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So in this case, I thought, rather than cutting elements, why not write in letters all the rest of Candy that I had imagined. It was a very difficult job.
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But that was impossible, so I thought the epistolary format would be most suitable, and indeed it was the easiest way for me to write, and I think eventually the most interesting solution. We would like to know, in fact, if Mrs. Other than that, indeed for the ending, when I started writing Candy, I had pretty much decided how the story would end. So while reflecting on this ending, I had a lot of fun to write the novel.
We know that she is a brave character who overcomes many obstacles, keeps a smile even in the most difficult times, who holds back her tears to not to upset those around her. We would like to know, according to her, what were the most significant misfortunes for Candy.
She did not care about that. Her very existence was something good, and she did not allowed herself to be influenced by those around her.
I would always tend to worry about her. Even the fact that it was published in Japan was a huge surprise to me. So yes, what I want to say through Candy is that if we continue to live, there will inevitably be beautiful things that will arrive. And among all these obstacles that Candy must navigate, there are two characters who made her see all the colors. And finally we would like to know, Madame Nagita, if Neil and Eliza really have a modicum of kindness.
As for Neil, we do not know too much. It is tinted with nostalgia but there is no sorrow or grief. The reminiscence is also full of the enduring respect and love that she has for her mother. She may have become ashamed of her mother but there is no strong reproach: there is acceptance and no judgment. The readers have the feeling they are discovering the events at the same time as the narrator.
It appears less complex than a novel insofar as it focuses on one incident and has a single plot, a single setting, and a very small number of characters. But because it is short, not everything is said and not everything is explained.
A lot is left for the reader to decide as to what can be made of the story. How did the mother feel? Reading the rest of the short-stories will help them get a more general yet sharper view of the city and its city dwellers. The s were a time of struggle against racial discrimination and for Civil Rights, social, economic and political dignity.
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What is the reader supposed to understand? At the end of the story? Whose voice is the reader listening to? Landmarks p. Landmarks, p. Swallow est le nom du bateau des enfants Walker, Amazon, celui des enfants Blackett. Il embarque comme marin sur un vaisseau en partance pour les Mers du Sud et y fait la connaissance de ses deux compagnons Jack et Peterkin.
At once there was a clamor. Close, close, close! Why things are what they are? Celui-ci lance une battue pour retrouver et soumettre Ralph. Island not desert anymore: a place where one can do more than just survive. Discuss 3. What words are depicted or evoked here?
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No place given to this outside world: boys not interested in this outside world l. Answer not voiced: children raise their hands. Ralph clearly states he does not believe in ghosts. Piggy insists he is not to be included in the majority of hands. Piggy: angry reaction at outcome of vote. A character who behaves like a child but realizes the situation demands common sense and wisdom. You fat slug!