In A Land Remembered, the author uses time as a way to tell the story of the MacIvey family.
1) Describe how flashbacks are used and why they are effective in the book by providing examples and your interpretation of Smith's intentions.
2) Explain how time lapses are included, when they are the most significant, and what the gaps in time add to the story.
Analyze Sol and Toby's relationship from the way it began to their last meeting, which occurs at the beginning of the book. Use the entire story as a reference in describing their disagreement, the major differences in how they each view the world, the reasons for those differences, and how they are eventually resolved. Also, include how the author uses irony in this part of the story.
Explain in detail the importance of the setting for the beginning of the MacIvey story. What condition is...
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