Friday, May 17, 2019

Different sides of Clive Linley

Which in this case makes him iciness hearted and selfish human being who clearly does not have his priorities straight. This came as a big bewilderment to me after I had read how good of a takeoff booster he was. The book is mostly some two men who have been brought together again after their scraggy supporter dies.The modal value how Clive treats his fri obliterate differences a lot from how he reacted in the situation mentioned before. In fact he is there for his friend in every situation no matter how difficult it might be. When Vernon was laid up with a rare viral infection of the spine, Clive visited almost every day, bringing books, music, videos and champagne(Mclean 199843). This is one of many examples what Clive had through with(p) for his friend, without asking anything in return. It shows that he still cares and knows how to treat people but maybe Just close ones. On the other hand, he was still palpable of arranging his best friends death and the other way around.Th e thing is, this part of the book came as a shock. He arranged the death of his best friend. That solely says something about him. He could be a self-centered and egotistic man. After having disagreed on a dependent with Vernon and Vernon not taking his advice maybe he Just could not have let it go. Or he concept he was being a good friend and ending ones life because that was what he thought the one had wanted. In that case it would make him in some eyes loyal and committed. Clive had asked his friend to end his life if he would start to lose It.Yes, on one condition only that youd do the alike(p) for me. V. (Mclean 199857) Maybe In Climes eyes he was already losing It and he did what had to be done. In the end I think the book Is purposely ended with a mystery. It leaves a lot of questions about the characters as well. As to Clive Lintel- he Is a genius who does not let anything get In the way of his Inspirations, a mortal who knows how to treat his loved ones and a man who Is capable of doing terrible things either out of fury or to keep his word. Mclean, Ian. (1998). Amsterdam. Great Britain. Jonathan Cape

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