The Grove and Darsan - Kaitlyn Davis IGE 120 Sandra...

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Kaitlyn Davis IGE 120 October 11, 2006 Sandra Posey “The Grove” and “Darsan” Where do I start? The stories are two totally different from each except from one major thing, point of views. The main point of both stories is that there are many points, but one truth. In “Darsan” The author states, “Every photograph and film raises the question of point-of-view and perspective- both that of the maker and that of the viewer.” When anyone looks at art it is seen from their point-of-view. Many factors proposed different questions about where their train of thought may be going. Are they fully emptied minded, or did they just have a fight with their friend? Are they relaxing at home watching TV, or at work on their break? Everything can change a point-of-view. The Hindus take seeing very literally and is vital to their religion. To be connected to a God you must see the feelings. Make it visible to your senses. India is described as beautiful, colorful, and lively. Now to the story in the grove, it is not
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