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The Midwife's Apprentice Book Analysis

Summary: Analysis of the book "The Midwife's Apprentice"

Author: Karen Cushman. Demonstrates the author's use of the literary technique called Story Touch. Gives brief summary, includes quotes and reader's opinion.


"The Midwife's Apprentice"
Author: Karen Cushman
Book Analysis
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Star Criteria: Story Touch
Total Stars: *** (5 out of 6)

Would you survive as an insignificant child; alone, cold, hungry and without parents or a name? In the medieval tale, The Midwife's Apprentice, the author Karen Cushman uses a technique called Story Touch. Story Touch is a writing method use to influence the readers thinking or viewpoint. The Story Touch technique in The Midwife's Apprentice is seen in many areas but three examples are: when Dung Beetle decides she is worthy of a "real" name, when she shows compassion by helping a young boy, and when she stopped running away and found her place in the world. The Story Touch in this book shifts the reader's perspective about the main character by showing that even the most unlikely, insignificant person deserves respect and is capable of changing her world...






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