All the Light We Cannot See: The Costs of War

Anthony Doerr’s remarkable novel, “All the Light We Cannot See,” is a literary piece that moves briskly, efficiently, and beautifully in precise and pristine sentences. Every sentence is a lyrical poetry that the author carefully structured. The novel is a work of historical fiction opening with two memoirs of two different children in the opposite … Read moreAll the Light We Cannot See: The Costs of War

Symbolism and Personal Significance in All the Light We Cannot See

Historians, philosophers, and writers alike can attest to the human struggle to follow a certain moral code; history shows a constant rift between what humans claim they should do and what they actually do. If this rift did not exist, many a crises and war could be averted, but humanity would not be its beautifully … Read moreSymbolism and Personal Significance in All the Light We Cannot See

Childhood in All the Light We Cannot See: A Defining Moment

The chain of dependency is innate within human society. As children develop, their attitudes and behaviors are modeled after their parents. This mutual growth has sustained the relationship between a child and his or her parent. In All the Light We Cannot See (hereinafter referred to as “the Novel”), the influence of having and lacking … Read moreChildhood in All the Light We Cannot See: A Defining Moment