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Children of the River

Summary: Book: Chldren of the River

Author: Linda Crew


In the story, Children of the River, by Linda Crew, contains all the structural essentials of a narrative. The story's basic situation, climax, and resolution are very evident and clear. Subplots appear greatly and they add suspense whether the resolution was resolved in an interesting way. With parallel episodes in the story, they add more complications and every time a parallel episode happens, it is very easy to predict the foreshadowing events. The main story is the plot of what's the story's about.

Some of Sundara's complications before she met Jonathan were that she suffered a great lost of leaving her country, Cambodia, and her family. On that boat trip to escape Cambodia, Sundara looses the life of her Aunt Soka's new baby born girl. Sundara and her aunt's family fled to America in search for a better life than in Cambodia where communists have taken control. Going...

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