Critical lens essay
“The only worthwhile literature is that which makes you think about you own life.” This statement is valid for many reasons like, sometimes you can compare the story to your own life, it makes you think about what you said and done to other people, and the story can be a real eye opener and could possibly help you get your life back on track to the road of success. Two works of literature that support this quote are A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Spark and To Save a life by Jim and Rachel Britts. The first work of literature is A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks. In a walk to remember, one of the main characters, Jamie Sullivan, acquires leukemia. When she tells Landon carter, her boyfriend, it turns his world upside down and he goes though the stages of denial and he soon realizes that he must stay true to Jamie and act like nothing is happening. As you can see this can be part of someone’s everyday life style for a while talking to someone that has death coming and it is inevitable. Family members and relatives who know someone dying of cancer has to deal with this on a daily basis and they can relate to the book to see what happens and what they can do to help or just help them remind themselves that’s something could can come of something so evil. The next work of literature is To Save a Life by Jim and Rachel Britt’s. In thi9s film Jake Taylor’s childhood friend, and life saver, commits suicide because he is being mistreated and Jake, once his best friend, left him because of him being different because of the way he walks differently. Jake utterly leaves roger, his childhood friend, because nobody likes him and he wasn’t able to go to a party because of his limp. A lot of people can relate to this because we all have, at least once, made fun of somebody for being different not like everybody else. By doing this you can push people to far enough extremes that they will resort to suicide when you can help somebody by just a few...
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