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Unformatted text preview: At the end of the story, the two men do not question its accurateness. However, they do not make any progress. In the end, they still don’t get facts about what happened on the morning of July 2 nd . They still don’t know if the problems were mechanical or structural. There was still no valid explanation of the sinking of the Tsimtsum . This example shows their “immobility means of transportation.” Through this ending, the author is telling his readers to believe . The two Japanese men needed to “see to believe”. However, when they had seen the banana float in the sink and the bones of dead meerkats, they still hadn’t believed. They remained blind of the truth. Imagination and believing by the reader is what makes this novel so suspenseful and interesting. Sometimes, your imagination and faith is more useful than your eyes....
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