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Death In Venice Thomas Mann This book isnt like any books or stories that I have read This wasnt a true or a realistic fiction of any kind which are the types of books that I am acquainted with so this book was a new enjoyment At first when I was reading this short book it didnt really made much sense and I was having troubling understanding the plot The reason being that I thought this was another same type of books that I usually read realistic-fiction and does not have a lot of thinking elements It just has the plot instead of a lot of symbolism and putting things together So because of this I was very confused For example when the main character was in love with a beautiful boy that he saw in a hotel I was very confused by this while I was reading it until I got to the end when I read this book again this time not as much trying to understand the plot because I already knew about the plaque and the death at the end but instead this time trying to replace many things that were symbols or what they could represent When I did this this short book made much more sense and I therefore I liked this new type of style I understood almost everything and finally when I had read this book over again I understood what the author was trying to express to the reader or the moral This is the summary of the book I didnt try mixing up my symbolism that came out when I read the short book the second time and tried to put connections from the beginning to the end with the actual summary or plot of the book which is what I got out of it the first time when I read the book so I separated these two underlined thing with italics
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