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Essay | How Is the Notion of Reinvention Represented in Texts?

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How Is the Notion of Reinvention Represented in Texts?

Summary: Through the examples given above in the discussion of the texts Life of Pi, by Yann Martel, Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, "What's going on here", by Walter T Anderson and "3D Liposculpture", my understanding of the term `reinvention' has broadened and has changed greatly. This term used most commonly to describe the act of the transformation or change from one thing to another.
At the commencement of my study of the term `reinvention', my understanding was very limited. To a post-modern ear, such as mine, the concept doesn't appear to have much depth or scope. I believed it only meant any sort of `alteration'. However with the recent study of certain various texts relating to `Reinventions,' one discovers that the term has deeper resonances than initially expected.

I now understand that the term `reinvention,' is an extremely broad, encompassing a range of prospects, and can be used to refer to a number of things. This essay will be a discussion of a number of the forms of `reinvention,'namely reinvention of beliefs, values and perspectives, physical reinvention, and a reinvention of self, as well as their relation to a number of selected texts, including Life of Pi by Yann Martel.

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