This essay describes how "Snow in August", written by Pete Hamill, incorporates the uses of fairy-tale elements in the novel.
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The novel Snow In August, by Pete Hamill, incorporates many elements commonly found in a fairy tale, first imposed on us at the beginning of the book, which starts off, "Once upon a time..." The first element, advantageous coincidence, can be seen when Michael Devlin is on his way to church. He is battling his way through a blizzard when he hears someone calling him. Michael responds to the hollering man, Rabbi Hirsch, and eventually helps him by turning on the lights for him. From this diversion, Michael learns a little about Jewish culture and begins the relationship between himself a…
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