swa#3 - Paridhi Vaid WRT 102.35 SWA # 3 I think the style...

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Paridhi Vaid WRT 102.35 SWA # 3 I think the style of narration in both the readings is very different from each other but both the stories are interesting to read in their own way. "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas" is the story of Omelas, a city where everyone seems to be happy and to live in peace and harmony. Toward the end of the story, however, the narrator reveals that the happiness of Omelas is dependent on the existence of a child who is locked in a small, windowless room and who is abused and mistreated. The first striking thing about “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” is that there are no dialogs, no characters, and no interaction. The plot is set only around a city called “Omelas”. It is supposed to be the happiest city ever and the residents have no problems living there. The narrator divides the story into two fairly distinct sections. In the first section, the narrator attempts to describe Omelas even though he notes more than once that the description is inadequate and does not capture the joy and happiness of
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swa#3 - Paridhi Vaid WRT 102.35 SWA # 3 I think the style...

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