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Arthur Millers play the Crucible was published in the 1950s during the depression years reflects the way he wrote the novel He has chosen to write the text in relation to darkness Darkness in that time meant the spirits the forest and no or very little light Not so much written as when day has become night More of the point the way the story has been written in the style as a dead looking world Back in the 1690s life was harsh government laws were based upon religion resulting in simple morals of religion being disobeyed Eg Respect of one another is important or else it conflicts to fighting This all was represented in the text as life being tough was a dark kind of life being hard and religion meant law In comparison That Eye The Sky had been told through the mind of a child In the early 1980s by Tim Winton law in his story wasnt a high priority as there was isolation from the main setting to the rest of the world therefore religion seemt also to be the top priority when it came to character interactions in the story That Eye The Sky was written in a different point of view on society The author Tim Winton put himself in the shoes of a child to tell the story This technique was useful it showed us the reader the difference between how we see life and the story can be unlimited with ideas in open and telling a less serious style of story feeling being more relaxed using slang and Aussie dialogue making the story seem like it is not seriously being told Bearing this the priorities and perceptions are different in both texts and are constantly scrutinized showing the way things are in those worlds making it sound like that is the same way we should act as books and films show it to be A
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