Minstrel shows were a form of entertainment popular in America during the early 19th century. The shows were usually performed by white people wearing make-up for the purpose of portraying black characters (the practice is called "blackface"). Sometimes, African-American actors would participate too, although this was less common. Minstrel shows portrayed African Americans as foolish, superstitious, complacent and lazy. The popularity of minstrel shows declined with the emergence of vaudeville.
I will first of all have pocket knife and match with me as pocket knife will help cut wood and match will light it and pocket knife will also help me cut coconut from trees in the island if there are any so that I can eat and get water from it too. I will be a tent for shelter, 4th would be binoculars from which I can look if I can see any ships approaching and ask for help. 5: would be boat with rows so that I can row my way to a land with help on it. that would have to be inflatable of course as u said in knap sack.
The views of the narrators similar in "Facing It" and "Not a Dove, But No Longer a Hawk" when both narrators discuss the negative impact of war on the innocent civilians.
Answer: Option A
While the writer of Facing It is Yusef Kounyaa, a Vietnamese poet and the writer of Not a Dove, But No Longer a Hawk is Neil Sheehan. Both of them have a common theme- the Vietnam War. While Yusef Kounyaa, a Vietnamese who has returned from USA has written in his perspective.
In facing it poem, writer explores some different angles of Vietnam War. This says the readers about the war consequences and its changes on people lives.
Neil Sheehan, an American journalist who covered the Vietnam War, has written is from his perspective. i.e. his experience view in war end up. Finally, states that citizen of Vietnam not at all supported as only destruction happened to them.
The Pier Falls is the first short story collection by Mark Haddon published in 2016 and contains nine stories generally disturbing and dark. Mark Haddon is best known for his prize-winning first novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Originally Published: May 5, 2016
Author: Mark Haddon
Genre: Literary Fiction
Page Count: 347
Publishers: Jonathan Cape (UK), Doubleday (US)
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