Henry we have the theme of commitment, sacrifice, friendship, compassion, hope and dedication.
This is going to be a long review because I have too many things to say.
Reading The Garden of Evening Mists felt like that. This book took me on a journey. It was turbulent and tranquil, beautiful and ugly - all at the same time - and when it was over, I found myself sitting by the Attempt 7: It was turbulent and tranquil, beautiful and ugly - all at the same time - and when it was over, I found myself sitting by the window crying for reasons I cannot discern.
This is not a book for everyone, be warned.
Giving a summary for this book is daunting. There are too many layers and too many interpretations. I feel this theme is manifested in the entire book. To remember when you want to forget and to forget when you want to remember An amazing juxtaposition, if you ask me.
I found the cultural aspect mesmerizing. I love how Eng treats it as a medium of healing, for both Yun Ling and maybe Aritomo. I suppose this is hypocritical behavior but I found the whole thing believable - probably because I was anticipating it.
The book is slow, especially the first half. Yun Ling comes across as emotionally detached sometimes but I think it works in her favor. The way I see it, Yun Ling is someone who has been through so much that she no longer has the capability to be emotionally fazed. Aritomo is an enigma.
The more you know about him, the more unknown he becomes. There are a few facts, a few hints, but no answers. This is going to sound stupid, but I loved the unfinished ending. You see, every character in this book has had an unfulfilled life so it makes sense that the story would be unfulfilled as well.
Something to do with the temporariness of time. The Garden of Evening Mists is not a book with universal appeal, but I loved the feel of it.In The Last Leaf by O. Henry we have the theme of commitment, sacrifice, friendship, compassion, hope and dedication. Set in the first decade of the.
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