1. John Cuthand’s short story, “Naska” is rich in personification. Discuss Cuthand’s portrayal of Nature and his treatment of Kinship. You are required to consider as evidence the passage below:“My riddles are written in your colours and patterns, in the coiled shell of the water snail. . . . Death is always close at hand, but you, my defiant one, will live to hunt again.”
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