Classic English literature
1. What is brewing in his mind is to have a private life without trouble since he is running from his responsibilities and continue with his father’s merchandise. This he states so that his goal is not that revealed and to be considered as he has gone find resources for his family.
2. Depending on the reasons he gives, Trond pretends to go to the country to see basic requirements for his large family after being divorced and his wife passed on in a car fatal accident. This shocks him and leaves him having strong family burden.
3. This is a shock which comes as the result of one witnessing the death of a fellow person and is ineffective on what to do. This traumatizes him during his life. Lars gets authority of his brother’s gun, and imitating his partner kills Jon which shocks Trond and haunts him for being. The memories are remarkably fresh in his mind.
4. When Trond meets Lars the memories have not vanished even after sixty years later. This is pronounced the way he effortlessly recognizes Lars.
5. Despite his upbringing being and after he grew up the conditions which took place cannot be erased that effortlessly, and one event serially reminds him of the other. River though its water level might change its course will not.
6. The river to the village is a source of livelihood, which it is inevitable regularly to see if one has to get life basic needs by sending lumber down the Swedish border.
7. He is not afraid of death but same as his father his life has got into complex stage or in trouble. He is not aware of his existence, and only finds comfort when he is pacing up and over relieving his head from life’s entanglements.
8. This would have relieved him of what he is experiencing and undergoing through this traumatic lot of regrets. He pictures himself as someone who had a golden opportunity” to transform the state of affairs round but this he did not.
9. Here, his mind trudges into a limbo, and it disconnects from the reality of the then current world actions due to what he has seen in front of him. This is the intention of him stating he cannot explain how the car came back to the road. This event is where he could have lost his life.
10. She got angry at him, but his father was okay.
11. Trond is immoral and the entanglements, which encompass his father, are still haunting and he is an artifact of his events. He is not insensible close to his father he retreats to himself.
12. He is compassionate and an ardent adherence coupled with determination to correct the past for a better tomorrow.
13. She is open- minded. Also, when it comes to judging, she displays principles of understanding though anxious.
14. Becomes angry at his father then vows to take steps towards facing life head on to succeed.
15. Trond finds that evading from life’s responsibilities is not a acceptable way of solving them. This makes him take life in a considerable way and he becomes a friend with Lars.
16. She is uncertain of life and its events.
17. Yes. Trond thinks that by burying the reality and not illuminating to the concerned persons will solve the past mistakes. This is not the case.
18. It’s unfortunate. To challenge this life’s problem is to encounter them not to flee.
19. He presumes that the son might have a distorted image of his father. It is better told by someone else since the child would not somehow believe it due to the high esteem he holds of his father.
20. Yes. This would scare him of knowing what kind of real image he has in his father.