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Short Stories
-,,Loose Change"
-"The Third And Final Continent"
-"She Shall Not Be Moved"
-"The Escape"
Gran Torino
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THEMEN: Short Stories -,,Loose Change" -"The Third And Final Continent" -"She Shall Not Be Moved" -"The Escape" Gran Torino Richard The Third Frankenstein "LOOSE CHANGE" Displacement: question of identity and belonging. Summary -all-day meeting between two women -both with foreign background -one of them has already established her life in the city, the other one hasn't (just arrived as a political refugee from Uzbekistan. Ethnic and cultural diversity: cultural clashes, the role of gang culture and violence Role of women, pursuit of power, (fate vs free will). Ethics of science, role of nature, question of (human) identity -takes place in the bathroom of an art gallery (London) -woman with established life needs coins for tampon machine and wants to give the money back to the refugee (Laylor) -protagonist invites her for a cup of tea in a cafe -protagonist assumes woman is refugee from Spain because of the accent -inner conflict (in regard to origin) -narrow-minded -easy to influence (by looks) -brother of Laylor shows up, they have a short discussion in her native language -turns out they're homeless -suddenly protagonists view on girl changes dramatically "dirty fingernails, ugly tooth gap". -protagonist wonders why refugee approached her as she has a lot on her plate and others could offer their help -just leaves the cafe and the girl behind Opratorer! + shalistic devices Notes -protagonist may not want to be confronted with emigration as she sees herself as a Londoner -doesn't care about...

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grandmothers background and what challenges she faced because of people like her -behaves the same way which she criticises when she says "all Londoners I assume" -over generations, the emigrational background is being more and more disregarded Laylor -generous and selfless (even tho she hasn't got a lot. of money either; doesn't expect something in return) -good-hearted, pure -easily trusts people (thus maybe naive) -despite the fact that she is homeless and poor, she is very unbothered and seems happy -talkative, open-minded -grateful and humble (doesn't complain about her situation) Protagonist -naive, one-dimensional -trying to shift the responsibility -deflecting blame -unsociable (doesn't want to make friends) -sees herself as the victim. -also polite and responsible (automatically wants to give her money back) "THE THIRD AND FINAL CONTINENT" Summary -in 1964, an Indian man leaves native country to sail to London -studies at London School of Economics -shares apartment with other Bengalis -5 years later -> age 36; gets job offer from a library in Massachusetts -same time, marriage was arranged by family -> flies back to Calcutta and then onwards to Boston -guidebook says that Americans are less friendly than British people -first meals are cornflakes -> on a budget, spending little money until wife arrives -comes across an ad for a free room to rent but is told they only let boys from Harvard or Tech in -still makes appointment for next day. -would be first house without other Indians -woman who owns house is old and named Mrs Croft -one becomes aware of the fact that his mother has passed away -they have a conversation -despite the fact that he ist not a Harvard or Tech student he moves into the apartment, no girls allowed tho -awaits his wife Mala who is waiting for her green card -old woman wants narrator to sit next to her on piano bench. -> becomes routine. -Helen (Mrs Croft's daughter) tells him that he is the first boarder her mother has called a gentleman -moves out of the apartment and says goodbye to Mrs Croft -Mala arrives and narrator picks her up at the airport -they speak Bengali (his first time in America) -however, they talk little and the situation is awkward -one day they want to go out and Mala puts on her Sari - narrator feels uncomfortable as she seems to be overdressed -they go out at night and visit Mrs Croft -Mala and Mrs Croft have a connection and get along very well -Mrs Croft dies a month later and Mala consoles him. -story continues and they have a son who attends Harvard Notes. -narrator disregards traditional norms and seems to be uncomfortable when he is being confronted with it -arranged marriage doesn't surprise him, he simply accepts it but doesn't seem to be very happy to be married -Mrs Croft seems to remind hum of his mother which is why he enjoys talking to her -adaptive -simple man Narrator .-untraditional. -unsociable (no friends...) --friendly, good hearted -engaged in building a new life -naive (arranged marriage) -unbothered (has to life with wife he doesn't even love) -humble “SHE SHALL NOT BE MOVED" Summary -narrator (foreign background) on a bus with her daughter Mariam, they become witnesses of an unfair and racist situation -story starts with "I would've changed something if..." -black, Somali woman is standing in the aisle with her pram and her two children because two elderly, white women are blocking the seats which are directed to people with prams -thus the woman is blocking the aisle because the two elderly woman refuse to let her take the seat -narrator is pointing out the other free seats to the two women -black driver loses his temper because of the blocked aisle and gets off his sea -driver shouts at Somali woman and narrator turns daughters face away bc she doesn't want her to see such "ugliness" -narrator of the story doesn't stand up for the Somali woman, she actually wanted to to be a role model for her daughter but refuses because of fear of getting thrown off the bus, having to buy another ticket and her daughter is shivering next to her -she knows that what is going on is wrong but acts selfish -two elderly women blame black woman as well -Mariam is unsatisfied and bothered by the situation -narrator -> reverse racist because she wont stand up for an elderly woman who enters the bus -Mariam wants to get up for elderly woman but narrator pulls her down -Mariam is disappointed of her mum -mother and Somali woman leave the bus and when the black woman gets off she shouts "racists" -mother and Somali woman have a convo and narrator wants to help her with the pram and tells her to report the driver, but Somali woman refuses and calls him a slave -narrator is upset because of doing nothing And can't forget about it all day -strong and fierce -stubborn -not inferior -dominant Somali woman -standing up for herself -calm -unbothered > firm® Notes -fear of foreigners to stand up for other foreigners because they lack confidence and power and may feel inferior -> many excuses even though they're aware of the fact that it was clearly wrong and even affected herself too, because of her nationality (DILEMMA, INNER CONFLICT) -on the other hand, she must have taught her kid what's the right thing to do in such situation because she tried to do something about it, but her mother didn't let her -Somali woman example for foreigners who are very powerful -courage to really stand up for others is lacking by everyone on the bus because of fear of being "hated" by be majority of society Mariam -good manners -fierce, powerful -sheltered by mother -clever -selfless Narrator -political activist (had to flee because of her activism) -hypocritical -selfish -lack of interference and confidence -kind (pointing out free seats) --good-hearted -helpful, good will -inferior -less powerful when it comes to really acting -mind actions THE ESCAPE Summary -Samir, the protagonist is 73 years old and from Pakistan living in the UK -starts of in the mosque in Longsight where he is praying for his dead wife -son dropped him off at the mosque and is supposed to pick him up -bumps into old friend Manzoor who invites him to his home but Samir refuses Because he was afraid of old memories and witnessing the intimacy between husband and wife -his son is a sports manager -he has a house with 5 bedrooms but with his family gone and wife's passing all the joy has gone away -seems very lonely and doesn't know what to do within an hour, because later that day his son is picking him up again -very special religious day where there's usually a lot of food but there's nothing on his kitchen table, a year ago everyone has been there (kids + daughters and sons-in-law) -he eats cornflakes instead of the traditional food -his son arrives (let his father eat alone at home -> could have accompanied him) -family gathered at eldest daughters house -grandson makes him smile even though he missen his wife a lot and doesn't know how to cope with the situation -> tearing up and no searching for contact with family. -Samir announces that he wants to go back to Pakistan for a few months to visit his family -notices that he called Pakistan home and when he thinks about it he is unsure whether that is the truth -three days later he left for Pakistan and is greeted by his family there at the airport -visits his parents graves and sobs, notices how strange it would be to be buried on a whole different continent than his parents -wife did some charitable work in Pakistan in a village which he visits -story reveals that the English capital is not for him as he is very shy and uncomfortable every time he goes out but at the same time he feels uncomfortable in Pakistan as well and the situation is very awkward. "Flashback": -began a knitwear business when he first came to Manchester -he worked his way up to a point where he didn't have to worry about money anymore "Present" -visits the family who his wife financially supported -woman cries over death and eventually Samir bursts out into tears as well -the family reminds him of how lonely he is back in the UK, living in his big house all alone -he offers to keep on supporting them financially in the future -leaves their home without being recognised or recognising anyone -leaves Pakistan after only a week (i guess...) -on the plane he sits next to a man of his age called Ibrahim, they have very similar life's and talk about why they visited their "homeland", turns out they are unsure which one is the homeland -in the end Samir says he wants to escape to the UK and to a new home which is an elderly peoples home -leaves his five bedroom home to his children and his saving for the family in Pakistan -calls the elderly peoples home his home in the very end Notes -younger generations (no direct immigrants) have better education (-> student at Harvard, sports manager -Samir says "his family" which is also the family of his children -> implies that they may not have a lot of contact to them and are far more integrated into the UK -> would definitely call the UK their home -Samir can't identify where he really belongs -> Pakistan is his origin but he doesn't feel comfortable there because his parents are dead; his childeren (+) all live in the UK but there he doesn't feel home either -speaking English is hard for him and he knows no-one in the UK, whereas in Pakistan he can utilise his mother tongue -however in Pakistan he doesn't know a lot of people either because he left early and when he visits the family there's no one of his age and no-one who recognises him -both countries are so different UK: mostly white people, hardly "brown ones”, very high buildings, lowers samir's self esteem Pakistan: poor country, same ethnic group. -example of immigrants who built themselves a new and very good life without having to worry about money BUT they didn't fully arrive mentally in their new country and will forever miss a part of their origin, even though the country they moved to is economically more stable -even tough he succeeded in having everything other refugees would dream of, he is empty inside (obviously worsened by his wife's death) but he doesn't feel comfortable at all -he wanted to stay in Pakistan for a few months but returned to England much sooner, as he notices there is nothing that makes him happy and he only continued his wife's charitable work and visited parents graves -wife is more important to him than children because he keeps savings for Pakistanis Samir -unfulfilled -lonely -hard working and dedicated; ambitious (escaped poverty) -good-hearted and loving -emotional -traditional and religious (praying)

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Lernzettel (Vor-) Abi 22

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-"The Third And Final Continent"
-"She Shall Not Be Moved"
-"The Escape"
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THEMEN: Short Stories -,,Loose Change" -"The Third And Final Continent" -"She Shall Not Be Moved" -"The Escape" Gran Torino Richard The Third Frankenstein "LOOSE CHANGE" Displacement: question of identity and belonging. Summary -all-day meeting between two women -both with foreign background -one of them has already established her life in the city, the other one hasn't (just arrived as a political refugee from Uzbekistan. Ethnic and cultural diversity: cultural clashes, the role of gang culture and violence Role of women, pursuit of power, (fate vs free will). Ethics of science, role of nature, question of (human) identity -takes place in the bathroom of an art gallery (London) -woman with established life needs coins for tampon machine and wants to give the money back to the refugee (Laylor) -protagonist invites her for a cup of tea in a cafe -protagonist assumes woman is refugee from Spain because of the accent -inner conflict (in regard to origin) -narrow-minded -easy to influence (by looks) -brother of Laylor shows up, they have a short discussion in her native language -turns out they're homeless -suddenly protagonists view on girl changes dramatically "dirty fingernails, ugly tooth gap". -protagonist wonders why refugee approached her as she has a lot on her plate and others could offer their help -just leaves the cafe and the girl behind Opratorer! + shalistic devices Notes -protagonist may not want to be confronted with emigration as she sees herself as a Londoner -doesn't care about...

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grandmothers background and what challenges she faced because of people like her -behaves the same way which she criticises when she says "all Londoners I assume" -over generations, the emigrational background is being more and more disregarded Laylor -generous and selfless (even tho she hasn't got a lot. of money either; doesn't expect something in return) -good-hearted, pure -easily trusts people (thus maybe naive) -despite the fact that she is homeless and poor, she is very unbothered and seems happy -talkative, open-minded -grateful and humble (doesn't complain about her situation) Protagonist -naive, one-dimensional -trying to shift the responsibility -deflecting blame -unsociable (doesn't want to make friends) -sees herself as the victim. -also polite and responsible (automatically wants to give her money back) "THE THIRD AND FINAL CONTINENT" Summary -in 1964, an Indian man leaves native country to sail to London -studies at London School of Economics -shares apartment with other Bengalis -5 years later -> age 36; gets job offer from a library in Massachusetts -same time, marriage was arranged by family -> flies back to Calcutta and then onwards to Boston -guidebook says that Americans are less friendly than British people -first meals are cornflakes -> on a budget, spending little money until wife arrives -comes across an ad for a free room to rent but is told they only let boys from Harvard or Tech in -still makes appointment for next day. -would be first house without other Indians -woman who owns house is old and named Mrs Croft -one becomes aware of the fact that his mother has passed away -they have a conversation -despite the fact that he ist not a Harvard or Tech student he moves into the apartment, no girls allowed tho -awaits his wife Mala who is waiting for her green card -old woman wants narrator to sit next to her on piano bench. -> becomes routine. -Helen (Mrs Croft's daughter) tells him that he is the first boarder her mother has called a gentleman -moves out of the apartment and says goodbye to Mrs Croft -Mala arrives and narrator picks her up at the airport -they speak Bengali (his first time in America) -however, they talk little and the situation is awkward -one day they want to go out and Mala puts on her Sari - narrator feels uncomfortable as she seems to be overdressed -they go out at night and visit Mrs Croft -Mala and Mrs Croft have a connection and get along very well -Mrs Croft dies a month later and Mala consoles him. -story continues and they have a son who attends Harvard Notes. -narrator disregards traditional norms and seems to be uncomfortable when he is being confronted with it -arranged marriage doesn't surprise him, he simply accepts it but doesn't seem to be very happy to be married -Mrs Croft seems to remind hum of his mother which is why he enjoys talking to her -adaptive -simple man Narrator .-untraditional. -unsociable (no friends...) --friendly, good hearted -engaged in building a new life -naive (arranged marriage) -unbothered (has to life with wife he doesn't even love) -humble “SHE SHALL NOT BE MOVED" Summary -narrator (foreign background) on a bus with her daughter Mariam, they become witnesses of an unfair and racist situation -story starts with "I would've changed something if..." -black, Somali woman is standing in the aisle with her pram and her two children because two elderly, white women are blocking the seats which are directed to people with prams -thus the woman is blocking the aisle because the two elderly woman refuse to let her take the seat -narrator is pointing out the other free seats to the two women -black driver loses his temper because of the blocked aisle and gets off his sea -driver shouts at Somali woman and narrator turns daughters face away bc she doesn't want her to see such "ugliness" -narrator of the story doesn't stand up for the Somali woman, she actually wanted to to be a role model for her daughter but refuses because of fear of getting thrown off the bus, having to buy another ticket and her daughter is shivering next to her -she knows that what is going on is wrong but acts selfish -two elderly women blame black woman as well -Mariam is unsatisfied and bothered by the situation -narrator -> reverse racist because she wont stand up for an elderly woman who enters the bus -Mariam wants to get up for elderly woman but narrator pulls her down -Mariam is disappointed of her mum -mother and Somali woman leave the bus and when the black woman gets off she shouts "racists" -mother and Somali woman have a convo and narrator wants to help her with the pram and tells her to report the driver, but Somali woman refuses and calls him a slave -narrator is upset because of doing nothing And can't forget about it all day -strong and fierce -stubborn -not inferior -dominant Somali woman -standing up for herself -calm -unbothered > firm® Notes -fear of foreigners to stand up for other foreigners because they lack confidence and power and may feel inferior -> many excuses even though they're aware of the fact that it was clearly wrong and even affected herself too, because of her nationality (DILEMMA, INNER CONFLICT) -on the other hand, she must have taught her kid what's the right thing to do in such situation because she tried to do something about it, but her mother didn't let her -Somali woman example for foreigners who are very powerful -courage to really stand up for others is lacking by everyone on the bus because of fear of being "hated" by be majority of society Mariam -good manners -fierce, powerful -sheltered by mother -clever -selfless Narrator -political activist (had to flee because of her activism) -hypocritical -selfish -lack of interference and confidence -kind (pointing out free seats) --good-hearted -helpful, good will -inferior -less powerful when it comes to really acting -mind actions THE ESCAPE Summary -Samir, the protagonist is 73 years old and from Pakistan living in the UK -starts of in the mosque in Longsight where he is praying for his dead wife -son dropped him off at the mosque and is supposed to pick him up -bumps into old friend Manzoor who invites him to his home but Samir refuses Because he was afraid of old memories and witnessing the intimacy between husband and wife -his son is a sports manager -he has a house with 5 bedrooms but with his family gone and wife's passing all the joy has gone away -seems very lonely and doesn't know what to do within an hour, because later that day his son is picking him up again -very special religious day where there's usually a lot of food but there's nothing on his kitchen table, a year ago everyone has been there (kids + daughters and sons-in-law) -he eats cornflakes instead of the traditional food -his son arrives (let his father eat alone at home -> could have accompanied him) -family gathered at eldest daughters house -grandson makes him smile even though he missen his wife a lot and doesn't know how to cope with the situation -> tearing up and no searching for contact with family. -Samir announces that he wants to go back to Pakistan for a few months to visit his family -notices that he called Pakistan home and when he thinks about it he is unsure whether that is the truth -three days later he left for Pakistan and is greeted by his family there at the airport -visits his parents graves and sobs, notices how strange it would be to be buried on a whole different continent than his parents -wife did some charitable work in Pakistan in a village which he visits -story reveals that the English capital is not for him as he is very shy and uncomfortable every time he goes out but at the same time he feels uncomfortable in Pakistan as well and the situation is very awkward. "Flashback": -began a knitwear business when he first came to Manchester -he worked his way up to a point where he didn't have to worry about money anymore "Present" -visits the family who his wife financially supported -woman cries over death and eventually Samir bursts out into tears as well -the family reminds him of how lonely he is back in the UK, living in his big house all alone -he offers to keep on supporting them financially in the future -leaves their home without being recognised or recognising anyone -leaves Pakistan after only a week (i guess...) -on the plane he sits next to a man of his age called Ibrahim, they have very similar life's and talk about why they visited their "homeland", turns out they are unsure which one is the homeland -in the end Samir says he wants to escape to the UK and to a new home which is an elderly peoples home -leaves his five bedroom home to his children and his saving for the family in Pakistan -calls the elderly peoples home his home in the very end Notes -younger generations (no direct immigrants) have better education (-> student at Harvard, sports manager -Samir says "his family" which is also the family of his children -> implies that they may not have a lot of contact to them and are far more integrated into the UK -> would definitely call the UK their home -Samir can't identify where he really belongs -> Pakistan is his origin but he doesn't feel comfortable there because his parents are dead; his childeren (+) all live in the UK but there he doesn't feel home either -speaking English is hard for him and he knows no-one in the UK, whereas in Pakistan he can utilise his mother tongue -however in Pakistan he doesn't know a lot of people either because he left early and when he visits the family there's no one of his age and no-one who recognises him -both countries are so different UK: mostly white people, hardly "brown ones”, very high buildings, lowers samir's self esteem Pakistan: poor country, same ethnic group. -example of immigrants who built themselves a new and very good life without having to worry about money BUT they didn't fully arrive mentally in their new country and will forever miss a part of their origin, even though the country they moved to is economically more stable -even tough he succeeded in having everything other refugees would dream of, he is empty inside (obviously worsened by his wife's death) but he doesn't feel comfortable at all -he wanted to stay in Pakistan for a few months but returned to England much sooner, as he notices there is nothing that makes him happy and he only continued his wife's charitable work and visited parents graves -wife is more important to him than children because he keeps savings for Pakistanis Samir -unfulfilled -lonely -hard working and dedicated; ambitious (escaped poverty) -good-hearted and loving -emotional -traditional and religious (praying)