Essay On The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian

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Ever wondered what gets readers hooked on a book? In “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian” by Sherman Alexie the authors have many ways to grab the reader's attention by using many techniques from humor to emotional and traumatic to suspense. In the book the main character named Junior is an Indian boy growing up on a reservation. By growing up on the reservation junior makes a choice to leave the reservation and go to a white school which gives Junior obstacles in his life.There are many obstacles that happen even before Junior decided to go to another path with his life. With the obstacles that happen to Junior it creates an emotional and traumatic impact on junior as well as getting the readers hooked to turn the page and keep reading.

To begin, in “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time IndianSherman Alexie describes a moment in
From comparing the death rates and even mentioning the deaths Alexie shows an emotional impact on Junior from the deaths he has to go through. Alexie writes how Junior being an Indian has impacted his life. Junior says how he has been to many funerals and is at a young age. “Jeez, I’ve been to so many funerals in my short life. I’m fourteen years old and i’ve been to forty -two funerals. That’s really the biggest difference between Indians and white people” (Alexie 199). Throughout the years Junior has been to many funerals which impacts Junior in an emotional way. The way that the funerals and deaths that happens to Junior impact him in an emotional way because He has to go through the funerals of loved ones many times that sometimes he doesn't know how to react. With the emotional impact it shows how Junior deals with it. By emphasizing the funerals, it hooks readers to know more and keep turning the

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