Tutor profile: Olivia J.
When writing any piece of literary fiction, you have to be aware of who you intend to be your audience both directly and indirectly. Having said that, how do you believe that narration point of view can change the audience that you are writing to? Do you believe that their is an audience other than your reader? If so, explain.
Narrative point of view can change the audience of a work of literature by either directly addressing the audience in a second person point of view or a more omniscient perspective if they were to read in third person limited or omniscient. There is an audience that is outside of the audience reading the work. There is the audience that the narration itself is intended for, whether it be another character in the work or certain group of people. That reader would know things that the narration would assume they would know; things that a general audience would not know.
Nick Caraway said in Fitzgerald's well known novel, "The Great Gatsby" the following closing lines:“Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that's no matter--tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther.... And one fine morning-- So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” What do you think, on a deeper level, does that green light represent to Gatsby, having read the piece?
The green light that Nick had seen Gatsby reach out towards countless times throughout the work not only represented his longing for the geographical location where Daisy Buchanan resided, but for their past and their future that he so desperately desired. They were lovers in the past, madly in love with one another. When Jay had gone off to war, Daisy had married Tom, ending any future that her and Jay would have together. Gatsby clung onto the hope that Daisy still loved him as passionately as they had in the past and that that passion would be enough for her to leave Tom and be with him. It was something she was not willing to do. He had become so obsessed with the idea of their being together that it consumed him both emotionally and mentally. It became that dream that he was close enough to that he could almost retrieve it, but far enough that it was out of his reach.
Subject: Comparative Government and Politics
Nigeria and Russia have made movements towards democratization in recent decades. Nigeria has been more successful in its efforts than Russia. Why do you believe that is so? What can you attribute to that? What do you believe will be the future prospects of their future efforts?
Nigeria has had more success in its movements towards democracy than its Russian counterpart due to the fact that it had a running democracy, though unstable, at one point in time in the recent past. Russia, has yet to have some sort of resemblance of democracy or movement towards it before it can think of establish a running and stable democratic government. In thinking of future prospects, Nigeria has a stronger chance of establishing a democracy due to their political pass.
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