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Answered a Question in Night
Wiesel loses his innocence the night he arrives at Auschwitz. Prior to that night, he often describes himself as an innocent child who only wants to study the Kabbalah. He doesn't understand the...
Answered a Question in The Giver
The community in The Giver is dedicated to Sameness, a lifestyle that does not include individuality, creativity, or deep feelings. This way of life is strictly adhered to by all citizens. Though...
Answered a Question in 1Q84
There are two main characters in Haruki Murakami's novel 1Q84: Aomame and Tengo. Aomame Aomame is a thirty-year-old assassin who has been hired by a wealthy woman, referred to as the Dowager, to...
Answered a Question in The Bonesetter's Daughter
The clearest example of the importance of names in The Bonesetter's Daughter is LuLing trying to remember her mother's name. She knows that her mother told her—she even remembers the...
Answered a Question in Life of Pi
Pi learns about Islam, Catholicism, and Hinduism. He does so of his own accord—much to the chagrin of his parents and brother who find his behavior bizarre. But Pi loves all three religions in...
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