What Is The Function Of Setting In " Green Days By The River"?


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Green days by the river is a famous novel by the author Michael Anthony. He has written around 20 novels in his four-decade career. The story is about the loss of innocence and entering into maturity. The settings are such that a 15 year old boy shell is shown, who gets attracted to an Indian Girl Rosalie. The story revolves around the boy and the complications he has to face with this girl and his father. These setting explore the basic theme of the novel and focuses on the confusion faced by teenagers growing into maturity. It also explores the complexity of human relationships.

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