Carmody uses the " great vs evil" theme to demonstrate insight into how it changes Nathanial great evil preventing gang, and just how he challenges to break clear of the darkness in Cheshunt.
Nathanial is trying to battle the bad but his mother can be stoping him without even knowing(the darkness is usually taking over her).
Nathanial struggles to fight the evil with bullys aiming to persuade him, in their wicked ways, to cross to The gathering(evil gang).
His only friends are the " good" people and he can have zero social connection with them and so the " Kraken" doesn't defeat them.
Nathanial does not have any social good friends to support him
Nathanial uses his social existence to gain the group: Doing a great assignment around the history of this town; he foretells old individuals who witnessed herrific events in cheshunt by his mothers work
Carmody uses the Australian culure and identity to create a certain motif and think.
In Cheshunt the laws and regulations and Rules are biest to the evil as they have taken over the town.
Carmody creates the sense that " The Kraken" is a lot like Hitler plus the town and children are his army of evil.
She produces the illusion that Nathanial makes his own decisions and that he assumes on the responsibility of actually finding out about the previous bande.
The Gathering by Isobelle Carmody
Alludes that " the kraken" is Hitler
Language varieties features and structures
Point of view - initial person
Protagonists Who or perhaps what is the Antagonist?
Carmody provides an impressive story that is certainly exiting since something takes place every part to keep suspence.
The lady uses signs in the text near the climaxing for you to remember what happened what he noticed, and the fact that was said in the past that could produce Nathanial succeed the battle...