Robert Graves "The Shout"
The story was not easy to read, but; fortunately, it was very interesting. In the beginning of the story the action is slow and seems to be boring, but then the action becomes breathtaking and it is impossible to stop to read. It was quite difficult to understand the sense for the first time, and it was necessary to return to some moments of the story. Everybody can find here places which seem questionable and these questions may be different for each reader, but it is possible to allocate three main questions which arise after perusal of the story of Robert Graves ‘The Shout’:
1 Is this story truthful or it is not?
2 What is ‘shout’?
3 What is the latent sense of this story which the author wishes to inform up to the reader?
At first it seems that the story is fictioned and all the actions and characters cannot be real, but there are some facts which can prove that the story may be true. The first fact is that Crossley said his story is true: ‘when I say that my story is ”true”, I mean at least that I am telling it in a new way. It is always the same story, but sometimes vary the climax and even recast the characters. Variation keeps it fresh and therefore true. If I were always to use the same formula, it would soon drag and become false.…
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