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A28 - READING THE NOVELThis Assignment is worth 39 marks. The value of each question is stated in the left margin.Work slowly and carefully. If you have difficulty, go back and review the appropriate topic. Read all parts of your assignment carefully, record your answers in the appropriate places, and proofread your answers.Before beginning this assignment, complete the following sentence:The novel that I am reading for this module is The Boy In The Stripped Pajanmasby John Boye(5 marks)1.In Lesson 1, you learned that information about the author of a novel may help you to understand the work itself. Use the Internet or library to find some information about the author of the novel you’ve chosen to read. Present your results in the following chart, filling in as much of the chart as you can. Be sure that you indicate where you found your information. (You may need to use several information sources.)Name of authorJohn BoyneDate of birth April 30th1971Date of deathAliveCountry of birthIrelandCurrent or most recent citizenshipIreland Education and work historyTrinity College Dublin (BA)Universitiy of East Anglia (MA) Beliefs and valuesGay, Openness, and is working. Other novels writtenby the authorMy Brothers Name is Jessica Themes in other novelsTransgender LGTBQ and Gay Significant life experiences or achievements that influenced the author’s writingBoyne is gay and has spoken on the diffcuilties of growing up gay in Catholic IrelandOther interesting facts about the authorThe author is gay and regards John Banville as the worlds greatest living writer Information sources usedWikipedia
When you have completed this question, go to Lesson 2 in Section 1. Be sure to save your responses first.(5 marks)2.Reread the first few paragraphs of the novel you’ve chosen to study in this module. Write a response to the novel’s beginning. You’ll be assessed according to

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