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The Raging Calm

The novel, The Raging Silent, written by Sherryl Jordan, portrays the lack of knowledge, suspicion, and prejudice that folks feels to other a poor00 done nothing at all wrong apart from committing an unforgivable crime of being diverse from the rest of the world. Upon coming in Torcurra, the protagonist, Marnie, discovers herself an outsider with this remote bch village. By itself in this place filled with unwelcoming villagers, Marnie befriends with two others, a local priest and a madman called Raven. Just like Marnie, Raven is also shunned from this small town. When people start to see the growing romance between him and Marnie, false claims are immediately made info, which add even more pain and struggling to their isolation in this society. This history deals with the victimization of those who are different from others because of the superstitious beliefs of the villagers and their fear for the newest and unfamiliar. After her forced marital life with Isake Isherwood, Marnie and her husband arrive in Torcurra since foreigners, and she quickly becomes a social outcast. Gossips and mutters fall after this couple when the villagers learn that they can occupy this and remote cottage accustomed to be the home of the witch who was burned during a witch trial. When Marnie would go to the town market onto her second time in Torccura, "[the market] was populated and loud, but the voices dropped as [Marnie] contacted. She believed curious destin, and noticed whispered feedback. It took most her is not going to to run" (47). Marnie also noticed someone murmured " They have to be sore in need of 1 life, to occupy that house" (47). The citizens, filled with superstitions, could not agree to the fact that Marnie and Isake stay in a house that is evil and cursed and when occupied with a witch. Currently unhappy with her matrimony, she sensed even more uninspiring and despondent with the hostile attitude from the villagers. The village clergyman, Father Brannan, who is the sole welcoming person, remarks to Marnie that " The majority of...