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6 years 2 months ago #11055 by Fathima Mubeena
I need the summary of life and death of cholomondely :(

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6 years 2 months ago #11056 by Fathima Mubeena
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and also the summary of the novel Jane Eyre

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6 years 2 months ago #11061 by ✦◄LikeToBeAnon►✦
Can you please wait... I have to search for my O/L books... I have GIT exam today... After coming I'll post for sure! :) (y)

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6 years 2 months ago #11133 by Fathima Mubeena
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did ur exam finishd??

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6 years 2 months ago #11138 by Michael Zachary
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The Life and Death of Cholmondeley

In this prose, "The Life and Death of Cholmondeley" Gerald M. Durrel effectively illustrates that the needs of Chumley, the intelligent ape are better met by him rather then the authorities of the London Zoo. Firstly, Chumley shows many qualities of a curious infant, he demonstrates a considerable potential to learn and analyze simple skills ideas and situations.
Like a small child, it is evident that Chumley needs certain intimate attention not properly provided by the zoo. When Durrel limits the amount of attention given to Chumley, the ape becomes "a little jealous of [the new monkey] Sue- but he was too much of a gentle man to show it." (Pg. 25)

Evidently, Chumley longs for attention, and things got out of control when he left to go out in the public
and interact the best he knows how. Secondly, the animals physical heath and safely is a main concern when deciding weather the Zoo or Durrel should gain possession of the beast. It is unsafe for the
Chumley to stay in the Zoo with obviously easy access to an exit, or escape root, on a street where
he can be hit by cars or/and possibly be killed, like when "there were some cars parked there and Chumley approached them and beat on the doors...but the foolish humans misconstructed his actions: there he was full of Christmas Spirit, asking for a lift, and all they would do is wind up there window
s and yell for help." (Pg. 26) This situation demonstrates the Chumley thought not dangerous by nature pit himself in a potentially lethal situation by venturing out in the world in search of intellectual companionship. Thirdly, often the well being of any animal is decided by many alternate factors
, along with the discretion of the humans involved. In this case, another factor needs to be considered-the overall happiness of the subject. Chumley makes it obvious that he values his time with Durrel and sees him as an equal "with some trepidation I [Durrel] watched as he [Chumley] carefully put
one of my fingers between his great teeth and very gently bit it. Then I understood it: in the Chimpanzee world to place your finger between another ape's teeth and to do the same with his [finger],
is a greeting, a sign of trust". (Pg. 22)
Chumley seemed very contented by the lifestyle of Durrel,and even made points of adapting and learning it, for example: smoking cigarettes, drinking out of a mug, and sitting with proper stature on a chair.

In Conclusion, without compromising the emotional well-being, safety, and happiness of the primate, Durrel provides him with an environment where Chumley has the prospective expand his knowledge of human behaviour, and feasibly become familiar enough to practise them. Different creatures need different types of environments in which to strive and grow in the case of Chumley, from "The Life and Death of Cholmondeley" It is unmistakable that this ape requires one on one communication with others in order to be content.


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6 years 2 months ago #11139 by Fathima Mubeena
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Thankyou it helped me!! ;)

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6 years 2 months ago #11140 by ✦◄LikeToBeAnon►✦
Yup it finished long ago, but sorry I totally forgot about this... :pinch:

I searched for my O/L stuff but unfortunately I had given everything to somebody...

These are the books I highly recommend if you want an A pass for English Literature!!! :P
I don't know whether it is not too late to buy... if your O/Ls are in this December...
But If you read all these books, and I'm pretty sure it will definitely improve your essay writing! :) Worth buying! ;) It has all summaries, literary techniques-everything you need!

They are four book series:-

A Guide To Prescribed Poetry By Sarath De Silva
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A Guide To Prescribed Drama By Sarath De Silva
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A Guide to Prescribed Fiction by Sarath De Silva
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A Guide to Prescribed Prose by Sarath De Silva

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6 years 1 month ago #11197 by Fathima Mubeena
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Thankyou :)

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