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The Ultimate Safari acts as an allegory of how if someone can put his mind to doing something and can have enough willpower inside to do what he really desires he can accomplish anything he wants to The story also has many other interesting features such as the point of view that the author chose And the title Which appears to when comparing have no connection to the story at all The story The Ultimate Safari is about how a little girl and her siblings are seeing the world during a time of despair When their mother is missing and their father at war Their grandmother is a true leader which is pointed out many times in the story The grandmother from the girls point of view is helping to lead this whole family thru the Kruger park reserve she has no help from anyone else and makes certain that the children and her weak and seemingly dying husband always get nourishment before she does The story moves thru the Kruger park reserve where they loose the grandfather and build outside they all end up living in a giant tent with a blue ceiling the girl tells the story well but in the end still thinks that her mother is going to come back and hasnt been killed and that the grandfather will find them And that everyone will be home and shell remember them131 It is very significant that the author chose to use the point of view of a little girl when she could of used someone like the grandfather Nadine Gordimer makes sure to make sure that the vocabulary of the little girl is that of a little girl also by making the little girl narrator of The Ultimate Safari she almost puts this happy twist on the story when you read this story you dont really feel saddened just like you wouldnt of been saddened if you were a
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