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Ondaatje’s work in “The English Patient is so beautiful and absolute that every sentence in his book has a sense of power in its meaning. His novel gives us mysterious and memorable tales of his characters’ lives. Instead of presenting the story in present tense, he informs the reader that the novel is nothing but a narrative. His narrative structure involves in moving through present, past and future events during the whole novel. He makes people feel as if the story is actually happening as they read along. The beauty of Ondaatje’s writing and his imagination is what attracts people to read his novels.


This is my other paragraph and i had trouble with this. I can't seem to put what i want to say in sentences that make sense. so please help me.

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