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Author Techniques and the responders reaction to the theme of outsider in "The Chosen" by Chain Potok, "The Plodder" by Michael Leunig and "An Absolutely Ordinary Rainbow" by Les Murray

Date Submitted: 09/10/2006 06:02:19
Category: / Recreation & Sports
Length: 4 pages (1071 words)
The outsider can have various meanings and consequences, depending on the context in which it is presented. The novel The Chosen written by Chaim Potok, the cartoon strip The Plodder by Michael Leunig and the poem An Absolutely Ordinary Rainbow by Les Murray produce various insights into the statement. The Chosen represents various types of the outsider, and effectively shapes my perception of what the outsider is. The first instance of the outsider represents the …
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…the reader understand that it is because he is weeping he is become the outsider, we are able to see that the group believe this shouldn't be something to do in public, through the line "and does not cover it up", the effect this has is the audience understands that the group who are looking at the outsider are surprised he wept freely, whereas they believe it should be hidden. <Tab/>
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