Blossoms of the Savannah
Relevance of the Title "Blossoms of the Savannah" 12th Grade
The title of a novel summarizes the entire novel. The title should be in line with the content explored from the introduction to the conclusion of the novel. Relevant titles captivate the readers. An irrelevant title will hinder the reader in understanding a novel. The relevance of the title, Blossoms of the Savannah, commences with the cover page which illustrates the savannah. The sunset and the flowers on the lower part of the page present a savannah. The title, Blossoms of the Savannah, is relevant to the events in the plot, and the title summarizes the key themes.
Literally, “Blossoms of the Savannah” refer to the flowers growing on the Savannah. Kulet writes, "there was an occasional stand of trees and scattered species of cactus such as irankaun and isuguro. Save for the scanty vegetation, Resian saw a lonely and nearly desolate land "(213). This passage offers a perfect description of the Savannah. The setting has cacti plants. Not all plants can survive in a dry savannah; hardy species such as cactus survive in deserts despite the lack of water. The vegetation in the savannah is scanty; not all flower species blossom to maturity. Furthermore, some shrubs in the savannah are stunted. The stunted growth depicts the...
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