Empire of the Sun Essay | Essay

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The Empire of the Sun

Summary: Explores the novel The Empire of the Sun, by J.G. Ballard. Examines Ballard's use of characterization in the text, focusing on the character Jim. Describes the complex nature of good and evil as embodied in the character.
Each person in this world is very different. Each has his own personality, looks, qualities, natures, experiences, and everything else associated with life in general. Now most people have both good and bad qualities, and no one in this world is perfect, but in some occasions there are people looked upon as bad or evil and at the same time some looked upon as heroes or good people. One novel discussing this topic is The Empire of the Sun by J. G. Ballard. The main characters in this story are a young 11 year old British boy named, Jim, his mother and father, and his companion Basie. At such a young age he has many conflicts with himself and also his parents. Living in the middle of a soon to be war scene doesn't make things easier on him either.

With the threat of war, most European women and...

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