Faith by Nick Hornby

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The text to analyze is the titled Faith by Nick Hornby. He is an English novelist. His work frequently touches upon music, sport, and the aimless and obsessive natures of his protagonists. From the title of the story we can supposed that this text is about confident belief in the truth, value, or trustworthiness of a person, an idea, or a thing. There is no information about time but the main characters Paul and Sarah are rather modern. The action takes place in London. But it’s really unimportant in this story because it can happen with everyone. The story has a close plot structure. It has an exposition from which we knew about the main characters. Paul and Sarah have for a long time tried to get a baby. But it doesn’t work. No matter what they do Sarah doesn’t get pregnant. This story is written in strait line narrative presentation because all events are arranged in chronological order. The main characters are described indirectly. The author presents them through their thoughts and actions. From the first line we understand that for a couple the time they are going through is a crucial point in their lives. Paul and Sarah are in a state of indecision (feel doubts). They get stuck and frustrated because they do not know what to do next. The development of relations is not happening. And it seems because they both subconsciously realize they do not want that. They have already got this ruttinnoy life “same friends, same restaurants and jobs and things to do” but it is so stable that no one wants to part with this habitual way of things (life). Sarah is afraid of changes. The culmination of the story is when one fan made ​​a thoughtless act, and brought into his and the lives of others something new. This step led to a series of changes. He was heard, he defended what he believed. And it helps the heroine brush her doubts away and choose her own way, follow her faith. The author often uses repetition to convey what they fall into a rut. Also there are...
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