There have been heroes ever since the existence of humanity. However, wonders about heroism seem to be surprising when dealing with the heroic incidents that are against nature. The narration of The old man and the sea by Ernest Hemingway vividly affirms ways of portraying heroism. There is a fraught of struggles here and there in the book, i.e. endeavors to fight with the nature to prove the heroic strength of the old man.
For decades or centuries the adults have wondered how the teenagers or youngsters get their lives wasted. It is even not surprising that scores of individuals in the present generation fail to have a glimpse over the way they ruin their precious lives. The content of the book Go ask Alice is dedicated for those living in such darkness. It has an array of problems that involve the youths. In general, it’s a book that has strikes much pit or worry on the lives impending to maturity. Is it worth to read such anonymous book?
How do you make yourself a feared and honored king? It is not an easy way that is devoid of hurdles and challenges. If you have visible and invisible weaknesses, The Hobbit by Tolkien Ronald Reuel has a lot of useful information for your present life and the transformation of your life for better in the future. This is an account commencing with an indication of fragile character of Bilbo who is depicted as a having detest on adventure though he has the desire to save his treasure of the ancestral parents.
The Giver is a book of its own kind. Authored by Lois Lowry the novel consists of numeral communities. These communities as the author argues are governed by an Elder. In brief, the Elder are more of the conventional city mayors. From a social perspective everything in this planet is wholly controlled. This infers that people have no innate choice to live the way they want nor they desire, whatever they desire is typically offered at the “Ceremony of the Twelves”. Equally, even the weather seems to be controlled. Ironically, the book paints a symbolic scenario by asserting that music is unknown. Moreover, the dwellers of this world do not see or recognize colors, but the most intriguing aspect is that death is unknown to them.
Mark Twain’s novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer narrates the tale of an adventurous, mischievous and imaginative lad who never seems to let go any opportunity of an adventure. Typically, the novel is anchored within a foundation of dissimilar themes which includes the aspects of love, rebellion, imagination as well as superstition. In essence one of the profound themes of the novel revolves or rather depicts the novel as a childhood romance. From a common perspective it is almost certain that there are cases of correlated emotions overwhelming the young boy when he first encountered Becky Thatcher as the author infers: “He worshiped this new angel with furtive eye, till he saw that she had discovered him; then he pretended he did not know she was present, and began to “show-off” in all sorts of absurd boyish ways, in order to win her admiration.”