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Pathos in Christ Stopped at Eboli

Summary: Carlo Levi's Christ Stopped at Eboli - Describing the writing in the form of Pathos.
Pathos in Christ Stopped at Eboli

Novelists must present their works of literature in such a way that the reader can understand the author's purpose for writing the novel. There are many ways to achieve this. Pathos is a quality and technique that arouses emotions (especially sympathy and sorrow), with which the author can make the reader understand the intent of a piece of literature. In Carlo Levi's Christ Stopped at Eboli, Pathos is elicited throughout the novel, depicting, the peasants, the children, and the village of Gagliano as a whole as an isolated society from the rest of Italy, and the rest of the world.

The genuine feeling that is brought forth in Christ Stopped at Eboli is sympathy. When the reader reads certain passages throughout the novel, sympathy is felt toward the characters in the novel. The novel begins with a description of the people in...

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