読者です 読者をやめる 読者になる 読者になる

Gerstein,Mordicai.<em>The man who walked between the towers</em>.Roaring Brook Press

本の感想 洋書(foreign books)の感想

I read a blog's entry and got interested in this picture book.

'Now the towers are gone.'

The blog's author was asked by his son why the towers were lost. As far as I'm concerned, how will I answer the question?

Walking between the towers on rope looks absurd. But it would be meaningful to the performer. What matters to him might not matter to me. The point is whether you can admit the values of others.

Suppose the two towers and the walking on rope performance symbolize things like above, the lost of towers would mean lost of such kind of things. Then I will answer the question. "Because something good such as human's will, freedom,tolerance toward the others, and so on are broken."