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In his book Zeitoun Eggers creates an artistic picture with this vivid description Neither of them could operate their home their company their lives or days without the other pg 16 The instant this quote wasreada visual image of their relationship was set up This quote not only painted a picture of their bondage but showed the significant of having each others in their lives Together the two ran a painting business and together the two were partners in life working hand in hand It wasnt too far into the book that one becomes involve in Zeitouns life after the first few pages you became eager to see how the rest of his life would unfold It was hard not to picture every scene the details and descriptions that the author offered gave a striking image of their lives Every scene draws you in its like your living Zeitoun life Taking it all in The book gives you an insight of a family who was one of many victims of Katrina Eggers shows the strength of their relationship despite the fact that they experiences loss of loved ones shameful injustice and poor relief from Katrina by the government Eggers has a way of portraying Zeitoun to attract the audience and even going beyond that as to draw them into his life He has a unique character that seems to grab life by its horn and steer it as he sees fits Eggers gives us a piece that gave insight into Zeitouns mind Kathy looked up to find Zeitoun in the doorway leaning against the frame watching them all He did this often just watching taking it all in page 49 Everything was there his posture his attitude and he was just watching taking it all in If I could describe a moment as being close to perfection it would be that moment No words are needed to describe the moment just a stunning picture
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