The reader is immediately aware of an interest in getting to know this refreshingly different speaker better. The opening takes the form of a definite statement of identity.
The weakness of the story is…
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There is a sudden change of tense from the present to the past in the middle of the story, which needs to be addressed. The last paragraph could be re-written: although the idea is good, the writing does not match the level of the earlier paragraphs and the last three sentences seem
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Daily details of human lives are combined with invented and magic factors of unreal world. Fantasy is combined with reality and a question appears: what are the magic possibilities presented in this story of magic realism? Whether the Angel is the inspirer of people?
In this case, Sarty’s father defiles the rights of other people in order to fulfill his ambitions and desires in life while disregarding other people’s feelings. Therefore, his father’s self-fulfillment is through defiling the rights of other people in order to satisfy his ego.
It was written at a time when strict social roles were about to be unraveled. To illustrate: “They were always rebuffed and yet they continued to send out their invitations, unwilling to comprehend the rigid and undemocratic realities of their society” (Cheever 1239).
As time progressed, they talked about other matters, fell in love, cherished one another and finally wedded. The rich king had a daughter named Joanne whom he loved deeply. The queen also had a daughter from a previous matrimony named Jennifer Smith. The two, Jennifer and Joanne, become extremely good friends as they had been tied together by their parents’ marriage.
The story’s point of view refers to the narrator’s position, as it relates to the story being conveyed. This is a first person narrative, since the narrator unveils the plot by describing the viewpoint persona as “I”.
There was an alert of a probable terrorist attack on the city but such alerts were now a common thing to the residents there. Kashmir faced such alerts and such attacks almost on a daily basis; nothing could stop life from bustling. People still got married, they still had
The story is a third person narrative. However, the whole story is interpreted from Mr. Hannay’s point of view. Stream of consciousness of Mr. Hannay makes Mr. Parish’s character more devoid of any logic, reason or understanding, “Mr. Parish didnt live here, he