Self-Reflection on learning literature

In the last class of Literature, with Pato, we prepared a last post in our blogs with our own reflections on our own learning of this year.


         This year I strongly believe that I improved in making essays and understanding poems. I am really proud that at the beginning of this year I was scared of two things, my two objectives for Literature. These were to study hard, preparing properly and passing the IGCSE and to promote the subject in the last term, and finally I achieved my two aims. Therefore, I realized that if I commit to something, if I work hard and if I trust on myself, I will be able to achieve it. I liked they way we worked this year as we had one class a weak but anyway, we worked and advanced a lot with the poems and stories. Furthermore, my thoughts about this overall year are positive as I feel proud of me due to my self-improvement during this year.

Essay-“The people before” by Bautista Buljevich

In class of Literature, with Pato, I made this essay based on the story “The People Before”.

Essay question: Explore the ways Maurice Shadbolt makes you sympathise with the narrator and Tom in The People Before. Support your ideas with details from the story

In the story The People Before, the author, Maurice Shadbolt made the reader sympathise with the narrator because of several events in which the author made this possible. All throughout the tale Shadbolt language

To begin with,  Maurice Shadbolt makes the reader sympathise with the narrator many different times. This character, the eldest brother, was not sturdy and he preferred the company of his father and to spend more time outside the house than his younger brother. The family dynamic was interesting as the narrator liked working with his father while Jim was the opposite and preferred to be more academic. In his father’s eyes Jim was not made out to be a farmer and in many ways gives up on Jim. This is a clear example of one situation by which the author achieve his aim, as readers realized that the narrator was very productive as he helped his father a lot.

In addition,  after the arrival of the to brothers from the Second World War, during a discussion about coping with war, the elder brother said he had no happy memories to focus on during war. Nonetheless, Jim said that for him their old farm was “Te Wahiokoahoki”, the place of happy return. Therefore, the narrator felt jealous that he could never feel that way and also because Jim didn’t think about his parents as well as his brother. Jim was being selfish at least in the narrator’s eyes. He had forgotten about all the times the narrator helped him. How his mother supported him everytimes and how in his own subtle way his father helped him. This showed that the narrator felt a great passion for his family. Therefore, I think that lots of readers sympathized with him.

Although the narrator too did not have strong feelings for the land that he helped his father to farm; when he sought for something to focus on during the war, the farm, the place of happy returns does not suggest itself, he invested a lot of labour and effort to help his father. Thus, the eldest brother  had a very positive quality. This was that he looked at things in a dispassionate way without passing judgment on either his father or his brother. Finally,  it was also noticeable that the narrator was jealous of his younger brother when Jim was able to understand the Maori tradition when the old man was left on Craggy Hill, while his father and him couldn’t. This partly expressed how sensitive he was, and that was  what many readers loved.

To conclude, Maurice Shadbolt allowed readers to sympathise with the narrator of the story by expressing specific actions he had made throughout the tale. Shadbolt also described the eldest brother as a good and logical person.

Essay- “Lionheart”

In class of Literature, with Pato, I made this essay of the story “Lionheart”

Essay Question:  This poem proudly describes Singapore. The poet cleverly uses the Merlion to symbolize the magnificence and pride of her home country. Comment closely on this.


In the poem “Lionheart”, written by Amanda Chong, Singapore is described proudly by the author. The poet uses the structure and its symbolisms of the Merlion to symbolize the magnificence of her home country.


On the one hand, the poet cleverly uses the Merion’s head symbolism to describe her pride towards singapore. To begin with, the head is a lion. This predator is the king of the jungle, and it symbolizes ferocity, courage as well as superiority. The lion was chosen to be the head of this structure to express that each citizen of Singapore get these qualities. Moreover, the body of the Merlion is a fish. This animal symbolizes agility, balance and inferior to the lions. This helpless animal was chosen to  be the body of the structure to express that also each Singapore’s citizen get these qualities. These attributes are mentioned in the poem by Chong to give self-confidence to Singapore’s people, and to help them to realize the important they are.


On the other hand, the author wants Singapore’s citizens to remember their origins, which was Great Britain, as she uses the word “Lionheart” to compare them with lions, due to their similar characteristics. Besides, the poet comments in the second stanza that transformation occured and it’s continue occurring, as the jungle was becoming a city from rural to Urban. Furthermore, Singapore’s development was thanks to the British. Moreover, the Author uses the words “water” and “sea”, which are essential to Singapore’s people, as they symbolize trade. Trade was fundamental to the development of the nation, as they, as well as Great Britain, are an island.

To sum up, the poet cleverly uses the Merlion to symbolize the magnificence and pride of her home country, and to express her pride towards Singapore and its Citizens, using the structure’s symbolism to get to the heart of every citizen of that Nation, and to remember them their origins.


In class of Literature, with Pato, we answered in groups of three some questions about “Billenium”. I worked with Matias Ripoll and Olivia Obligado.

  • 1. Write a detailed synopsis of the story.

This story, called Billenium, is situated in the future. There is overpopulation and for this reason people are forced to live in small cubicles. The population density is too high, so the government limits the people’s living space. People are forced to create bonds and friendships with people living nearby, as the old friends live far away and it’s impossible to visit them. Family traditions and relations are weakened for the same reason. Money loses value as, and richness is represented by having land. Ward and rossiter were close friends who decided to live together so that they could have more than one cubicle. They discover a hidden room which allows them to have more space. They invite girls to the room, who later on invite their relatives. They end up having the same space as before. For this reason, they decide to remove the wardroom. This shows that billenium is a circular story, as they want to have more space but when they get it, they buy furniture which occupies room and invite more people.

  • 2. Discuss the theme of over-population and the effect it has on both the way of life and quality of life of the inhabitants of the city.


The term ‘overpopulation’ explains the reality of that society which lives without space, that is to say that there are more people than place where to live. It is ironic the condition of getting more place since  to obtain it, you have to marry and have three children so that finally they give you an apartment with more place. However, not only the place increases but also the people, so the department ends up being small and oppressive due to the number of inhabitants inside.


  • 3. The quest for living space has become an overriding obsession with the people of the city. Discuss this theme in detail. Include in your answer some discussion of the ways in which Ballard makes the quest for space dominate the characters’ lives.


In “Billenium”, people’s most precious and valuable thing was space. They have a quest for living space. When Ward found a lot of space to live, he reduced it by sharing it with other people, as he used to live in a very little place.

  • 4. What sort of relationship does Ballard put forward between the inner world of the individual (as represented by Ward and Rossiter) and the outer world in which they live. In other words, how does Ballard conceptualise the effect of surviving daily life in a hopelessly over-crowded city on the consciousness of the individual as demonstrated by the ways in which Ward and Rossiter manage the gift of space in the secret room they discover?


Ballard creates similarities about the inner world of the individual and the outer one. In the outer worlds, it can be seen that people hate to live like this, as they can’t visit their relatives, go to have lunch and spent hours travelling. The government can solve over-population by imposing different measures but instead decides to solve over-population by encouraging people to have more kids. In the inner world, meaning the way in which Ward and Rossiter manage the gift of space, something similar happens. They hate living in small cubicles but luckily they find a secret room which has lots of space. Instead of enjoying it, they overpopulate ir and invite people to occupy it. Both events show that Billenium is a circular story which will eventually lead to the same spot, overpopulation.

  • 5. In the story, Ballard does attempt some sort of explanation of the social, political and economic causes of the extreme over-population that has beset the world. Explain his views as they are presented in the story.

Ballard does attempt some sort of explanation of the social, political and economic causes of the extreme overpopulation that has beset the world by explaining that the resposables of it was the government as they said that if you wanted to have a more spacious place, you had to have three children. So, this made the problem of overpopulation develop, as by the time, the population increased.


  • 6. Do you agree with his argument? Do you think that current population growth projections indicate that we are likely to end up in the situation portrayed in the story?


I do not think that people in the future will live in cubicles at all. This Is because there are many people in charge of having that issue under control. Moreover, there are many measures are being carried out to prevent what happened in the story “Billenium”.

  • 7. Describe and analyse Ward’s character in some detail. What values does he hold? Why does Ballard make use of this type of character as the main character for this story?

John Ward is the protagonist of the story and works at a library. He has a friend called Henry Rossiter and they both share a living space. Ward hates the government, the authority and the landlords, as they reduce their living space, and designate the slight cubicles in which people live. However, at the end, Ward ends up being the landlord who decides who should enter the room, what should be removed and how the space should be distributed. He becomes what he hated and Ballard chooses him as the protagonist to show this contrast.


  • 8. What role does Rossiter play in the story?


Rossiter is a close friend of the main character, Ward. However he is a more aggressive character as it is the one who persuades Ward to let their girlfriends into the spacious room, affecting also the girls families. Rossiter also sacrifices the Victorian wardrobe, a symbol of total beauty at that times.

  • 9. Describe the role of the female characters in the story.

There are two female characters in the story. They are called Judith and Helen. Their role in the tale was to bring their family to the cubicle that was found by their friends, Ward and Rossiter. As a consequence, the new space that was found was not beneficial to the protagonists and His friends although they had found it.


  • 10. Discuss the effects that overpopulation and its attendant ills has had on the nature of family life in relation to Ward’s family as well as Judith and Helen’s family relationships.


The effects of overpopulation caused people to have more kids, as they would have a bigger cubicle. However, by encouraging people to have kids and reproduce, you are not solving overpopulation but fomenting it’s growth. For this reason, the ills of overpopulation, cause people to have more space and have a family life to acquire more space. Despite this fact, the having of a family means the sharing of space between five, which again reduces the space and increases the population density. This again shows that Billenium is a circular story.

  • 11. What does the secret room symbolise in the story?


The secret room symbolises the urgent need of privacity. In addition it also represents the lack of freedom and therefore, of space.

  • 12. Why do you think Ward and Rossiter are unable to keep the gift of space to themselves? Is Ballard making a comment on how our inner world ultimately reflects the shape of the external world in which we live?


Ward and Rossiter were unable to keep the gift of space to themselves because they used to live in cubicles, so when they found the new “gigant” cubicle they had to share it. They couldn’t take advantage on the new place to live.

  • 13. What sort of living arrangement do they eventually end up allowing (and accommodating to) in their secret room?

Ward and Rossiter were willing to have more space so they moved together to a new place, where they find the secret room, which would bring them much more space. However, they invite people and people. First, some girls and then the girls’ relatives. In the end, they end up allowing the same or a worse sort of living arrangement. The large room was divided into seven people, so they ended up living in smaller cubicles. The finding of the room was non-sense and they wasted their chance of having a comfortable life, as they had adapted to a suffocating and uncomfortable sort of living arrangement.

  • 14. Discuss Ballard’s style and language in the story? Consider also in what ways it is appropriate to the nature of the story being told.

Ballard uses different writing techniques to emphasize and explain to the readers his point of view about the overpopulation. The author uses oxymoron and hyperbaton to refers and depict his feelings towards the society and the conditions in which they lived. All along the story  the word “cubicle” is named, emphasizing that that society was destined to live in an oppressive and extremely small place.

The Passion of God-by Bautista Buljevich and Gonzalo Irazusta

In class of Literature and language, with Pilar and Pato, we made in pairs our first poem. This is our poem:

The Church of Pilar is full of fire anywhere,

Its passion illuminates every little and

infinitive space of darkness


God is presented there,

pane is replaced by love.

It´s ornaments shine as fire although

some of them are quondam.


And every day when the bell rings,

moving such as strong as a whale,

passion is felt more than never


Hundreds of people visiting the Church

every year.

Hundreds of souls celebrating near to it.

Hundreds of hearts resurrect there.

Hundreds of times we say sorry to God there.

Hundreds of times God forgives us.

Hundreds of times we are loved by God.


Full analysis of paragraph 14 of “Sredni Vashtar”, by Saki


In the literature class, we have read a short story called “Sredni Vashtar” by Hector Hugh Munro(“Saki”), and we have analyzed it carefully together. Then, our teacher divided us into groups of four and asked each group to make a full analysis of one of the paragraphs of the story in every literary aspect possible. I worked with Matías Ripoll, Sol Santayana, Abril Terán Frías and Mora Lemos.


Sredni Vashtar – Paragraph 14

Bautista Buljevich, Matías Ripoll, Abril Terán Frías, Sol Santayana and Mora Lemos


Conradin shut his lips tight, but the Woman ransacked his bedroom till she found the carefully hidden key, and forthwith marched down to the shed to complete her discovery. It was a cold afternoon, and Conradin had been bidden to keep to the house. From the furthest window of the dining-room the door of the shed could just be seen beyond the corner of the shrubbery, and there Conradin stationed himself. He saw the Woman enter, and then he imagined her opening the door of the sacred hutch and peering down with her short-sighted eyes into the thick straw bed where his god lay hidden. Perhaps she would prod at the straw in her clumsy impatience. And Conradin fervently breathed his prayer for the last time. But he knew as he prayed that he did not believe. He knew that the Woman would come out presently with that pursed smile he loathed so well on her face, and that in an hour or two the gardener would carry away his wonderful god, a god no longer, but a simple brown ferret in a hutch. And he knew that the Woman, would triumph always as she triumphed now, and that he would grow ever more sickly under her pestering and domineering and superior wisdom, till one day nothing would matter much more with him, and the doctor would be proved right. And in the sting and misery of his defeat, he began to chant loudly and defiantly the hymn of his threatened idol:

                            Sredni Vashtar went forth,

His thoughts were red thoughts and his teeth were white.

His enemies called for peace, but he brought them death.

                            Sredni Vashtar the Beautiful.


In this paragraph, Mrs De Ropp finally finds the shed´s key, which would lead her to discover Conradin´s ferret. Meanwhile, Conradin, who was asked to stay inside the house, was in the corner of the dining-room, from where he could see the door of the shed. When the guardian finally entered, Conradin saw her and imagined the woman opening the door of the shed and seeing the bed made of straw where his god lay (Sredni Vashtar). She would push the sacred bed, due to her clumsy impatience. He was powerless and could do nothing, she was about to behead his god. So Conradin prayed the ferret one last time, asking for something he did not believe it would be possible to happen. He knew Mrs. De Ropp would come out of the shed, and after some hours the ferret, a divine creature for him, would have gone, as it happened with the hen. He knew that his only chance of escaping from the house’s voice and authority wouldn’t be there anymore. He knew that she would triumph again, and, therefore, he would continue growing and living under his guardian authority, until what the doctor had predicted would be real. But he mainly realized that this was his end, and Conradin, feeling misery of being the loser again, started repeating the hymn of his god.

The narrator in this paragraph is third person limited to Conradin. This means that we perceive the situation through Conradin’s point of view and feelings. The narrator focuses on Conradin. On the other hand, we are not able to see what happens to Mrs. De Ropp, not what she discovers inside the shed. Consequently, we are aligned with Conradin. We perceive the world and context through the main character’s senses. We can identify Conradin sees Mrs. De Ropp enter the shed, and how he feels towards her discovery. She comes out victorious because her objective was finally find out what kept Conradin busy, which is what happens. Moreover, this paragraph is the climax of the story. It is the moment of more tension which represents Conradin’s misery and loss again. In the paragraph Mrs De Ropp’s discovery is seen by Conradin as a great victory for her; “he knew that the Woman, would triumph always as she triumphed now”, we can see how, for the kid, the discovery of the hidden ferret represents her victory which, from his viewpoint, was his loss and misery.   He feels beaten, because the discovery of the guardian means the sell of the creature, which was really special to Conradin. The little boy knows she would find his ferret, ”and that in an hour or two the gardener would carry away his wonderful god…”, he believes his guardian discover would culminate with the sell of the animal, which makes him feel even worse. We can see all this through Conradin’s point of view.

In this paragraph, we can see through Conradin’s pain and suffering what happens in the climax, how he undergoes the terrible situation of seeing the always victorious and cousin of him, Mrs de Ropp, always get away with it and be constantly his authority.

Another literary device showed in the paragraph is oxymoron. This is showed in the end when the writer expresses “triumph” and “defeat”. This device shows how Conradin feels beaten and that Mrs de Ropp will take pleasure in his suffering and pain, as she would kill the god and continue being the authority of the house and Conradin a prisoner of this one.

The reason why it is in third person limited is because we need to see Conradin’s point of view and what he thinks, his imagination to realize who is the real authority and how is the tension created in the story. This paragraph shows it clearly, as the tension is built up in his mind, while he imagines a series of acts. For example, “He knew that the Woman would come out presently with that pursed smile he loathed so well on her face, and that in an hour or two the gardener would carry away his wonderful god”. This quote shows Conradin´s feelings and reaction to the situation(creating tension), which wouldn´t be seen if the point of view was 3rd person omniscient and not limited to his view of scenes.

In addition, in this paragraph, Conradi’s imagination is essential, as well as in all the story. In this part of the story, he imagines the horrible reaction that Mrs de Ropp would have when she would open the door and would see the bed made of straw where his god, Sredni Vashtar, laid. This story without Conrad’s imagination would not be the same, because as the point of View is limited to Conradin, we can perceive his feelings, and thoughts, which are very important in this tale.

Talking about the style used by the writer, we can see the author uses literary devices, as oxymoron, and expresses ideas and emotions through a complex and strong vocabulary. He uses a very descriptive style in this paragraph which helps readers imagine and understand the situation. Along all the story the writer uses a macabre style expressed and developed by the characters. In this paragraph, Conradin’s imagination and feelings are expressed in macabre style, because he imagined that Mrs de Ropp’s reaction was going to be a horrible one “Perhaps she would prod at the straw in her clumsy impatience”, here is a quotation from where we can realize what does Conradin thought when Mrs de Ropp opened the door. Conradin´s fantastic own world makes him believe and think Mrs De Ropp actions are only to bother him, as with the sell of the hen.  

In this paragraph we can see how the author led us to infer that the story would end with the victory of Mrs De Ropp. Conradin expresses his deep feelings of pain and misery which makes us think the guardian would achieve her objective. However, as we read the story we know Mrs. De Ropp is the loser.

In this paragraph we can see that Conradin felt defeated by his guardian again, he had been beaten. He thought that she would do the same as she did to the hen. It was the feeling of not winning, he felt that his guardian had passed over him. “He knew that the woman would come out presently with a pursed smile”, with the great feeling of being the winner. “The Woman would triumph always as she triumphed now”, as he also felt miserable because of knowing that the guardian had power over him, and he felt inferior.  The feeling that we could see the most in this paragraph is Conradin’s pain. He felt like this because the Woman discovered the shed, she entered there, she might see the ferret laid on the bed made of straw. The ferret was a very important thing in conradin’s life, because the ferret( sredni Vashtar) was his god, the one who conradin made offers and prayed to. With Sredni Vashtar he felt accompanied and also he felt that he had someone in his life.

A view from a Bridge-by Alvaro Ballsteros & Bautista Buljevich (in process)

In class of Literature, we are going to start reading the book, “A view from a Bridge”. Before starting reading it, we answerd these questions:

  1. Important facts about Arthur Miller.
  • He was born in times of World War 1, on October 17th in the year 1915.
  • He was American.
  • His father was born in Austro-Hungary and his mother was a native of New York.
  • He was married to Marilyn Monroe.
  • He was a wealthy writer.
  • He died on February 10th in the year 2005 at the age of 89.
  • He had a very good idea of what being an immigrant was.
  • He was accused to be a communist. In that time being a communist in the USA was as if you had committed a crime. Therefore, he was not accepted in the USA society, in 1950.


     2)  When was the book written?

The book “A view from the Bridge” was written in 1955.


     3) Find out information about Italian Immigration to the USA after The

Italian Immigration to the USA after WW2 occurred because Italy was in war and America had a very good economy. Therefore, 700,000 Italians immigrated to the USA. In addition, they went to the USA because Mussolini died and Italy entered into an economic depression. The country with the best economic position was United States.

Essay in pairs

In class of literature, we made an essay in pairs;

Essay writing by Bautista Buljevich, Gonzalo Irazusta & Juan Elia

Essay question: Comment closely on how the protagonist of “ The Prison “ can not escape his destiny.

          In the story “The Prison”, the protagonist, called Tommy, had a prison in his mind. In this essay we will comment closely on how he couldn’t escape his destiny.

          Tommy was someone who had never taken his owns decisions. Instead other people, for example, Rosa took his own decisions. An example can be “Rosa changed Tony into Tommy” with this quotation, the personna wanted to show that he couldn’t take his own decisions. Rosa had changed Tony’s name to Tommy, without asking Tony if he agreed. Poor Tony couldn’t decide even his name!  His life didn’t have sense,, an example in when he met that little girl. He wanted to catch the girl and that was his only objective in life. “But he was worried he would not know what to say to her” He thought that the girl will end like him, a loser. But she didn’t and Tony was obsessed with that and he was wrong.

           Tony, as we have already said, had never taken a decision. Therefore, when he had to take it, he couldn’t. Moreover, the poem said that he was 29, and when you’re 29, you must be mature, but he had not mature at all. The theory of determinism, in this story, can be identified with Tony, on account that he couldn’t take his own decisions because he couldn’t act upon thoughts. He was always doubting about if what he thought was right. In addition, he was locked in his past, he couldn’t forget what he had done wrong before. He considered that destiny was written, and it is demonstrated when he beats off to Texas, to avoid marrying Rosa, he came back and marries her anyway. All in all, he couldn’t control his actions and thoughts in his own life. 

     He thought that his destiny was going to be the boring as well as now, but a little girl changed his destiny and open his mind.

Song by Lady Mary Wroth

In class of literature, our teacher, Pato, told us that we had to answer these questions about the poem “Song” by Lady Mary Wroth with this information;

Slide Share;




1-Who is the voice?

2-Write a summary for each stanza.

3-What is the theme? And the tone?

4-Find at least 3 literary devices and explain them.

5-In your opinion, which is the most powerful line?

6-Do you agree with the speaker? Give reasons.

And now, I´m going to answer these question:


The voice of the poem is a woman who warned you how men can treat you and love you.


1ST STANZA: In the first stanza, the personna says that love is personified as a child,  and it says that they are always ungrateful.

2ND STANZA: In the4 sencond stanza, the personna says that you can´t trust the person you love, because he will break his promises.

3RD STANZA: In the third stanza, the voice says that love is empty. Moreover, it says that when you are in love, you can´t trust the person you love, because love leaves you forsaken.

4RD STANZA: In the fourth stanza, the personna says that men will take pleasures of your pain. In addition, it says that the benefits of love are minimum.

5TH STANZA: In the fith stanza, the speaker compared men with wolves due to the men´s ferocity. In addition, and finally, in the last line of the poem, the speaker recomends you to “leave love alone just as you would leave an argumentative child alone.


THEMES: There are two themes in this poem:

-Love betwwen men and woman.

-Men actions.

TONES: warning and confident.


These are the literary devices I found in the poem;

  • Personification: “love a child”. This personification shows how love can be ungrateful (it´s in stanza 1, line 1).
  • Metaphor: “wolves no fiercer in their praying”. This quote shows that love does not remain in one place (it´s in stanza 5, line 2).
  • Smile: “nor seek him so given to fly “. In this quotation, the personna is trying to show that you should leave love alone, in the same way you should leave an argumentative child alone.


In my opinion, the most powerful line is in the stanza 1, “never satisfied with having”. Because, this stranza is trying to show that child has an insatiable desire; the more love he gets, the more he wants.


No, I do not agree with the voice at all. This is because the personna thinks that love is something made to suffer, but I do not think so. Moreover, because the speaker thinks that love breaks all promises, that love take pleasure with your pain, that love can be something horrible, etc, but as I have already said, I do not think so. To conclude, I think that love can hurt you, but it can also make you very happy.

Rite of Passage

RITE OF PASSAGE; In the class of literature, with Pato, we made this:


Games at twilight:

  1. Ravi wants many things, like for example winning the game, defeating Raghu and to be as the older boys.


  1. Ravi, in the story, “Games at Twilight”, wanted to show that he was mature everytime. As when he decided to stay in the shed, although he was scared, just only to show that he was mature. So he wanted to show that he can win the game, showing maturity.


  1. Ravi just only wanted to win the game, to show that he was mature, and he was minded to suffer if he got it. The obstacle he had to deal was to stay in the shed, that was dark, full of spider web, as well as things forgotten.


  1. In the story “Games at Twilight”, Ravi, the protagonist, did not resolve the problem in a mature way, because, at the end, he start crying, so he couldn’t complete his Rite of Passage.


  1. In the story, “Games at Twilight”, Ravi, the protagonist, couldn’t complete, again, the Rite of Passage.  Because he has never said sorry to anyone.  


The Prison

  1. In the story, “The Prison”, Tommy´s unreachable thing, was to help the girl, making that she didn’t end as him.
  2. Tommy trespassing the law when he hitted Rosa.
  3. The dare of tommy was to save the girl, he really thought that to save the girl was the purpose of his life.

4- No hay ningún elemento cuatro porque no confesaba con madurez . Se golpeó Rosa lika un inmaduro .

5- No hay ningún elemento cinco porque no entendía que la chica es sólo una niña y no un ladrón y él es el que necesita ayuda.

Conclusión : No maduro ni Comple el rito de paso .


Games at twilight:

-Specular moment: Here Ravi watch that he would end like Manu, that was caught.

-Foreshadowing: Here Ravi wacht what would happen if he wanted to run faster that Raghu, he will end catch.

Epiphany: Here Ravi, in the end realized that he isn’t so much important to everyone, and that he had to mature.


The Prison:

  • Specular moment: Here Tommy realized that if he didn´t make nothing, the girl would finish as him, with a miserable life.
  • Foreshadowing: “Then he remembered how he had felt when the dome is gone, and tears filled his eyes .” The moment of foreshadowing in prison happens when Tommy starts to think about your uncle and your relationship with him and this then affects your decision about how to talk to the girl.
  • The epiphany:   The epiphanic moment in Prison That happens When Tommy réalisés His mind was a prison . I Could not get out of it and take His own decisions . I did not Have faith nor the security to do it . A great quotation Which explains it is this one: “You Could never see the sky or the ocean outside Because you were in a prison , except nobody called it to prison” .