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What is the synopsis of a book?
A synopsis is the summary of the plot of another work. It tends to list the events in the order in which they were written, and is much shorter than the work it is summari…zing. A brief summary or general survey of something. An outline of the plot of a play, film, or book.
it means the persons special parts in life andd
Odysseus or Ulysses left Troy at the end of the ten-year war and headed for his home in Ithaca. There his loving wife Penelope had been faithfully waiting for him, rejecting a…ll offers of remarriage (her husband was presumed dead and the suitors coveted his throne). Although when he set off he was accompanied by numerous men, at the end of his ten-year voyage Ulysses was alone as everyone else had perished (in their encounters with a cyclope, a witch, sea monsters, etc).
A synopsis is a brief summary of a story. Good examples can be found on the back cover of books, or on book jackets.
The person setting the assignment or the publication for which you are writing should provide guidance. Some want only 150 words or so, while others may want something m…uch more detailed.
The Room On The Roof Top is a story about a 16yr old boy-Rusty. Who himself is English but lives with his caretaker in DehraDun. His caretaker being a typical strict and shrew…d guardian,imposes forced discipline on him. Somehow Rusty meets a bunch of Indian boys who become friends with him and together they explore the streets of Dehra. Living in a very enclosed environment, when Rusty gets involved in Indian festivals like HOLI and Diwali....he feels liberated. He abandons his caretaker on a sour note and starts living with his friends. To earn a living, being English....his spoken and written English is what comes to his rescue. He teaches one of the kids in the neighborhood and lives in a room on their rooftop. Here is when Rusty meets LIFE. Often he roams around Dehra eating chaat, pakodas and spends time in silence on the hill tops of dehra with his friends. Rusty had never had Chaat, tikkees.......here is somethings interesting when he tasted tikkees for the first time.. Rusty tasted a bit. It was hot. He waited a minute then tasted another bit. It was still hot but in a different way;now it was lively,interesting;it had a diff taste to anything he had eaten before. Suspicious but inquisitive, he finished the tikkees and waited to see if anything woukd happen. Have U had before?...asked Somi. No' said Rusty....What will it do?' Somi-' It might worry your stomach a little at first,but you will get used to it the more often you eat. So finish the other one too.' hehe......:-). While Rusty taught Kishen English he fell he in love with Kishen's mother. Who was a wife to a drunken Mr.Kapoor. Rusty & Mrs. Kapoor....bond very well together and also share intimate moments. Just when Rusty starts feeling the pink of life.....Mrs Kapoor dies in an accident. His life changes here onwards. Kishen and Mr Kapoor go away to stay at one of their relatives house. So Kishen is also taken away from him, Rusty does not know how to spend time without Mrs. Kapoor and his other friends also are busy with their own work and families. Rusty decides to go back to England but once meet Kishen before he leaves India. When he reached Mr Kapoor house, he learns that he has already married and Kishen is still in Dehra. He did not want to live with a drunk dad and a step mother. Rusty heads back to Dehra and finds Kishen to be in bad company of pick pocketter's. Rusty wanted someone to share life with and Kishen needed someone who could show him the right way to live. Rusty decides to stay back and start a Chaat ki dukaaan and in the spare time may be teach English....and Kishen would assist him too. Kishen and Risty both were divorced from mankind, and Rusty was the only one who understood their misery. This enchanting novel by Ruskin Bond is written in his trademark close-to-nature style. The world-renowned author writes from his true experience of the world. This story is autobiographical in nature. This novel takes the reader on a journey of rural India through the eyes of a 16-year old boy .The panorama of the advancing Indian Monsoon adds a melodious romance to the novel. Bondâ€™s bold yet touching style of writing combined with the intriguing story and plot make this novel an engaging adventure. Winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize in 1957, this book is a page-turner. Like the Indian bazaar itself, the book is filled with smells, sights, sounds, confusion and subtle organization of ordinary Indian life. Rusty, the hero of the novel is unhappy with his strict guardian & being confined to the declining Euopean community in Dehra Dun Finally, one day he is bold enough to venture into forbidden Indian Territory. He meets â€~Somiâ€™ the Sikh boy. A boy of strange perpetual rejoices, he soon becomes Rustyâ€™s best friend. â€~Ranbirâ€™, Hindu by caste, and the strongest wrestler in the bazaar invokes in Rusty a rebellious spirit that earns him his freedom for life. Then there is Suri. Bespectacled and owlish to behold, Suri possesses an almost criminal cunning, and is both respected and despised by all who know him. His interests are confined to people and their privacies; which privacies, when known to Suri, are made public. After running away from home, his newfound friendsâ€™ shelter him and soon he gets a job as an English teacher of Mr. Kapoorâ€™s son. Mr. Kapoor was once a rich man who has lost his job because of his addiction to alcohol. His only support is his lovely wife Meena who soon takes a special place in Rustyâ€™s heart. But the most important member of the family is their son Kishan, who also becomes Rustyâ€™s best friend. They have a lovely time together and Meena gives Rusty the best gift of his life. A lonely room on their houseâ€™s roof. His very own room! Scarcely furnished, but incredibly close to the Banyan tree, and nature in general. A place he could call home.He called it â€~ The room on the Roof â€™
Book title Beloved by Toni Morrison. Could you give synopsis of story and main characters in this book?
Write a half of page summary for the book of Beloved by Toni Morrison's
max has to save her mom from an evil Chinese scientist person and angel becomes friends with radioactive monsters in Hawaii. max is also totally jealous of fang and Brigid and… total gets married to Analka
twilight is about a girl from Phoneix, Arizona (Bella Swan) who goes to Forks, Washington and meets a vampire (Edward Cullen) and falls in love with him. I have read the serie…s 3 times and i loved it all 3 times. I highly recomend it!
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You can talk about its tense - past present future, how it is used ie main verb or auxiliary verb, is it a regular or irregular verb Basic sentence: … She goes to work every day The verb goes is the present tense, third person singular form, of the irregular verb go
In The Bible
Yes, Jehovah's Witnesses publish a book entitled "All Scripture Is Inspired of God and Beneficial". It offers a complete summary on each book of the bible, including informati…on regarding who wrote it and why, what lessons are in each book. It is offered free of charge. The next time you see one of Jehovah's Witnesses, ask them to get you a copy and they will. You can also request one online at their primary website watchtower.org
In The Bible
These are the historical book of the Bible: 1. Genesis 2. Exodus 3. Leviticus 4. Numbers 5. Deuteronomy 6. Joshua 7. Judges 8. Ruth 9. 1 Samuel 10. 2 Samuel … 11. 1 Kings 12. 2 Kings 13. 1 Chronicles 14. 2 Chronicles 15. Ezra 16. Nehemiah 17. Esther 18. Job 19. Psalms 20. Proverbs 21. Ecclesiastes 22. Song of Songs 23. Isaiah 24. Jeremiah 25. Lamentations 26. Ezekiel 27. Daniel 28. Hosea 29. Joel 30. Amos 31. Obadiah 32. Jonah 33. Micah 34. Nahum 35. Habakkuk 36. Zephaniah 37. Haggai 38. Zechariah 39. Malachi 40. Matthew 41. Mark 42. Luke 43. John 44. Acts 45. Romans 46. 1 Corinthians 47. 2 Corinthians 48. Galatians 49. Ephesians 50. Philippians 51. Colossians 52. 1 Thessalonians 53. 2 Thessalonians 54. 1 Timothy 55. 2 Timothy 56. Titus 57. Philemon 58. Hebrews 59. James 60. 1 Peter 61. 2 Peter 62. 1 John 63. 2 John 64. 3 John 65. Jude 66. Revelation To get the brief synopsis of each book, I recommend reading "All Scripture Is Inspired of God and Beneficial" An online version of this publication is available via the attached link.
There are some good sites out there. Firstly I would check Amazon as it's still the default book store out there where you can almost find any book out there and most of them …have good and elaborate customer reviews that give you a nice synopsis. There is also WikiSummaries, a wiki type site, if you don't like to dig through Amazon but their database is rather limited.
Synopsis means brief condensation, outline, or summary of the main points of an articles, book, or plan. . Unlike an abstract, a synopsis maintains the point by point sequenc…e of the salient ideas of an articles, book, or plan. .