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In this fiction of A Way In The World, VS. Naipaul ranges across the centuries and the oceans, re-creating Walter Raleighs doomed expedition to the Orinoco, the down at-heel literary London of the1950s, Mirandas disastrous invasion of South America. Opening in Port of Spain with Leonard Side, a mortician and decorator of cakes and closing with a brutal murder in Africa, it is an extraordinary multi-layered portrait of individuals caught in the slip-stream of history. Is it right appreciation? Why? Explain and Describe! In my opinion it is right. because in the novel A Way in the world, VS. Naipaul is the foremost postcolonialist we have still writing, not least because he himself is a thoroughly colonial product. British but born in Trinidad, an island which is perhaps not technically more diverse than the rest of the Western Hemisphere, but which has a diversity enlarged by its smallness people of African and Indian descent have long shared tight quarters with Arawak natives, and the island itself has been ruled by the English, Spanish, French, and no joke, Latvia., in this novel tell when Naipaul back into the past. Currently she has a lot of experience when he was small time. He is also a mysterious runaway menceritakantentang Guyana jungle and try to imagine a primitive Indian tribe awareness of forest. He recounted the incident involving Raleigh and the search for El Dorado unfortunate to find by browsing to the Orinoco River. And he recreate scenes from the life of Francisco Miranda. So, in my opinion the proper appreciation for Naipaul to serve a story based on his travels. He explores the places in the world.


The novel of Demian, the author use new, fresh, and alive language, and his ideas are timeless. Describe this statement!

The novel is at present using a new language, fresh and alive for the reader. Herman Hesse prefer other words to phrase this peristiwa.cerita Herman tells us about the idea that believing in God. we can quote from the novel "Our god's name is Abraxas and he is God and Satan and he contains both bright and dark world." writers tend to take a position almost like a god of their subject, and knows everything. 7. Explain the characterizations of: a). Franz Kromer, b). Max Demian, c). Cain, d). Beatrice, e). Abraxas, f). Dr. Follens, g). Sinclair ? a. Franz kromer : Kromer was the first man that connects with the world of darkness Sinclair. When he was young Sinclair squeeze, he, in essence, to begin the journey Sinclair. Intimidation tactics serve to strengthen the friendship between Sinclair and Demian, who came to rescue her. b. Max demian : Demian is a puzzling figure. Demian is also the spokesman for the philosophical influence of Nietzsche upon Hesse. Demian seems, at times, like a real character with supernatural qualities. At other times, he seems more like a figment of Sinclair's imagination or perhaps his subconscious rather than as a real person. c. Cain : is people who have interpreted the Bible that has been read by sinclair. d. Beatrice : is a girl in the park and Beatrice was painted Emil, so Emil could see Demian and himself in the canvas. e. Abraxas : is god in this novel the Gnostic god f. Dr. Follens : is emil teacher in university. g.Sinclair : as the owner of "sign" the uniqueness of the age of ten, led by Demian Sinclair and others in his search for a full cognition of what it means to be human and

to the next meeting. trying to complete the process of natural evolution to create man man major. Sinclair followed the development of triadic and continue to be utilized by Hesse. He fell from the innocence of childhood, Sinclair, in the manner described his suffering, and find themselves, can be considered the author of his own voice. 8. Introduction Herman Hesses novel Demian tells of a young boy named Emil Sinclair and his childhood growing up during pre-World War I. Emil struggles to find his new selfknowledge in the immoral world and is caught between good and evil, which is represented as the light and dark realms. Hesse uses much symbolic diction in his novel to give a more puissant presentation of Emil Sinclair and the conflict between right and wrong Inciting Force. The symbolism gives direction, foreshadow, and significance towards every aspect of the novel. Emil Sinclairs home as a young child is a very important symbol in the novel. As Emil attends school he is shown a world immoral value. The confusion of which is right or wrong creates the need for a safe haven for Emil. Emil refers to his home as a realm of light and states that he and his family all belong to that realm. The house itself was once a monastery, giving it a more powerful representation of the light realm. This symbolic asylum represents Emils innocence within himself and casts him apart from the real world. Another safe haven Emil retreats to is after he finds himself as a member of the mark of Cain. Evas garden symbolizes the Garden of Eden (a religious setting therefore of the light realm) and Emil separates himself there as one with the mark of Cain apart from the rest of the corrupt world. Both settings symbolize

Emils importance in the world as well as his destiny. The Garden of Eden presents itself as another symbolic location. The event that Emil told the story of stealing the apples from the garden was a very symbolic point of the novel in which Emil breaks away from his light realm. The garden that Emil stole the apples from represented the Garden of Eden and the apples, or forbidden fruit, symbolized Emil's first sin. Climax This event foreshadows what is next to come in the conflict of good and evil. Emils first step out of the light realm gives way to more symbolic events where he becomes more submerged into the dark realm. At the beginning of the novel, Emil notices that there is a coat of arms above his house representing the Cain religion. The coat of arms contained a sparrow hawk bird on it. Hesse uses this symbolic approach to give the sparrow hawk purpose in the rest of the story, as a symbol of the mark of Cain. Emil discovered that the bird represents the god Abraxas. From this point, Emil is determined to find the meaning of the bird and Abraxas. After the rain washed away a painting of Beatrice that Emil painted, Emil could see Demian and himself in the canvas. Emil then painted a picture of the sparrow hawk on the same canvas. Hesse used this event to symbolize the connection between Emil, Demian, and Abraxas. After bringing these characters together as one, Hesse was able to conclude Emils transformation into the New World. Emil sees the bird again above the hallway of Frau Evas home. The bird in Evas hallway symbolized her home as a house of Cain. Now Emil has found himself and knows he belongs there. Emil sees the bird once again outside in the form of clouds in the raining sky. This clearly shows that the rest of the Old World is ready for the transformation into the New World. In the last scenes of the novel, Emil is on the battlefields of World War I. One night Emil looks up into the sky

and sees an image of a vast village of people being engulfed into a god-like figure which resembles Eva. The figure then crouches over and gives birth to the people that are now bright shining stars. This is the most important symbolic event in Hesses novel. The god-like figure symbolizes Eva, being the leader of the Cain people. The people that where engulfed by the god-like figure symbolize the people of the Old World. The god-like figure now represents the Virgin Mary and gives birth to the New World, which are the people transformed into stars. This event concludes the passing of the Old World to the New World. Each character has now fulfilled their destiny. Hesse uses the last scene in his novel to illustrate a clearer presentation of the transformation. The hospital where Demian and Emil last speak symbolized the stable in which baby Jesus was born. Hesse creates the setting of the barn and surrounding hay to enhance his representation. The irony of this symbolic setting helps conclude not only the characters destiny, but the Old World's also. The symbolic elements lead Emil to find himself as an individual with the mark of Cain. Ending of the story Herman Hesse used many symbolic items and events throughout his novel to present Emil Sinclair's new self-knowledge. The utilization of Hesse's symbolic strategy shows his complexity as a writer as well as in his characters. Combining each of these symbolic elements created Emil Sinclair's character, purpose, and destiny towards his new self-knowledge. 9. The Hesse Revival..has turned into a vogue, the vogue into a torrent..he has appealed both to young people and to adults, to an underground and to an establishment

to a comfortable middle-class, and to the disenchanted young sharing his contempt for our industrial civilization. Is it right statement? Why? By reading the novel Demian was very good for all ages, from young to adult reading this novel. For young people, this novel tells the story of Emil trying to find identity in a moral world that know between good and evil, which is represented as the natural light and gelap.Dia got a squeeze of Franz Kromer because kebohongannya.dan also told about the love. It is characterized by the appearance of a girl named Beatrice. He loved her. For adult readers, this novel is also very interesting, as it tells the story of Emil Sinclair and Demian met. and Demian always provides insights on how to live. He has a different way of life. "You must not fear ... fear of people like that can destroy us completely. You just have to get rid of it, if you want to turn into a decent person. You understand that, not 'it? That part of the alleged Demian Emil Sinclair. He must have belief in his life. He said Emil who has more knowledge than people generally. Adults can learn to translate the feelings into the mind of the absence of notice to the child's thoughts, so this novel is very convenient for all ages, from young children to adults.