Lives of Girls and Women and Roughing It in the Bush

Lives of Girls and Women and Roughing It in the Bush

 

Introduction

The book “lives of girls and women” by Alice Munro is about Del, a young girl in rural Canada. It is more of an autobiography though not factual. The book chronicles Del’s growing up in a rural canadanian town called Ontario and the setting is of the year 1940s. The other book is “roughing it in the bush” by Susanna Moodie. This book accounts for her emigration to a farm in Ontario from England. It is enriched with local customs, character sketches and tales and/or travel narratives.

Susanna Moodie vividly paints out her voyage from England to pre confederation Canada. The reader is able to meet with each character that Moodie encountered an also get to know what she thought about each one of the characters and hence the reader gets to know them well. The physical details that forms a readers first impression is given for example Brian the still hunter who had hawk like eyes, another good example is tom who is always absent minded characterized by wishing a person goodnight during the day and more specifically at noon and lastly Mr. Malcolm who wear an animal expression during meal times. She has also allowed other character to tell the reader about characters that she accounts for; a neighbor tells a colloquial story of Brian’s attempted suicide and the treats he used to save his life. Moodie effectively gives each character a role that reflects her sensibilities and also prejudices. After introducing a character Moodie also comments briefly on the character and also make her thought about the character introduced known to the reader who is better situated to make predictions about how she is going to react to the character

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Place an order with us to get a customized paper similar to this or any related topic. NB: The assignment will be done from scratch and it
will be 100% original.

 

"Is this question part of your assignment? We Can Help!"