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Roald Dahl. MATILDA. Illustrations by Quentin Blake. VIKING KESTREL. For. Michael By the time she was three, Matilda had taught herself to read by studying. Apr 4, Download Matilda (Dahl Fiction) by Roald Dahl PDF, EPUB, Kindle, Audiobooks Online. Denne Pinnen ble oppdaget av Bente Blegeberg Jenssen. Oppdag (og lagre!) dine egne Pins på Pinterest.
Joyfulness, happiness, gayness and delight are all empowering elements that are at odds with sadness and unhappiness.
It might be the powerful and active nature of joy that makes it empowering and is contradicted with the static status of sadness. It is desirable if the writer tries to make the hero a round character. It is feasible to develop a character in longer works such as novels for children.
Hopefully, here the two works that are studied in this paper are long fictions for children. Now, with conceptual aspect of empowerment, it is important to add that empowerment can manifest itself at least on two levels: one is personal and the other is social.
As you see here, the theory of empowerment proposed by Sadan is modified a bit. By social empowerment we are after a sort of conformity with the society. The point is that as social creatures, human beings should be able to live with each other in peace.
This way, the theory of empowerment helps children find and elevate their individuality and subjectivity while at the same time it makes them prepared to live in the society. We can claim easily that this tactic leads to the ability of critical thinking, which is of great importance in the process of personality and mind development.
This tactic can be of a sort of complement for the problem solving skill; that is, via the creativity and imagination, the child-hero is able to solve the conflicts. The writer is to provide whatever kind of information possible. This way by reading any fiction, children can increase their level of knowledge. In order to live peacefully in a society, one has to first acknowledge and then observe the values. This process might be unconscious or conscious. However, the important point here is that this tactic can become political as it seems that it has mostly been.
The social conformity conveyed with this tactic is actually the natural part of the theory of empowerment. It is important to mention that with theory of empowerment we are not after producing radical individuals who are at odds with the society and consequently are unable to live peacefully.
In her e-book, Sadan talks about the social skills that are useful to the community members. The social skill—the one that can be conveyed via literature and has been discovered so far—is the ability to express oneself well. With regards to personal skills, the researcher has come upon two groups: literary skills and artistic skills. These two skills were discovered by Farnia and Pourgiv in the works of Ahmad Akbarpour. The literary skill that Akbarpour introduces and is successfully able to convey to his readers is the ability to write stories; this tactic was found in Southern Dreams and Giant and Bicycle F a r n i a , P o u r g i v The artistic skill is also interesting; this too was found in Giant and Bicycle and it deals with the ability of drawing pictures.
It is taken as an empowering tactic to encourage children to write stories and draw pictures. This way they can use their creativity and go towards finding their hidden potentials. He has published many fiction works and they are well-known in Iran.
It must be mentioned that Akbarpour has made use of so many postmodern narration techniques, which are of interest but out of the domain of the present paper. As he obeys Dad, he has never been spanked. This is the very thing Davood is proud of! However, one day a wad of money falls down the toilet well and Dad says that whoever goes down the well 2 to fetch the money, will have 10 Tumans3 as a reward.
Finally, two naughty cousins decide to go down the well furtively to steal the money. Now let us study this fiction and see how the theory of empowerment is employed by Akbarpour. First of all, the setting of the story is realistic and not an imaginative one, and so the events that happen there are not extraordinary and weird.
This fiction shows the 2 It must be mentioned that in the past or even today in some old villages the toilet well was somehow wide and deep. It is true with Iranian culture, at least it is true with the culture people have in small villages. And it seems that Dad likes him in his own ways; maybe that is why he has never spanked Davood! The conflict is caused by Dad; he throws the money down the well by accident and wants one of his children—that is Davood—to go down and fetch it.
You skinny boy! When noticing that he is not able to solve his problem by throwing stones, he suddenly flees to the roof and threatens to throw himself down, if they badger him Ibid. Now this action saves him and it seems that Dad forgets about the money little by little.
The only action or reaction that we have from Davood is this and from the empowerment point of view it is not empowering. The tone of Akbarpour is ironic and sometimes satiric, and he also uses funny expressions in his diction. However, the nature of all these joy and fun might not be acceptable and pleasant to all people. It can be claimed that maybe only a certain sort of readers might enjoy the atmosphere and tone of Akbarpour. Davood is the narrator of six chapters, but not all of them.
We can say that it is a narrative technique and it takes some time to notice who the narrator is by considering the style of the narration and diction. However, as the main character of the story, he does not use his intelligence and creativity to solve his problems. Instead, he is so weak and frightened that most of his actions seem to be instinct and unconscious. The point is that he defends himself in the most primitive way. So we cannot take Davood either as the hero or as a model.
Not only Davood but none of the characters can be taken as a model in this fiction as they do not possess any noticeable characteristics. Finally, it is certain that Davood is also by no means a round character. From the beginning of the fiction and even during the conflict, Davood shows no extraordinary characteristic and during the novel he does not change or develop. The mere fact that Davood repeats the same sentence for his eldest brother shows that he has little mental development though he repents doing it in almost as soon as he says it.
Therefore, we cannot find this tactic in this fiction. Here, we can comprehend if any of the tactics used by Akbarpour may lead to either social or personal empowerment. In another instance, the teacher asks the brothers—Davood, Yunos, and Yahyaa—to bring some money for school building repair, and the boys wonder what to do and how to ask Dad for the money.
Again, the researcher is not taking this action as an instance of creativity. Also, the descriptions that Akbarpour provides for the village shows that the setting of time of the fiction is not modern and goes back to at least fifty years ago.
For example, when Mehraab—the eldest brother—notices that a cousin is stuck in the toilet well, he immediately volunteers to go down and people admire him. Also, another value might be the ability of being determined in what you believe in. It is true that Davood is afraid of Dad; however, when it comes to going down the well, he refuses and insists on his refusal.
This is admirable on the part of Davood, though he does not use his creativity to think of a way to prove his individuality to Dad and others. However, his competence in writing texts and poems was so considerable and satisfactory for the young readers and children that he decided to dedicate most of his time writing for children.
Since its publication in , Matilda has attracted many admirations and criticism. However, in this paper, the researcher is merely interested in empowering tactics that Dahl has made use of. With the literary aspect of the theory of empowerment, we first come to the setting of the novel.
At the first glance, Matilda seems to be a realistic novel. However, as we get on, we realise that it is not. Matilda is an extraordinary petit girl; her interest in books, her politeness and all her good characteristics are quite acceptable; however, her eye power is quite out of the ordinary. And this is an interesting quality that Dahl gives to Matilda because it is thanks to this power that she is able to help Miss Honey. Therefore, by letting Matilda have this amazing power, Dahl changes the realistic setting of the novel to a surreal one, in which the heavy Miss Trunchbull is felled by a little girl.
Regarding the plot of the novel, we cannot detect any quest as such.
Matilda by Roald Dahl
However, the absence of parents is applicable to Matilda, though both of the parents are present! The fact is that Matilda is quite different from the rest of her family and this matter of being different has made her quite alone.
Wormwood are quite irresponsible and can never understand Matilda and her great talents. When she is a bit older and can read thick books, she goes to the library alone and it even makes the librarian, Mrs. Also most of the time, we find Matilda alone in her room, engrossed in her books. All this loneliness makes Matilda an independent little girl. She becomes so subjective and empowered that even at the end, she is able to help Miss Honey to get rid of the cruel Miss Trunchbull.
We can say that this novel is composed of two parts: one is when Matilda is at home and starts plotting against her negligent parents so that she would be able to punish them, and in the second part, we have Matilda against the cruel and bull-like Miss Trunchbull.
In these two parts, Matilda faces several conflicts and is able to solve them one by one by using her creativity and intelligence. The first and most serious problem is her Daddy. He is a car dealer and by using sawdust he simply cheats people.
For his Daddy, Matilda devises three punishments. And interestingly enough, she is never caught and is able to manage the traps skilfully.
For this difficult and complicated problem, Dahl prepares Matilda with her magic eye powers, and this way she is able to win against Miss Trunchbull at the end. Dahl is quite professional in preparing and empowering Matilda, so that she is able to overcome all her problems. All this is funny and interesting for the child-reader and from the very beginning it is as if the writer is talking to the reader. She can also be a round character; it is a page novel and we can get lots of information about Matilda as the main character.
The important point about her is that she is also a modern model; that is, she has her shortcomings as well. Her taking revenge on parents is severely not acceptable. However, this is good; because this very shortcoming makes Matilda an easy to believe character. Here in this quotation, Nodelman suggests that children are by nature empowered to understand and realise even the most complicated facts and texts with the condition that the parents be on their side and guide them.
By explaining these minute details to children, we can be hopeful that children can take Matilda as a modern model. In this part, the conceptual aspect of the theory of empowerment in Matilda is studied. It is of great importance that Dahl is able to use all the conceptual tactics well in order to not only empower Matilda but also the child-reader. Here one example will be elaborated. So far we have not heard of Fred.
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