Why do we need a purpose for writing a book? For example the book The Maze Runner by James Dashner? An Author Purpose is the reason an author decides to write about a specific topic. James Dashner who wrote the novel The Maze Runner was trying to inform us, Sense of hope and to entertain his readers by studying their brain patterns. They were trying to figure out how the brain patterns of a non-immune. The Maze Runner can relate to us because it’s a problem within our society today because now
Thesis paper 20th october’2015 YOUTH CHALLENGED IN THE MAZE The Maze Runner is the first book of the young adult post apocalyptic science fiction trilogy written by James Dashner , an author thrilled by young adult fiction. The story begins when a teenage boy named Thomas, finds himself inside a box which opens to deliver him to a glade. Thomas and the other boys in the glade remember nothing except their names. Outside the Glade is the Maze, a labyrinth of high walls covered in ivy that changes
Literary Analysis Essay The idea of universal storytelling elements are things that are in everything we watch and read. We recognize them, and think about them without even realizing that they’re there. In The Maze Runner, by James Dashner, universal themes in the dystopian society such as Heroic scenarios, Likable characters, startling factors and using odd elements to keep the reader interested are used to make the story easier to relate too, and to make it more interesting for the reader.
The Maze Runner is a post-apocalyptic dystopian novel written by James Dashner. The novel is written from the perspective of Thomas, who has just awoken in a place called the Glade – surrounded by a group of boys no older than him. Thomas, like the boys before him, has no recollection of who he is, save for his name. The book explores how the group of boys have managed to create their own community, develop their own language, and survive while in an inescapable maze that has peril lurking around
out called “the flare” which causes the most sane and rational people to become raging and hysterical flesh eaters. Not only has the virus taken the lives of millions, but the extreme climates have also killed the few remaining. In the novels The Maze Runner and The Scorch Trials, Thomas and his friends will have to fight to survive a
pressures and flaws of humans and societies when you have various groups together. In the books listed below the authors further enlighten us on these issues compared to dystopia. Three of the books with these examples included: Fahrenheit 451, The Maze Runner and The Lord of the Flies and two movies: book of Eli and The Giver all have clear examples of these stories point out the problems of our societies have today or when they were written. They reflect society 's issues by creating fictional stories