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    In the article “Afghan Women: What the West Gets Wrong”, Bina Shah, the author of the piece, presents the foundations and lifestyles of Afghan women in a very cunning way. Through the stories of the persecution of women such as Reza Gul and two other women in Konya, Turkey, Shah unravels the common stereotypes and qualities Afghan women often receive while informing the reader of what life for Afghan women is really like. Along with this, Shah depicts how uninformed many Westerners are about the women’s situations and feelings. This critical review will uncover the depths of how women are treated in Afghanistan and the relevancy of part of the piece being written in first person point-of-view. Summary: Shah’s article presents the topic of the…

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    unreliable narrator. There are many times throughout where we can question the validity of her point of view. “I know that no one is going to believe any of this. That’s okay. If I thought you would, then I couldn’t tell you. Promise that you won’t believe a word” (p.578). Connecting to the ability to distinguish between the ideas of magical realism. Her presence of the narrator plays an important role in this factor by giving the reader a chance to personally connect with the both the narrator…

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    Because even though both characters are unreliable, they are not unreliable in the same way. One of the main difference’s we observe would be the diverse settings the stories are written in. For example, “Notes from the underground” was written in 1864 Russia, and was about Dostoevsky’s great contempt for nineteenth--century utilitarianism. However, “Diary of a madman” was written 1918 china and focused on the idea that the feudalism in China is essentially a cannibalistic act of a society…

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    Everyone has dealt with situations where the other person won’t agree with their point of view on a situation. Well, many stories use these situation to create conflict. When two different perspectives are trying to take the lead, it is almost impossible for the opposing view to compromise, because each side thinks they are correct. Confetti Girl by Diana Lopez and Tortilla Sun by Jennifer Cervantes show that different points of views, for example, from a parent and from a child, can create…

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    “Literature adds to reality, it does not simply describe it. It enriches the necessary competencies that daily life requires and provides…” – C.S. Lewis. Literary fiction authors strive to engage and intrigue their audiences. In order to do this they tell stories with well-developed elements. The seven main elements of fiction are: plot, character development, point-of-view, setting, theme, symbolism and style. Including these elements and developing them within a story, helps to keep stories…

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    The 5th Wave Analysis

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    and the few remaining humans can't be trust anyone. I know what you're thinking: Another post-apocalyptic novel? The 5th Wave isn't just another post-apocalyptic novel. It's character-driven, it's complexly-plotted, and it’s frightening. While The 5th Wave is written in multiple points-of-view, 16 year old Cassie, the teen narrator of the largest portions of the novel, is the character whose voice will likely receive the most attention. She's one of the few who's managed to stay alive during…

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    Retell: In the film Apocalypse Now, scenes focus on the use of reconciling two opposing views of the same reality. In the scene, Willard aboard the navy patrol boat crosses paths with a Vietnamese sampan. At the moment, Willard is asking the men on the navy boat to ignore the sampan and continue on their journey. But, according to the protocol the Chief makes Chef search the sampan to look for any evidence of trafficking of supplies. A Vietnamese woman on board runs towards a basket which…

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    in some cases videos are all unware that their photos end up on the page out to the public for anyone to view. The photos or…

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    1. What do you know about the mother of the story? Mama is the narrator of the story who is a rather large lady who works very hard to support her family. She is brutally honest of both her daughters, Dee and Maggie. She also seems resentful of Dee’s education since she fantasizes about them reuniting with her on a television show where Dee is very appreciative of her. 2. When we have a first-person narrator, we have to decide if she is reliable or unreliable. Do you trust this narrator? Why…

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    A Stir Of Echoes Analysis

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    Getting to know someone involves spending time with the desired new person, talking to them, and/or observing how their actions. It would be somewhat difficult to learn about their character without those factors. We learn about characters in books in just about the same way we learn about them in the real world, by interacting with them in some manner. The difference between reality and books, though, is the middle man between the reader and the characters, the narrator. The narrator gives us…

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