A different world

IB English B: A different world

In a sense, the reading of any novel demands that the reader constructs the world of that story – builds a mental model of everything from the basic geography of where it takes place, through the social rules that apply, to the basic moral assumptions that its people assume. This may not be so difficult in novels set in the present (unless the novel sets out to explore the fringes of normal society), but the process...

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