The language used in appealing and interesting to read as the story unfolds and the author’s imaginations become evident. Through the use of vivid description, one can easily see how the mermaid missed…
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5). The aspect of social interaction and immortality are portrayed handily, but author fails to explicate why the little mermaid desires to be a human being just for a day. Apparently, reading the book, one realizes the beauty of nature that humanity seems to have torpedoed through their egocentric actions, actions which are merely meant to benefit humanity while disadvantaging other creations. While the story captures the reader’s attention all through due to the familiarity of aspects involved, the author needs to explicate why the mermaids believe that every cry from a sad child will only provoke God to add years onto their probation. This will ostensibly indicate its relevance in the current fairly advanced society.
The egocentric nature of human beings is further portrayed in the other stories. For instance, the emperor would spend so much just to get good clothes. Similarly, the beauty of nature is also evident in “The Ugly Duckling” where the author states “Round about field and meadow lay great woods, in the midst of which were deep lakes” (p. 42). Apparently, this can be perceived as a mere nostalgia and what stands out from the novel is that humanity has failed in its role of protecting the environment. It is a wake-up call for everybody to start acting more responsibly towards nature.
Similarly, while Selma Lagerlöf’s narration was essentially meant for children, it serves a great importance in an adult audience. Nils is a 14 year old lad who is best in eating, sleeping and causing mischief. The author’s interest in surveying the world is portrayed throughout the narration, a factor that makes the story even more interesting to read. The villainous depiction of the natural world of Sweden in terms of the environment from north to south, animals and the kind of life that they leave whisks me to a different world. However, it is still contentious why the young lad enjoys causing mischief and the author’s intention in
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