Analysis Of ' The Third And Final Continent ' By F. D. Cummings

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The Uglies, [i carry your heart with me(i carry it in], and The Third and Final Continent all incorporated a communal theme. The theme of friendships and relationships was developed in the novel, the Uglies as well as two of the ancillary texts. In the Uglies, written by Scott Westerfeld, the statement of friendships are at risk and may be altered when problematic situations occur was expressed. The theme was conveyed through the plot of the novel. Furthermore, E. E. Cummings used figurative language in the poem, [i carry your heart with me(i carry it in], to present the idea of love being the strongest emotion in a relationship. Lastly, The Third and Final Continent, written by Jhumpa Lahiri, established the theme of every relationship in an individual’s life is meaningful through the plot. Undoubtedly, complex characters, the plot, and the authors’ choices on the structure of the texts play a sustainable role in theme development. For a theme of friendships and relationships, the novel indicated that friendships are at risk and may be altered when gruesome situations occur. Since the theme is conveyed through the plot, the rising actions, climax, and falling actions in the book all advanced the theme. To describe, as the rising actions occur, Tally meets her new best friend, Shay. Shay leaves Tally behind in Uglyville; meanwhile, Shay traveled to the Smoke to avoid becoming pretty. Tally promised Shay to keep it a secret. The Specials forced Tally to either betray Shay…

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