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The mighty skyscrapers, sailing vessels, bridges and many other iron and steel developments that could only be fantasized of in the past shows a dream come true through this historical fiction novel. Garret as a novelist blended the novel with a successfully mixed in believable and non-believable actions. The readers and the novelist colleagues such as Ayn Rand have reflected love sequences in the iron to steel revolution in relation to capitalism in a way that could be greatly envied. This research paper analyzes the literary notions in the novel “the cider buggy: a fable in iron and steel.”
The capitalist fiction theme is the central thematic setting of the novel. This novel’s writing style shows some old-fashion trends but easy to follow, read and interpret. The overall settings of this novel revolve around historical perceptive and a fine novel. Unlike "The Driver," "The Cinder Buggy" makes a romantic aspect of the capitalism story: by the time when the blast furnace is almost about to come to terms with its corpse, the gentleman in cowhide stockings and skullcap strengthening the white-hot fire clutches the lone lady (Garrett 111). In between their body language, he observes and kisses her "once hotly on the mouth." However, Garrett storyline is only travelable at telling an affection story, and it is a touching story with a melancholic mood. A man who happens to kiss a woman for the first time in his life at the burning furnace is her spouse and has been engaged to her for the past six years. This romantic epitome of the novel reveals the inner interpretation of the iron to steel ages. The capitalism engulfed in the iron and steel manufacturing industry moving from an era where people could not enjoy the fruits of iron and steel to an era where civilization has been reached and the steel can build skyscrapers and bridges. This is the romance put across by Garret in the iron and steel epoch. The fruits of
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