The Lenght of Light
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The Length of Light reflects the predicament of
everyday choices in life. The enigmatic gap between
ordinary people and their dreams is dramatized in
scenes that reveal severed roots, patriarchal
intrusions, socio-economic impositions, inhuman
cultural values, and hostility. Yet the redeeming
qualities of each character give hope and faith as
they hold on to their insurmountable will to survive.
In their diverse themes and tenors, the narratives
demonstrate a critical examination of a world in
which most people, against their wishes, are chosen
by the paths they follow: Kaito, the protagonist in
Sirens puts his family in debt to achieve his
desperate desire to migrate to the United States. He
is, however, shocked to realize that America is far
from the place he imagines it to be. Soka, in the
story Idu, is on the other hand, haunted by a
cultural belief she dismisses: she encounters the
very mythical story she rebuffs, and in the process,
history becomes her story.
Autor Unoma Azuah
Größe 220 mm