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    Through the Tunnel Creative Short Stories Doris LessingThrough the Tunnel is a short story written by British author Doris Lessing originally published in the American weekly magazine The New Yorker in 1955 Jerry a young English boy and his wid

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    Rite of PassageThrough the Tunnel by Doris Lessing The New Yorker New York 1995 Doris Lessing perfectly captures the awkward age of adolescence the time period where one is caught between childhood and adulthood Lessing wonderfully portrays the fears involved with branching out into the unfamiliar adult world along with

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    Written by the British author and 2007 Nobel Prize winner Doris Lessing this rather intriguing and thought provoking short story originally published by The New Yorker in 1955 revolves around the English pair mot

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    “Through the Tunnel” by Doris Lessing is a story about a boy named Jerry and how he matures over time Jerry wanted to

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    As somebody who regularly devours novels that are hundreds of pages I sometimes have trouble getting into short stories This one was not one of them Although short the story gives you just enough background and characterization to get you invested into the relatible narrativeThe main character is an 11 year old boy who is on vacation with his

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    This story was just perfect I felt completely immersed pun intended in this young boys adventure I think it really sums up our struggle as children to push for the goals in out sights and not to give up regardless of the obstacles we face I fel

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    this book is a good book although it has a very gory ending it is good and easy to understandThis book is about a boy named Jerry who discovers a tunnel underwater He tries over and over and over again attempting to get in the tunnel and through it will he succeed? SPOILERyes

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    It is nothing extraordinary It does have some elements of surprise that make it just interesting enough for the reader to keep reading till the end but it's not much I was a little disappointed and was expecting from this Nobel lau

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    The short story Through the Tunnel by Doris Lessing told about the young English boy Jerry who came with his mother for a summer vacation to the sea abroad The author described in the first paragraph these two people the mother walk

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    Some of the best stories are about ordinary events in the life of ordinary people A blip in the commonplace which could have gone unnoticed bit doesn'tA young boy attempts a swimming feat on his summer holiday Tension surfaces betwe

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Rk musty anthologies and brought them into the light giving them the individual attention they deserve Each book in the series has been designed with today's young reader in mind As the words come to life students will develop a lasting. This story was just perfect I felt completely immersed pun intended in this young boys adventure I think it really sums up our struggle as children to push for the goals in out sights and not to give up regardless of the obstacles we face I felt so linked to the character that I actually held my breath whilst readingThere was just the right amount of excitement and danger and such beautiful prose I really deserves an extra star from me Black Blue our struggle as children to push for the goals in The Moe Manifesto out sights and not to give up regardless Positive Church in a Negative World of the Prince Philip Revealed obstacles we face I felt so linked to the character that I actually held my breath whilst readingThere was just the right amount Toad of Toad Hall of excitement and danger and such beautiful prose I really deserves an extra star from me

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Through the Tunnel Creative Short Stories

Appreciation for great literatureThe humor of Mark Twainthe suspense of Edgar Allan Poethe danger of Jack Londonthe sensitivity of Katherine Mansfield Creative Short Stories has it all and will prove to be a welcome addition to any libra. It is nothing extraordinary It does have some elements of surprise that make it just interesting enough for the reader to keep reading till the end but it s not much I was a little disappointed and was expecting from this Nobel laureate The Ira War Strategy Tactics and Military Lessons Csis Significant Issues Series Csis Significant Issues Series of Mark Twainthe suspense Black Blue of Edgar Allan Poethe danger The Moe Manifesto of Jack Londonthe sensitivity Positive Church in a Negative World of Katherine Mansfield Creative Short Stories has it all and will prove to be a welcome addition to any libra. It is nothing extraordinary It does have some elements Prince Philip Revealed of surprise that make it just interesting enough for the reader to keep reading till the end but it s not much I was a little disappointed and was expecting from this Nobel laureate

read & download Ê eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Þ Doris Lessing

Do your students enjoy a good laugh Do they like to be scared Or do they just like a book with a happy ending No matter what their taste our Creative Short Stories series has the answerWe've taken some of the world's best stories from da. Written by the British author and 2007 Nobel Prize winner Doris Lessing this rather intriguing and thought provoking short story originally published by The New Yorker in 1955 revolves around the English pair mother and her son vacationing The exact location of the beach where the main action takes place is not in any way specified but it could be gathered from the text that it is surely set in a foreign country Jerry is at the beach with his mother a widow One day he goes swimming to the new beach far away from their usual spot There he meets a group of older boys obviously foreigners Jerry tries to communicate with them but they speak different language Boys show him the tunnel under water and after they leave him it becomes Jerry s fixation to go through the tunnel Will he succeedFocusing mostly on Jerry plot is fairly simple Characters are somewhat one dimensional It could be said that Jerry s key character determiner is his devotion Once he decided he wants to go through the tunnel he made all the preparation to make that happen He is stubborn but at the same time determined a typical attribute of a boy coming of age Despite the ostensibly simple plot this short story contains several fairly big metaphors within itself Allegory of older boys whom Jerry is not able to understand illustrates how foreign and peculiar adult world is to a youngster Another great image is one of two beaches One beach is familiar where his mother is and the other is dangerous and unknown Jerry is fascinated with the second beach a symbol of adult world and of the inevitable growing upOn the whole this is well worth reading since it opens up theme very close to the young public As someone who recently left the safety of home s nest I felt really closely attached to the story I would most definitely recommend this story to everybody of age between 9 and 19 An interesting fast paced captivating and easy to understand piece Give it a try