Sharma, Akhil Writing Styles in A Life of Adventure and Delight

Sharma, Akhil
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Point of View

Sharma’s stories “We Didn’t Like Him” and “If You Sing Like That For Me” are both written in the first person. The narrator in “We Didn’t Like Him” remains unnamed throughout the story. He recollects his interactions with his relative Manshu from childhood to adulthood. He describes his dislike of Manshu from a young age, when he would bully the narrator. He carries this disapproval into adulthood, describing Manshu in a negative light. The narrator’s opinions of his relative color his account of events, lacking objectivity. Anita’s lack of self-esteem is evident throughout the telling of her story in “If You Sing Like That For Me.” Her depressive mood is displayed in the way she views her marriage and situation. She relates the lack of faith she has in her abilities as well as an anxiety about not being able...

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