Her changing hairstyle is also representative of her fear and difficulty in facing challenges as they lie ahead.The film Charlie st Cloud directed by Burr Steer, deals with a tragedy similar to the catalyst for change found in Burkes novel.
Tracy champans song ‘Fast Car’ also highlights the challenges and changes required by individuals to move into the world.
Throughout the lyrics of this song we are introduced to the persona’s voice as she recounts the challenges and choices she has faced to move into the world.
Facing transitions and dealing with dramatic change has a influencing aspect on family and personal relationships, through the text we see the dynamics of relationships and roles of family shift to meet the needs of each individual as they face the challenge of moving in to the world before them.
he manner in which the various members of the Brennan family relate to each other, as well as the horrible situation they are faced with because of Daniels reckless and irresponsible behaviour, are an important part of the text.
He visits Daniel and fin on a regular basis, tries to keep tom interested in rugby and is very supportive of his wife Tess, who has become almost catatonic from her grief.
he contrasting behaviours of these characters highlights the differences in individuals when they are faced with challenges in their journey of moving into the world.The experience of moving into the world can challenge individuals attitudes and beliefs.Into the world explores the aspects of growth, transition and change. C Burke explores the different ways individuals grow when they are taken out of their comfort zones and venture into new experiences.The use of poetic voice here also shows the transition in time and a growing maturity and list of responsibilities for the persona in the text.Flashbacks like the non-linear structure of burkes text, are also evident within this song; they are used to give information about what she remembers and hoped for.The use of flashbacks throughout the novel plays a vital role in conveying the theme of fear.This technique allows the reader to empathise with Tom and stimulate reader’s curiosity thus establishing reader engagement.Similarly kylie faces fear of acceptance within her new school.She reacts differently to Tom and exposes the secrets in a dramatic way.I have a related text but struggling with Tom Brennan Can someone please help me?I need to analysis The Story of Tome Brennan for my assessment Trials but I suck at analysis.