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Father"s road

Ji-yun Jang

Father"s road

by Ji-yun Jang

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

  • Fathers and sons,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Wong Chung encounters many obstacles as he and his father travel along the Silk Road.

    Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by Ji-yun Jang ; illustrated by Tan Jun ; edited by Joy Cowley
    ContributionsJun, Tan, illustrator, Cowley, Joy, editor
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.1.J388 Fat 2017
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume (unpaged)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27230989M
    ISBN 100802854729
    ISBN 109780802854728
    LC Control Number2015046912
    OCLC/WorldCa985962457, 950907239

    The Road, a post apocalyptic novel,written by Cormac McCarthy, tells the story of a father and son traveling along the cold, barren and ash ridden interstate highways of America. Pushing all their worldly possessions in a shopping cart, they struggle to survive.   In the novel "The Road" by Cormac Mcarthy the relation of the father and his son is really important because in someway the father symbolizes protection to the child. They are living by themselves in a kind of apocalyptic place that has been destructed by some event that is not mentioned, everything is full of ashes and dirt.

    Home Study Guides The Road Section 7 Summary and Analysis The Road by Cormac McCarthy. mouths howling” (). These people were killed on the road in a great fire. The father tries to prevent his son from looking, but the boy is surprisingly serene. Meeting strangers in this book usually means : Cormac Mccarthy. Highlight Your Favorite Dad Memories with Personalized Father’s Day Photo Books He watched you take your first steps and was there for your first goal in soccer. This year for Father’s Day, give the man who would give it all for you a gift that’s more than a simple tie.

    The boy stays with his father for three days and then sets off on the road. Immediately he sees someone following him and he waits with the pistol. A man carrying a shotgun appears, a scarred “veteran of old skirmishes.” The scarred man smiles and tells the boy he’s sorry about his father, and he offers to take the boy along with him. In The Road by Cormac McCarthy, the father relies on his young son as much as the boy relies on his father. The novel takes place a few years after a .

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While on the road, they come upon a man who's been struck by lightning. They pass the burnt man and the boy wants to help him, but his father says they've got nothing to give him. The boy cries for the man, showing his kind heart and his compassionate nature in a world where very little humanity exists.

Synopsis of 'The Road' A nameless man and his son trek to the coast in search of food, shelter, and some sign of life. Encounters with other humans are devastating affairs of cruelty, savagery, or despair. Even in a seemingly hopeless struggle for his son, the father notices moments that bring warmth.

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As the man and boy travel on the road, the boy is the only source of light in his father's life. Similarly, the man is all that the boy has, and the boy doesn't want to live unless his father remains with him.

The boy is strong and resilient, but also sensitive and compassionate. The father and the son encounter a man on the road whose footsteps have left tracks in the road tar.

The man has been struck by lightning and is heavily burnt. The boy wishes to stop and help the man, but his father refuses, insisting that they are unable to help him in any way. At last sight, the burnt man has collapsed on the : Cormac Mccarthy. We’re still the good guys.

And we always will be. Yes. We always will be” (77). In my discussion group, someone said they think the father becomes monstrous because he is more cruel as the book progresses, but I disagree.

The father is a “good guy” in the beginning, and in the end he is still a “good guy” as the quotation suggests.

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The novel begins with the man and boy in the woods, the boy asleep, as the two of them are making their journey along the road Read more at. In Father's Road by Ji-yun Jang, and illustrated by Tan Jun, is about a boy named Wong Chung who has been invited to travel with his merchant father along the Silk Road to Constantinople.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. 5/5(6). Throughout The Road, the boy's reactions to the people whom they meet during the journey demonstrate how he and his father act as foils to one another. For example, in this section specifically, the man is not depicted contemplating their inability to assist the naked people who are awaiting their inevitable deaths.

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My library.“Nobody wants to be here and nobody wants to leave.” ― Cormac McCarthy, The Road. “People were always getting ready for tomorrow. I didn't believe in that. Tomorrow wasn't getting ready for them.

It didn't even know they were there.” ― Cormac McCarthy, The Road. tags: future, life.