All you sucka Mc’s ain’t got nothing on me It Beo in this thing everybody know me. I’ll knock Grendel down im the baddest in town . I fight for a king but I you know I keep the crown IM BAD
Through the entire book the point they are trying to get across to the reader is “find the underlying meaning”. Once we can find the real meaning, then we are reading like a professor. Remember the different symbols and ironies and sarcasms though.The chapter is basically a restatement of previous chapters, just repeating that readers need to think of the story in a different perspective and that they should see the author or maybe the characters point of view.
Chapter 22– This chapter discusses blindness. Blindness can typically exhibit failure to see reality. Usually when the author introduces blindness, they do it for an emotional effect over physical. “If you want your audience to know something important about your character, introduce it early, before you need it.” This implies that introducing a detail towards the beginning of the story will make the reader think it has high importance throughout the rest of the story.
Chapter 20 is about the effect seasons have. Most teenage movies are set in the summer because that is supposedly the prime of their lives. Winter signifies age and the characters are usually moody or gloomy. When it is fall the characters are probably changing is some ways. Spring the character is probably renewed in some way.
Chapter 19 is about the geography. The geography symbolizes the mood of the characters. Such as if a character is on the beach they are usually relaxed and calm. Hills can symbolize journeys or difficult tasks that the character has to overcome.The author explains to us how different cultures are brought into writing and the effects they have on them. He talks about American literature and other types of literature inside of this chapter
Chapter 14 is about how almost everything, in some form, is a Christ figure. The chapter gives a list to relate characters to. The list is 1. crucified, wounds in the hands, feet, side, and head 2. in agony 3. self-sacrificing 4. good with children 5.good with loaves, fishes, water, wine 6. thirty-three years of age when last seen 7. employed as a carpenter 8. known to use humble modes of transportation, feet or donkeys preferred 9. believed to have walked on water 10. often portrayed with arms outstretched 11. known to have spent time alone in the wilderness 12. believed to have had a confrontation with the devil, possibly tempted 13. last seen in the company of thieves 14. creator of many aphorisms and parables 15. buried, but arose on the third day 16. had disciples, twelve at first, although not all equally devoted 17. very forgiving 18. came to redeem an unworthy world.
Chapter 13 basically talks. about political writing. He uses Scrooge in a Christmas carol as a example. He says even if you never heard of Thomas Mathilus (Christmas carol) you can tell something is going beyond the story. The author of Scrooge chose him because he is unique and representative. Ales because there’s lots of traits in the Scrooge that are in us and in society. The story is meant to Change us and through us change society.
In chapter 12 the author talks about symbols inside of writing. He explains that some things Might actually mean another thing. For example a white flag might mean we come in peace or don’t shoot but in reality it will mean something deeper than that. He gives us examples to understand how symbols in writing works and how they fit in a story. The author says that not everybody will think a symbol is whatever you think it means. Some symbols let you wonder on your own imagination.