10 February 2016
In these three book, The Sun Also Rises, On The Road and In The Life Of Denisovich, all of the features reflect many of the aspects of the characters subcultures. The beat generation and lost generation talks about how guys go on a journey on the road while the members all of the siberian labor camp tells the reader, people's rough life trying to survive. The beat generation and lost generation goes at a much faster pace than the members of the Siberian labor camp. The Beat Generation and the Lost Generation has what's going on on a daily while the members of the Siberia says what's going on in one day. Also the tone ...view middle of the document...
They are at a different place everyday getting at a new girl. The author also uses character development. Sal started as a guy that wasn't outgoing. “Before that I'd often dreamed of going west to see the country, always vaguely planning and never take off.”(kerouac 3) Sal isn't used to being on the road like Dean. Dean was born and raised on the road so Deans used to it. Sal wanted to go on the road with someone who was familiar with it. He is nothing like Dean but as the story progresses, Sal became more and more outgoing, meeting new people and sleeping with different girls.
In the book The Sun Also rises the author uses a lot of diction. He is every descriptive about what's going on between characters. Jake and Brett's relationship is every weird. They both like each other but Brett doesn't want to be with Jake. He can't have sex and she told him that she will cheat on him. She really likes him and wants to be with him but then again she doesn't want to. When Brett is mentioned she is always drunk. The pace of this book is really fast. There's a lot of things going on at once. The story moves from character to character a lot. These characters are constantly busy with something going on with them. The author also uses use of dialogue. The pace of the dialogues are really fast. It doesn't tell who is talking sometimes so it's hard to keep track of who's talking. The conversations are long with no pauses. People are having a conversation and without reading closely you won't know who is talking.
The book one day in the life of Ivan Denisovich has a very slow pace. Throughout the book, it only speaks about one day. The guys are at a camp living a very miserable life. They eat prison food and work in the cold all day. The author uses restless tone. “You've no right to strip men in the cold”.(Solzhenit︠s︡yn 28) The workers...