1984 And Cat's Cradle Book Analysis

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Growing up, all my teachers told me to read books. They told me that reading books is good for your and, it would make you smarter. When I was younger, I really didn’t understand how reading fiction books made me smarter. I always thought non-fiction were the books to increase your knowledge because they were real events. Real is better than fake so, I really didn’t understand how you could learn from fictional books until now. Because I thought that you couldn’t learn from reading, I stopped and lost my interest for reading. After reading 1984 and Cat’s Cradle over summer, my passion for reading was rekindled. These two books illustrated how a fictional book is capable of being educational. From these two books, I finally understood that …show more content…
This book revolves around the science, religion, and technology. This novel was extremely interesting to me because the writing style was unique and the plot was different. I find this book on that is important the students read because the writing style is different and, it will most likely be the first experiences for these students with this style. This book is important for kids to read because the author laces the book with a lot of irony that it will be tough read for them. This book is probably the most challenging read for me just because of Vonnegut’s writing style. Now onto the content, “She was a fool, and so am I, and so is anyone who thinks he sees what God is Doing, [writes Bokonon]” (Vonnegut 7.) This is one quote that parodies religion. Many people believe that whatever happens is because of God but this states the complete opposite. This makes many people reflect on their life and religion. “...a scientist turned to Father and said, 'Science has now known sin. ' And do you know what Father said? He said, 'What is Sin?’” (Vonnegut 13.) This quote is referring to the creator of the atomic bomb and how he doesn’t understand the meaning of sin. This implies that he doesn’t know what religion is either. It also implies he doesn’t know the difference between right or wrong. Since the scientist has no clear difference …show more content…
Both books made be question the workings of society and reflect back on our world which classifies the books as stellar novels. Both books have a different style of writing which will make the reader expand their boundaries and really try to understand each book. These two books jumpstarted my love of reading and, I believe each incoming sophomore needs to have that same opportunity to enjoy reading again. The goal of school is fulfilled by these two books as it hopefully makes people enjoy reading and teaches you powerful lessons so, it is imperative that 1984 and Cat’s Cradle are on the reading

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