Don DeLillo has written fourteen novels and three plays; he has won many awards both national and international.
The story begins with Joseph attending a funeral. What feelings and emotions is he experiencing? At the funeral Joseph has a sickly ache of regret and loss lurching inside of him.
The words, "It's my fault" stab at his heart. To try and ignore the depressing atmosphere Joseph tries to visualise himself in a different place but the surrounding sounds of the clearing of a throat or the sharp echo of a shoe knocking clumsily against a hard wooden kneeler bring him back to reality.
As Joseph tries to work out the chain of events that has brought him there, he finds himself thinking of silkworms. This is because trying to unravel the tangled threads of the past is like unwinding the silk from a silkworm cocoon.
It is what Joseph has been searching for - one fragile thread that would lead him forward. When he recalls the recent past, Joseph sees the faces of three men.
Who are they and what feature of each man's face is highlighted? When Joseph recalls the recent past, he sees the faces of three men - his father, Tom Leyton and the Running Man. He sees his father's face, the last time he had looked on it, bewildered, hurt and angry.
Then Joseph sees Tom Leyton's face, silent as a stone, hidden deep within the shadows of his room. Last but not least he also sees the face of the Running Man, his eyes burning with a desperate fire.
The chapter ends with an image of Joseph's neighbours' house. What simile is used to describe it?
What effect does it create? An image of Joseph's neighbours' house is created as the chapter ends. The house is described as being perched high on its black timber stumps like some long-legged creature waiting in the shadows.
This simile creates an eerie atmosphere, making the reader seem curious about the secrets the house holds but scared of finding out at the same time.The Running Man has 80, ratings and 2, reviews.
Emily said: I ended up reading this book in one day! Fast-paced action pack book that will keep y /5. Summary The narrator — speaking in the voice of a man in his 40s — reminiscing about his youth, opens the novel. He remembers when he had not yet di Chapter 1. You jump up and do the running man to celebrate.
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