The word ?blue' may connote ?blues' or sadness felt by the protagonist. Thus the setting distances the protagonist's expectation from reality, and puts him in a world where he cannot relate to anyone, for ?everyone looked on him with malicious interest.' In this regard, the setting of the novels alienates the protagonists... displayed 300 characters
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He sees barrenness, ?wastelands both outside and inside' his body.
On the upfront, women in The Trial and The thief and the dogs come across as being docile, and acquiescing ?creatures' . However, they have a much deeper role in the novels.
In The thief and the dogs, Said Mahran seeks asylum from his ?enemy's friends' , in Nur's house... displayed next 300 characters
The owner says "Hmm- everything's closed. And no streetlights around here. You'd better stay put." The fact that the boardinghouse owner only had one eye also foreshadows that something bad is going to happen, seeing that the Mexican man wanted to take eyes in the end...
Legerlof's first scene of compassion is from the old man's hospitality. Despite the fact that he did not know the peddler, the old man still opened his arms and acted charitable by providing food and shelter...
These words haunts the Protagonist when he is kicked out getting kicked out of college. When Dr. Bledsoe kicks him out of college, the Protagonist reflects on his grandfather last words "undermine 'em with grins, agree 'em to death^"(Emerson 16)...
With the death of a minor character, the antagonist becomes more powerful, which motivates the protagonist to strive for survival. The protagonist usually rises to the top, and always wins the battle he/she is in...
Nature is forced to protect herself (or the monster) and man (or Victor) takes the heat making nature the antagonist and man the protagonist.
Towards the end of the novel, the presence of a defined protagonist and antagonist becomes unclear...
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