Over Fortification makes jeopardy
Author(s):
M.kokila , V.Sheela
Keywords:
politics, production
Abstract
Nadine Gordimer's "Once Upon a Time" opens with a casing legend concerning the author herself. It takes position at a position in her occupation when she has been asked to invent a diminutive legend for a children’s book as part of her "duty" as a writer. She rejects that idea, however, on the grounds of inventive sovereignty: rejection artiste, she thinks, ought to increasingly be compel to build a exertion on stipulate. Gordimer lies slumbering in her bed when a strange sound awakens her. Thinking that an interloper has entered her residence; she remainder quiet and scared, “staring at the door...the arrhythmia of my heart...fleeing.” Contemplating all the possible options and outcomes, Gordimer ultimately realizes with the intention of the unsurprisingly squeaky circumstance of her parquet made the noise and that there was no pending threat to her protection excepting for the one she predictable.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 147468

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 8

Page(s): 90 - 91
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