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English Practice Essay Sample

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Fiction Speculative fiction Warren Worthington III Angel Eve Anne Bondoux
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Fiction Speculative fiction Warren Worthington III Angel Eve Anne Bondoux
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The novella The Killer’s Tears written by Anne Bondoux explores the idea of how responsibility influences change in ones attitudes and values. The writer exemplifies the concept of change through human interactions and relations. The main characters Angel, a brutal murderer, and Paolo, a young boy whose parents were murdered by Angel, find solace and develop a strong bond as they overcome difficult circumstances. As the story progresses, the interactions with minor characters strengthens the understanding between Poalo and Angel which prompts emotional change. The author expresses the journey of change in the characters through the use of language and narrative conventions like characterisation and conflict. The author reinforces the idea of change through the use of symbolism. The utilisation of this language technique is mainly evident through...
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