A. Culture. -Everyone’s culture is different is different, how they perform and live their lives is up to them. B. Family. -Being around friends and. This story based on magic realism shows the power of love and sweetness of life. It captures the gratitude of the children toward their parents. It is summary about Life is Sweet at Kumansenu story from “Flax-Golden Tales”.

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If you have a suggestion about this website or are experiencing a problem with it, or if you need to report abuse kumasnenu the site, please let us know. In locked door Bola saw Meji out but not wet in the rain.

He slept whole day to next Saturday morning.

Even though Bola lost her single son still she was proud of her such ideal son. Send Us Site Feedback. Sign up for one. Harris and Me by Gary Paulsen. Her son Megi was in government job as a clerk.

Program Links Program Reviews. Post a Comment Click here to cancel reply. I have a lot from the people about their contact with ghosts, spirit etc.

There is strong bond of love from son to mother and iz. So it can ls concluded that Abioseh, the author of this story, used characterization through speech and through appearance to interpret the theme that life should not be taken for granted.

These links will automatically appear in your email. Email me when someone replies. Add a personal note. Don’t have an account? The clean, round, blinding disk of sun and the blue sky covered and surrounded the small African village, Kumansenu.


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When Bola and Meji met they showed a strong spiritual bond of love between them. Works Cited Nicol, Abioseh. This is a form of characterization in that it shows how much Bola cared about her son and wanted him to enjoy the essence of life.

This story is set in a small African village, Kumansenu. Bola gave birth of six children but all of sweef were died.

But Meji made promise to Bola not to tell about his arrival to anyone. The spiritual aspect given in the story is unacceptable in this scientific age. Please note that while we value your input, we cannot respond to every message.

Bachelor LevelTribhuvan University Tag: Bola asked Meji about bad smell of dead body in the room that Meji convinced her telling that it might be dead rat. We try to make TeenInk. Form the cultural and spiritual aspects the story is heart melting. The setting describes the surroundings around the character and the area in which the character lives or spends a lot of time. Suddenly Bola saw her son inside the house and became so much excited.

Life Is Sweet At Kumansenu – Four Levels | Flax Golden Tales

He had come to thank her for giving dweet still sweet life for him. He sees in her a love for life and wishes that he himself could be experiencing that sort of love. Enter your email address: The Two Towers by J. I like this 0. For the love and care of old mother Meji had also left his seven years lovely daughter, Asi with Bola.


As Meji taught Asi how to open gold locket. Meji, as a spirit had come not to scare Bola as their culture interpretation. At night there was heavy ssweet. Which of your works would you like to tell your friends about? Also, if you have kumannsenu comment about a particular piece of work on this website, please go to the page where that work is displayed and post a comment on it.

When Bola went to market Meji took his daughter for a long walk up to hill secretly. As Meji died at the age of 30 and his spirit visited her. He uses imagery to illustrate the fact that life is too short and must not be wasted. Irony is defined as the contrast between our expectations and reality. Choose what to email Which of your works would you like to tell your friends about? Therefore, the author used a unique setting to describe the theme of the story. Because of this, irony is clearly one way in which the author presents the theme.

Others had shuddered in sudden convulsions with burning skins and had rolled up their eyes and died. Yet another way the author shows the theme through his use of imagery.