Wednesday, 30 September 2020

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At 22 October 2020 at 12:49 , Blogger Rylie Harris said...

Hi Siddharth! I just read the first part of your story, and so far, I am really enjoying it! I liked how you used a version of The Ramayana that you had heard from your grandmother! That certainly adds a personal aspect that makes it unique, and I'm sure it is easy to think of twists to add since you are already very familiar with the story! One thing that I found was that your page was a bit hard to navigate. I wasn't really sure how to get from the first story back to the Comment Wall link after clicking the home page button, but maybe I just missed something! I would maybe add some dialogue as well in the future, if there were anywhere in the story you could put some in. Otherwise, I really loved everything else, you did a great job of storytelling and setting up the scene!

 
At 26 October 2020 at 06:48 , Blogger Manny said...

Hi Sid,
I am very glad to learn more about Hanuman as he is one of my favorite characters we have been introduced to so far. I felt like it would have been nice to learn more about him and you certainly delivered on that, so thank you! Also, it is nice to hear that you were able to use a story that your grandma told you from childhood in this story. I like how Hanuman is just and innocent child that unfortunately passed because he wanted candy. However, I find it very interesting that Vayu basically threatened to kill the Earth so that his son could be reborn. I also find it amusing that he lost his powers because he was a little rascal as a kid growing up, but was later able to use his powers for good. Another thing I like is how the ending is informative in that he actually jumped, not flew, in order to help Sita, and that people still use his name for strength.

 

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