Is the book’s structure chronological or does it move back and forth between past and present? Does the author use a single (first or third person) viewpoint or shifting points of view? Why might the author have chosen to tell the story this way and how does it influence the reader’s understanding?
The books is structured chronologically going through the events of one day in Ivan's Prison life. The Author did this becuase it was the easiest way showcase own day of Ivan's life. It allowed the author to better showcase the routen of each day this intern help the reader understand the redundancy of prison life and the lack of freedom in it. It also was written this way becuase it is a simple way to write. Writing in a simple form allowed the reader to understand the book better and help the reader feel the simplicity of the prison camp which further enhanced the readers experiences.
chronological order of older bicycles to the own we use to day
This book clearly written in first person. It was written like this becuase again it is a very simple form of writing. Writing in a simple form allowed the reader to understand the book better and help the reader feel the simplicity of the prison camp which further enhanced the readers experiences. It also was written in this way because it was the easiest way for the author alexander solzhenitsyn to transfer his life experiences in a prison labor camp to the basis of the book. This allowed the author to create a much more realistic representation of a Soviet prison camp, thus enhancing the readers understanding of the a Soviet prison camp and the emotions that come with it.
First person view