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Fitzgerald-At Hiruharama

Mr Tanner moves to New Zealand with his wife, who gets pregnant. Mr Tanner prepares for the big day.
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Jack Davies

on 9 November 2012

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Transcript of Fitzgerald-At Hiruharama

Characters Mr Tanner:
Good-hearted
Kind
Worried
Anxious
apprehensive
distressed
restless
fearful
cautious
uneasy
loving At Hiruharama Author Plot Penelope Fitzgerald Kitty:
placid
tranquil
calm
quiet,
peaceful
strong Brinkman:
self centered
selfish
calm
carefree
reckless This short story is about a man and his wife’s life. Mr. Tanner meets with Kitty at a store and they get married. When Tanner finds out that Kitty is pregnant, he runs off the town to ask to local doctor for life statistics. After that, Tanner manages to born the baby. Unfortunetly, he throws the second baby away. The doctor comes and saves the second baby. and Tanner hangs his motto on his wall, “Throw Nothing Away”. Penelope Fitzgerald was born on the 17 of December 1916.
She was the daughter of Punch editor Edmund Knox and Christina Hicks, one of the first woman students at Oxford. Fitzgerald won the Booker Prize with 1979's Offshore At that point, Fitzgerald has said, she "had finished writing about the things in my own life, which I wanted to write about." She then wrote a series of novels with a variety of historic settings.
She died on 28 of April 2000. Important points 3rd person
Descriptive
Comedy
Entry of characters creates a hilarious atmosphere, like when Brinkman walks in to the scene went Kitty is giving birth and not care at all. http://hakantekgul.edublogs.org/2012/05/29/at-hiruharama-by-penelope-fitzgerald/ Links/references THE END
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