Ray Bradbury’s moral of Dandelion Wine was that life doesn’t always go the way you want it to. He also taught us that life will have its ups and downs, but you still have to have hope or you will break. Dandelion Wine will make the readers smile, but it will also make the readers on edge, and frown, so it has various emotions. Dandelion Wine did not have much of a plot, but somehow Ray Bradbury made it complete. In addition, the climax came very late in the story. Although, this story has its flaws, overall it is a great novel to read.
3. However, as excess of everything is bad, similarly, a lot of money causes many problems.
Here i explained like egoistic and money minded mind alleviates relationship with neighbors and friends who can help at the time of uncontingency.
4. Also, Rich people try to evade taxes. They suppress their facts and conceal their incomes from governments and hence they become defaulters in the eyes of governments. This affects personal and professional ties which can affect business or ruin their life.
5. Taking all the things into consideration, money is essential ingredient for happiness but it brings a lot of problems like xxxxxx.
The AUTOBIOGRAPHIC NOVEL differs from the thematic memoir in the degree to which it fictionalizes the author’s experiences. Pat Conroy wrote two autobiographic novels, The Great Santini and The Prince of Tides , about a boy’s childhood dominated by a father who, like his own, was overbearing and abusive. In both books names and identifying details are fictionalized, but the characters have the problems of Conroy’s actual family members. In The Great Santini the father is a Marine lieutenant, in The Prince of Tides he is a shrimper, but in both novels he instills the same fear in his sons.