Analysis Of Nineteen Shades Of Grey Essay example

1142 Words Sep 10th, 2014 5 Pages
Novels create a second life. When we read novels, we often feel transported to another world. This “world” is basically a figment of our imagination that we believe to a re-enactment of the novel. Like the erotic novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, most of us can agree that it has, in some way, put a scenario in our minds of what we believe the book to be about. I had a strong connection to the fictional character, Anastasia Steele. Despite our difference in gender, we shared personal traits. The novel portrayed Anastasia to be witty, shy, independent, and highly insecure.
Every time I read Fifty Shades of Grey, I could feel myself being transported to some imaginary sideline that only my mind could conjure. Like the sidelines in a stadium, I was the audience in every scene of the book. I observed every scene carefully. As fictional as it was, I often believed that the plot of the novel was based on my personal life. It felt so relatable. The more I read, the more connected I felt to Anastasia. Reading the novel always made me feel empathetic. As I slowly escaped into a world of my own by the turn of every page, I would confidently imagine myself to be Anastasia. Since the novel is written in the first-person point of view, I believed her words and her actions were the content of my “script”. I even had a particular music playlist for when I read the novel. The most dominant song on the playlist that always mesmerized into my “world” was “Moonshine (The Futuristics Remix)” by Bruno…

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