• Stylistic Devices in the book of Ursula Moray Williams "Gobbolino, the Witch’s Cat"

     

    Referāts2 Literatūra

Autors:
Vērtējums:
Publicēts: 02.02.2004.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Vidusskolas
Literatūras saraksts: Nav
Atsauces: Ir
  • Referāts 'Stylistic Devices in the book of Ursula Moray Williams "Gobbolino, the Witch’s C', 1.
  • Referāts 'Stylistic Devices in the book of Ursula Moray Williams "Gobbolino, the Witch’s C', 2.
  • Referāts 'Stylistic Devices in the book of Ursula Moray Williams "Gobbolino, the Witch’s C', 3.
  • Referāts 'Stylistic Devices in the book of Ursula Moray Williams "Gobbolino, the Witch’s C', 4.
Darba fragmentsAizvērt

This timeless story was first published in 1942 in England, and it continues to enchant both children and adults with Gobbolino's adventures. Gobbolino is a kitten who understands just what it's like to feel like you were born in the wrong place at the wrong time. The son of Grimalkin, a sleek, black Witch's cat, and the brother of Sootica, a bright and arrogant inky-black kitten with a yen to "ride a broomstick and turn mice into frogs and frogs into guinea pigs" like her mother, Gobbolino knows in his heart that it's better to be good, and he's rather be a Kitchen Cat, snuggled warm by a fire with a loving family. To make matters worse, he doesn't even look like a Witch's cat, with one white paw and a definite hint of tabby in his fur... not to mention big blue peepers unlike his green-eyed family! Naturally, no witch will take a second glance at him, so he struggles along miserably, in disgrace, until one day he wakes up to find he has been abandoned. Now all alone in the world, he sets out to find himself the home he dreams of, having adventures along the way...…

Autora komentārsAtvērt
Nosūtīt darbu e-pastā

Tavs vārds:

E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:

Sveiks!
{Tavs vārds} iesaka Tev apskatīties interneta bibliotēkas Atlants.lv darbu par tēmu „Stylistic Devices in the book of Ursula Moray Williams "Gobbolino, the Witch’s Cat"”.

Saite uz darbu:
https://www.atlants.lv/w/811895

Sūtīt

E-pasts ir nosūtīts.