Some feel it’s the mystery within the novel. Some feel it the underlying message that the author is trying to portray the reader, and others may feel it is the rising action of drama and conflict of the characters within the story. All these assumptions and opinions can be true. Every writer has a unique gift that they want to share with a specific audience, rather that audience be children, teenagers, young adults, and or older people. Most books have a dramatic structure, leading the reader through the introduction, rising action, climax, falling action, and then the great finish.
While Amir’s early childhood was spent trying to get his father 's attention while also trying to find ways to make him proud of him. He tries his best to make a bond with his father while Sohrab’s bond is organic and natural. Sohrad has his father’s love and affection and does what he is told while Amir constantly strives without success for his father’s love. This leads to him carrying on bad decisions.These two father-son relationship hassan is foil to Baba while Sohrad is a foil to Amir. Both Baba and Hassan are strong and brave men who stand up for what they believe is right in the world.
The reader feels that they are being allowed to find out something, but only they are being told, they feel that the story is exclusive to them. This creates a lot of tension throughout the play because the reader is feeling things that the narrator feels and is trying to fathom out what his next move will be. The very first word in the story creates a lot of the atmosphere because it is in capital letters and has an exclamation mark after it. This instantaneously awakens the reader and captures their interest. The word itself, ‘true,’ is also important because the narrator is replying to a question that the reader has supposedly asked before the story has even begun.
This example of climax has generated an intense feeling in the reader’s mind and has effectively allowed the reader to think of their own conclusion. The plot of the story “The Midwich Cuckoos” has played an important role in moving the story from the beginning to the end. A plot is a text structure device which is defined as a sequence of events that make up a story. It is the most important part of any literature because it helps the reader to identify the main purpose that is being conveyed by the story. The general plot o... ... middle of paper ... ...eates a sense of realism in the story and shows the reader where the story is set and where the characters come from.
A Psychological Perspective of The Turn of the Screw Henry James was one of the famous writers during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He was known as an innovative and independent novelist. One of James' novels, The Turn of the Screw (1898), has caused a lot of controversy among many critics, and each of them has had a particular interpretation. James' creative writing built a close connection between his novel and his readers. The reactions of the readers toward The Turn of the Screw can be researched psychologically by analyzing how James developed his story using questionable incidents, an unreliable narrator, unexpected changes, an interesting prologue, and effective images and words.
When reading a story, we immediately start to identify the conscious and unconscious themes that the author is trying to portray. When we gather enough details about the story we are able to make assumptions as to what the story is about and how it was meant to be portrayed by the author. Identifying themes in a story can be just as important as knowing the characters or their setting because the themes can tell us what the meaning of the story actually is. Franz Kafka’s story The Metamorphosis has several different meanings relating to the overall hidden message within the story. The theme “work and identify” is very strong throughout the story by Kafka especially, as the reader, you start to learn more about the characters and their overall mission as the story progresses and eventually digresses at the end.
Chaim Potok’s The Chosen explores two father son relationships, one between the Malters and one between the Saunders. In the final chapter of the book, Danny and Reb Saunders finally come to an understanding of each other, but not without the help of Reuven. Although they are a strong family, the Saunders need an outside force to help them communicate and solve Danny’s problems overall. The last chapter covers the need for suffering and pain and shows how Danny grows with Reuven’s help. Despite the conflict of intellect versus religion for him, Danny assumes that his father’s harsh upbringing is not in a cruel way, but is a part of his training as tzaddik.
Safe haven attachment towards his father continues as the boy becomes more fearful of the world he lives in. However, he has no choice by the end of the novel but to let go of the safe haven attachment and move into the more secure base characteristic. Thus, the novel reflects many aspects of Bowlby’s attachment theory in child development.
In any of them, rebellion was part of theses relationships; on the contrary, the four characters end up loving and respecting each other even more. The first, a father with widely different interests and personality than his son, shows him how to live his life to the fullest. The kid narrates one specific event with details to show how the event has completely changed his mindset. The ending line of the story describes what the boy took away from his experience with his father, “if you haven’t driven on fresh powder, you having driven”, meaning if a person has not tried to live their life completely, why is it worth even living. The second, the father presents to his son a world that makes him learns he must be in charge of his own safety and security.
However, this bond can potentially evolve into more of a dynamic fitting relationship. In The Road The Man and his son have to depend on one another because they each hold a piece of each other. The Man holds his sons sense of adulthood while the son posses his father’s innocence. This reliance between the father and son create a relationship where they need each other in order to stay alive. “The boy was all that stood between him and death.” (McCarthy 29) It is evident that without a reason to live, in this case his son, The Man has no motivation to continue living his life.