1. The Story of Tom Brennan and Riding in Cars with Boys
This notion can be seen in J.C Burke's chronological bildungsromanesque novel, The Story of Tom Brennan, and Penny Marshall's 2001 film, Riding in Cars with Boys. Burke, explores through Tom Brennan's move to a new town, as a consequence of his brothers actions, how new environments can be challenging. ... In addition, Burke uses hyperbolic high modality language through Tom's persona when he idealizes the past. ... Like Tom Brennan, Beverly is faced with a confronting challenge. ... Throughout The Story of Tom Brennan and Riding In Cars With Boys it is clear that when one ...
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- Grade Level: Undergraduate