic, and not just serious. Alexie had wrote this beginning as, “I was born with water on the brain.” (pg.1). Which sounds like something that is really serious, but the way that he chose to write it made it have a poetic side to the seriousness. He still made to two completely different books start in different ways, the first being more of a confused serious, and the second being more of a poetic serious. The two different ways of writing make each story start off at their own pace that he continues beautifully.
Depending on what substance they are using, they may feel blissfully oblivious, wonderfully happy, or energized and confident. Nonetheless, all these feelings will be instantaneous, after a while, they will start feeling remorse and mental and physical pain will appear. However, it remains ingrained deeply in them. Moreover, perhaps the most avoidable cause of substance abuse is inaccurate information about drugs and alcohol. Nearly every college student has friends who claim to be experts on various recreational substances, whereas they are happy to assure her that the risks are minimal.
A wart is a disease caused by a virus and it cannot just go away unless a person decides to do something about it like putting medicine on the infected parts the same way an empty pair of dance shoes will sit on the floor until given a reason to move. This is a comparison to life in that a person cannot just sit and wait for work to just do itself since there is some effort required so as the work to be done. A person has to show willingness to do work for the work to be accomplished. A person who is asleep and covered with wild hair feels lazy to wake up and has no willingness to wake up just like a clown knocked down flat by a sandbag. In life one has to overcome laziness and have
Precisely, his body is controlled by his physical need for the drug, which renders him a slave to his addiction. Junk generates the total need for junk and the addict’s subsequent submission to it. As his body becomes regulated by his addiction, he is devoid of affect and subjectivity. The junkie has ‘flesh that fades at the first silent touch of junk’ and ‘cancelled eyes’ and he is governed by the ‘terrible urgency’, the ‘dry hunger’ of junk need, while no longer capable of experiencing ‘the pleasures of the body’ or an intact, autonomous existence: ‘If a friend came to visit – and they rarely did since who or what was left to visit – I sat there not caring that he had entered my field of vision – a grey screen always blanker and fainter’. The body of the junkie and his organs have no role or aim other than addiction and this is how the subject loses his autonomy, his individual agency.
The question that applies is that would the book have been as effective if it had been written in a more serious manner? Every author has a reason of writing a novel in a certain way and mostly that is influenced by the style the author write with. So in this case the book would not be as effective. Doc Daneeka 's death is humorous but even closer to serious events it also spread out the satire beyond the war zone and into civilian life Heller (1962:47). Above all that Doc Danneka is a soldier who has to fly but he contradicts himself, Doc is a flight surgeon who hates to fly Heller (1962:37).
The fellow was also a victim of Parkinson’s disease and syphilis. His illnesses are attributed to his extensive drug habits but there is no surety on the fact. During his regime, meth was distributed under the name Pervitin to all his soldiers who fought the war. These drugs are known to do the following –Increase powerReduce tirednessCause the individual to become very aggressiveMake the individual void of feelingsCompletely
The structure has caused authors to only use this structure to write their novels and the same for directors and producers. Only sometimes is their mild differences in the works they created in which provides some creativity, but little to none. The original use of heroes no longer exist in today’s time and only exists on behalf of the monomyth structure, nothing else. One can argue that, if the book was never created or the structure itself wasn’t, the literature world would be one that is different, with perhaps more creativity and freedom in the creation of stories relating to heroic quests. One of the most recurrent stories we see on television today is the “cold feet before the wedding” ones in which the groom or bride gets scared before marrying one another and it becomes a whole episode on that sole
Dystopian fiction, is a very popular genre, which depicts worlds where society has broken down and generally devalues human beings. There is always a reason to write a dystopian novel. In the modern day world, there are a lot of dystopian fiction writers, for example Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, Lois Lowry and etc., but one of the best dystopian fiction writers is Ray Douglas Bradbury. He wrote Fahrenheit 451, one of the most popular dystopian novels ever written. Bradbury was afraid of the technology and was against the mass-media propaganda in the USA, but it all started from the time period he lived in.
Brian Justimbaste lives a very solitary and mundane life accounted for by the way he opened his story, stating: “My knees ached from the long walk. All I saw was an uprooted tree. No sight of anybody walking. No traffic lights.” He seemed to have gone to a convenience store and bought cans of beer to drink by himself which further develops the account I posted earlier. He then proceeded to quell his boredom by watching a show on wish fulfillment which I assume is to be the show called, “Ang Munting Hiling” which he never really got to focus on as it ended because it did not hold his interest long enough.