The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope Themes

William Kamkwamba
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The power of dreams is the narrative's overall thematic interest. As the author himself comments several times and in several ways, most notably in the book's conclusion at the end of Chapter 15, his success is grounded in several important elements. As the narrative portrays them, these include having a particular dream, believing passionately in it, acting on that belief, refusing to let obstacles deter you from taking further action and, perhaps most importantly, continuing to expand the dream beyond the boundaries of what was originally conceived and/or longed for. All these elements are clearly at work in William's life and experience, his success in following his dreams inspiring him to further dreams and to encourage others, through the writing of this book and through furthering his education, to build on and follow their own (see "Style - Perspective"). Further - the eventual success of...

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