The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 9
As one of the prominent writers in Vietnamese literature through the genre of short stories, Nguyen Trung Thanh has brought readers the most majestic and majestic images of both the landscape and the people of the Central Highlands through his work. Forest Products. The work has successfully built the image of the rafters “always towards the light” like the person of Tnú. Tnú is considered a typical son of the people of the Central Highlands who were always resilient in the resistance war against the French.
During the period when the country experienced fierce wars, there were many heroes, soldiers and cadres who did not hesitate to sacrifice themselves for the cause of the country. People all over the country share the same fighting atmosphere, from the lovely “Viet Bac” land, to the vast Central Highlands, people on the S-shaped strip of land always have a high fighting spirit, holding their own. weapons stand against the enemies of the nation.
The character Tnú is one of the central characters of the story, next to Old Me, Mai, Dit to little Hen. Tu grew up with the villagers of Soman. The villagers have nurtured, protected and fueled the fighting spirit in Tnú’s mind. “He is his own Sa Tra, his parents died early, this Soman village raised him”. Although he lost his parents at a young age, his life is still devoted to the love of the whole village.
He grew up in suffocating forests, in the sound of pestles pounding rice of girls and old men. Being imbued with the Party’s ideology, growing up, Tnú was always aware of the path of the Revolution. From an early age, Tnú soon proved to be a brave child soldier. Tnú and Mai volunteered to the forest to protect Mr. Quyet – a key cadre of the state.
Although small, the subconscious mind is not afraid of the enemy. There was a time when he was crossing a waterfall, about to go ashore, when the black muzzle of a gun was pointed at the back of his neck, but he decided to keep the secret of the letter that Quyet had given him. Once he was captured by the enemy, brutally tortured by the enemy to ask “Where is the Communists”. Tnú was determined, blatantly answering that “Communism is here”. Without the slightest wavering or fear, he replied stubbornly with the proudest thought of being in the ranks of the revolutionaries.
Tnú was also a very studious person, in order to show his determination to learn words, Tnú decisively hit his head with a rock, blood flowing when he lost to Mai in his studies. How precious it is when our country has children like Tnú, who always strive to cultivate understanding and serve the path of national liberation.
These characteristics have contributed to creating a hero Tnú. Tu grew up as strong as a pine tree. Carrying in him a tough and resilient spirit like a snake tree, even though he had suffered many whips and slashes across his body, he was determined not to back down.
Behind him there is also a warm family, when he grew up and married Mai – a childhood friend. But sadly, those brutal enemies robbed Tnú of happiness when they killed his wife and children. This pain knows how to tell. “I have cut dozens of figs without realizing it. .. my stomach is on fire”.
His own pain, but also the common pain of so many people, when the country was in chaos and war, the separation and mourning increased. Tun could not save his wife, having to witness the death of his wife and children right in front of his eyes deepened that pain. The image of ten fingers burned by the resin of the forest was like ten bright torches, but he still did not back down. That is the will power of a revolutionary soldier that has been forged by the Party.
Not immersed in the pain of loss, that pain became the driving force to boost his spirit of hatred for the enemy. Captured by the enemy after Mai died, Tnú became even more worried when no one continued to lead the villagers when the Party ordered them. He rose to fight, when his hand only had two knuckles left, he was still ready to hold a spear and a gun to fight. It is better to die than to surrender, his hands are still fighting, squeezing the throats of all the Ducs who are more cruel than animals. He became a fulcrum for the entire Soman village, never giving up under any circuTaxances.
From the time he was a teenager to adulthood, the fire of revolution never went out in him. His hands have taken care of and told you so many generations of children. Those hands patiently held chalk to learn the word, held a stone to the head for blaming themselves for being incompetent, only strutting on their stomach to declare “Communism is here”. Those hands, even though they lost ten fingers, still refused to give up, when the blood was overflowing, salty at the tip of the tongue because of the pain, but his hand still fought, still firmly on the way to chase the enemy.
The character Tnú under Nguyen Van Trung’s penchant for writing has become a monument in the history of literature and the hearts of readers. He is the most beautiful crystallization of the heroic and magnanimous beauty of the people of the Central Highlands. The spirit of “forgetting oneself for the country, it is better to die than to submit” has always lived in the spirit of the soldiers. That spiritual tradition will forever be a precious beauty worth promoting in generations to come.
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 2
Each writer usually has a separate land, with Nguyen Trung Thanh it is the Central Highlands. He has written many works on this topic, especially the images of resilient and indomitable people in the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands.
One of the most prominent works in Nguyen Trung Thanh’s composition is the short story “Forest of Sorrows”, the work is the story of the villagers of Xo Man during the resistance war against the US. Among the proud and indomitable people of Xo Man village, the image of Tnú stands out. The story of his life has been reproduced specifically through the words of the village elder by the fire of the eagle’s house.
Looking back at Tnú’s life journey, we can easily see the image of a Tnú before and after standing up to hold a weapon. Before taking up arms, from an early age Tnú was a brave boy, bravely displaying a bold and strong personality. Substitute for the elderly to act as liaisons, nurture cadres, quickly navigate the forest to deliver mail, bravely cross flood streams. He was wise to know that American puppets rarely ambushed in fast-moving water.
Readers feel something lovely about Tnú’s uncompromising interest in literacy. This boy dared to hit his head with a rock when he learned a word that was not as bright as Mai. And especially the bravery of Tnú when being captured by the enemy, this young boy pointed to his belly and said: “Communism is here”. Despite the knife slashes on the small back, Tnú still did not declare, still brave and resilient. Before the brutal tortures of the enemy, Tnú was lucky to learn the word and be enlightened to the revolution at a very early age.
When he returned from Kon Tum prison, Tnú was a strong, knowledgeable guy who had been forged through many challenges. Now Tnú is like a mature, muscular, full of vitality and light-loving tree. According to Mr. Quyet’s teachings, Tnu replaced him as an cadre and once again he went 3 days on the way to Ngoc Linh mountain, but not to use stones to make chalk, but to sharpen spears to prepare for the uprising. .
Not only clearly seeing the way to go, Tnú also has a happy life with Mai’s love, with a new born child. But that happy time was short, the enemy had pulled back with guns, the village had not yet picked up weapons. Tnú and the youth in the village had to hide in the forest and then Tnú came out alone to protect Mai and her mother from the enemy’s whip, but both could not live.
The scene of the painful death that night kept coming back in the village elder’s account and his painful recollections. Not only could not save his wife and children, Tnú was also burned by the enemy with ten fingers “Each finger has only two joints…. cannot grow back.” This pain is an eloquent proof of the simple and profound saying of Mrs. Met: “They have guns, we have to hold spears”.
Especially the image of Tnú after holding a weapon to fight is so beautiful and big. The image of Tnu appears as the heroes of any period in the khans, in the Central Highlands epics. When burning Tnú’s hands, the enemy wanted to extinguish the will to resist, to destroy the fighting desire of the people of Soman. They want the people here to live forever in lowly slavery under their brutal swords and guns.
But Tnú and the people of Xo Man village were not willing to submit, but on the contrary, they strongly protested. They knew how to overcome their pain to rise up and take up arms to liberate themselves. The fire burned the ten fingertips of Tnu, the fire burned on the ten fingertips impregnated with sap nu. But Tnú did not feel pain, he only saw the fire burning in his heart – the fire of battle that will burn the enemy. And a scream of hatred and resentment echoed throughout the mountains and forests of Soman, which seemed to arouse a high degree of hatred against the enemy of the whole village.
The corpses of ten dead enemies were lying on the ground. That night the fire burned in the falcon’s fireplace. Writer Nguyen Trung Thanh described that night of rebellion as heroic and vibrant: “The sound of gongs emerged, standing on the hill near the big water all night, listening to the whole Soman forest vibrate and fire burning throughout the forest. . That night of uprising was not only for the villagers of Soman but for the extraordinary growth of the whole community and nation. It seems that on that night, we are reliving the sacred and heroic atmosphere of the epics of the Central Highlands.”
An indispensable thing when referring to Tnú’s life is the image of his two hands. Tnú’s burned hands ignited the flames of deep hatred for the enemy in the village of Soman, and it also illuminated his life. On behalf of the people of the village of Soman, he went along with the resistance to find other Ducs.
Because it is no coincidence that the author lets Tnú tell his villagers his confrontation with the enemy later: “I said: hey I have a gun, I have a dagger, but I did not kill you with a gun. , I’m not stabbing you with a knife, you hear me Duc. I’ll kill you with these ten amputated fingers, I’ll strangle you.” The writer has deliberately highlighted the image of Tnú hands – hands with a history and a destiny.
At a young age, those hands patiently learned every word of Mr. Quyet, diligently working in the fields. The hands that dared to hit their head with a stone because they were studying, were not as bright as Mai. And those hands dared to point at their stomach and tell the enemy “Communist here” to affirm their loyalty to the revolution. Growing up, emotional hands grasped the hand of the girl he loved and those same hands tore the blanket for the baby.
The fire burned ten fingertips and then only two would never grow back… so Tnú wanted to use those hands to kill the enemy. How much resentment and hatred has been poured into the other hand, it has become a symbol of the indomitable will and the intense vitality of Tnú and the people of Soman village.
Cruel enemies can burn their hands, but cannot destroy the extraordinary power, hidden in them. It is the will to fight and the desire to win. It is a brave and resilient people like the forests of thousands of trees, no trees are injured, but still green and immense, stretching far to the horizon.
Successfully building the character Tnú, the writer has portrayed a typical image of a person with blood proteins, the character of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands. And through the image of Tnú, Nguyen Trung Thanh also evokes the fate and quality of the whole community in the fight to protect the beloved village. It is a feeling of deep attachment to the motherland, to the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands, a deep hatred of the enemy, one heart and one mind, following the revolution, unafraid of difficulties, hardships, sacrifices, and great faith. to the victory of the revolution.
It can be said that through this excellent short story by Nguyen Trung Thanh, readers understand and appreciate the people of the Central Highlands with so many beautiful and noble qualities.
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 6
Nguyen Trung Thanh is a writer who grew up in two resistance wars against the French and against the US. He is a writer who is credited with bringing the unspoiled Central Highlands to modern Vietnamese literature. The short story “The Forest of Sorrows” is his typical work. The work has successfully built the image of the character Tnú, the son who crystallizes all the beauty of the people of the Central Highlands on the background of the heroic people’s collective and the majestic image of the snake forest during the tough days of the war against the US. , fierce.
The Forest of Serpents (1965) was first published in the Art Magazine of the Liberation Army of the Central Region (No. 2- 1965), and then printed in the volume On the homeland of Dien Ngoc heroes. After the Dien Bien Phu victory, the Geneva Agreement was signed, the country divided into two regions. The enemy destroyed the agreement, terrorized, massacred, dragged guillotine all over the South. The revolution fell into a dark age.
In early 1965, the United States poured troops massively into the South and carried out a fierce raid to the North. The forest of soap nuns was written at the right time when our whole country was in the air to fight the US. The work was completed in the base area of the Central Central battlefield.
Through the story of heroic people in a remote village, next to the endless green and endless savanna forests, the author poses a problem of great significance of the nation and the times: In order for the life of the country and the people to last forever, there is no other way than to stand up together, take up arms and stand against the cruel enemy.
Tnú is the central character of the work. The story of his life is an epic story told by Mat. Tnú’s life is associated with the life of Xo Man village. Epic undertones dominate the author while building this character. The author comes from community issues to reflect Tnú’s private life. Tnú is built as an ideal character. The writer took the prototype from Mr. De, from the Xodan ethnic group, in the Central Highlands. In 1959, Mr. De and ten boys in the village killed an entire squad of Diem soldiers and started an armed battle.
Tu is the son of the villagers of Xo Man. The villagers of Xo Man nurtured him, took care of him, and carried him. “He’s a Sa Tra himself, his parents died early, this Xo Man village raised him. His life is miserable, but his belly is as clean as our village’s spring water.” It was the love of the people that gave him the faith to love life, to believe in himself, to be deeply attached to his hometown village, to familiar things like the sound of rice pestle of girls and water. After three years of going to the army, visiting the village, Tnú felt a sense of recovery, touched by the familiar scenery of the homeland.
From a young age, he was a brave man who dared to provide food for cadres, to act as liaisons for cadres from the commune to the district. And from then on, Tnú revealed a superior intelligence. “It doesn’t like to wade in a quiet place, just choose a strong waterfall to swim, cross the surface of the water, ride on an ice waterfall like an orca” because according to Tnú “Through the calm water, the American – Diem always obeyed, through the strong water. it’s unexpected”.
When the enemy surrounded the roads, Tnú climbed a tall tree, looked around, then tore through the forest to move, passing through all the encirclements. Tunu listened to Mr. Quyet, trying to learn letters so that he could lead the revolution in his place in the future. Tnú’s determination to learn letters is clearly shown in the act of kicking a stone in the head, blood flowing when he loses to Mai in remembering words. From a young age, Tnú has kept in mind the saying of Old Man Met: Cadres are the Party, the Party remains, the mountains of this country remain.
Tnú is the embodiment of absolute loyalty to the revolution, to the Party, the embodiment of health with wide breasts, two strong arms like iron, the indomitable and resilient that has been tested through trials. barbarism and enemy imprisonment. Tu is as strong as a large pine tree. Tnú knows no fear, does not know how to submit, despite the brutality that appears in the gun point or the blade slashed across his back.
In a letter sent by Mr. Quyet to the district, Tnú was captured by the enemy. The muzzle of the gun pointed to the cold ear, Tnu swallowed the letter. The enemy imprisoned and tortured Tnú brutally, Tnú’s back was cut and slashed, but he decided not to say a word. He managed to escape from prison to the village and continued his career leading the villagers to prepare for battle. His strength seems to be increased by the forging of a great love for a daughter who is always gentle and forgiving, of a happy family with Mai and a small child.
But with all that, Tnú could not save Mai and her mother from being killed by the enemy. Tnú’s life is associated with pain that not only he has to bear. The pain carried on Tnú’s body is the existence of the pain of the villagers of Xo Man during the war. The home that was once the dream of so many young couples was suddenly shattered by the cruelty of the enemy. Mai and his son were killed by the enemy right in front of his eyes. Tun could not save his wife, children, more painful than he himself became a victim of the brutality that the enemy is using. Because Tnú is also empty-handed in the midst of enemies full of weapons.
The image of ten forest fingers burning with resin like ten torches not only has the meaning of denouncing the crimes of the enemy or expressing the bravery of the revolutionary soldier, but also expressing a profound and profound truth. ruthless: when a Tnú has a will but no hands, even the intimate resin of the barnacle that is fragrant and like the sun in the other homeland can become a fire that destroys the very hands that still take care of them every day. take care of, cultivate for swidden fields.
Tu could not save Mai and her mother. It is impossible to fight the enemy with bare hands and blind hatred. But Tnú did not drown in the pain of loss, he knew how to overcome that pain, turn the pain into hatred and practice the will to fight.
Captured by the enemy after Mai died, Tnú did not think about himself but only worried about who would continue to lead the villagers in the resistance when the Party issued orders. Only way to hold a weapon, then the fire of the snake will go out on Tnú’s hand. The fire of the snakes only reflected the scattered corpses of the enemy. Xo Man mountains and forests will vibrate. “They have guns, I have to hold spears…”. That is a great truth of the southern revolution: revolutionary violence must be used to combat counter-revolutionary violence.
After being liberated by Mr. Met and the youth by his own spear and grinding village, Tnú joined the regular force. And perhaps the move to force also stems from that ideal. He went to the force to realize the “holding a spear” that Mr. Met taught and also to have conditions to fight against the invading enemy. Leaving to avenge the country, wash the house. Although his hand only has two knuckles left, but being able to move means holding a gun.
He joined the army, becoming a great example to enlighten an entire generation in Xo Man village. For villagers, Tnú is a symbol of strength, faith and will. Beside Met, the spiritual father, Tnú is the embodiment of aspirations to rise. Each of his works brings awareness to all ages.
He went back to visit his hometown, his superiors gave him only one night, although he missed the village and missed his relatives, he was still happy because he had to strictly abide by the new army rules, which is Tnú. It was at the happiest times, he was about to joke but the waiting eyes of everyone stopped him. Because in him, a word, an action can leave a significant influence on the life and spirit of the people of Soman.
When building the character of Tnú, Nguyen Trung Thanh especially used his hand to describe his hands. From these hands, the reader can see not only the life but also the personalities of the characters. When he was still healthy, Tnú’s hand was a righteous and sincere hand. That is the hand holding the chalk to learn letters taught by the cadres, the hand holding a stone to the head to punish the crime of not remembering the word, the hand placed on the stomach to indicate the communists here…
However, the strongest impression about Tnú’s hands is the climax of the story, also the most tragic life of the character. The enemy wrapped a rag soaked in soapy oil on the tips of his fingers and burned them. “My ten fingers have become ten torches”, burning Tnú’s intestines and liver, he “heard fire burning in his chest, burning in his stomach. His blood was salty at the tip of his tongue”. Witnessing the scene of the enemy brutally burning Tnú’s hands, the villagers of Xo Man could not contain themselves anymore and spontaneously rose up to destroy the invaders, opening a new history of the villagers’ struggle.
Since then, Tnú’s hand has become disabled, each finger has only two joints and as a testimony of the crimes of the enemy that Tnú carries with him for life. By the end of the work, that disabled hand continued to hold a gun to kill the enemy, still able to kill the commander of the enemy station even though it was entrenched in the tunnel. Thus, it can be said that Tnú’s hand is described as stretching along the lines. throughout the story. It seems that all of Tnú’s personality traits as well as fate and feats are associated with the image of those two hands.
Like many literary characters in the anti-American era, Tnú was built with a romantic, idealistic style, which is the crystallization of the heroic beauty of the people of the Central Highlands. Through this character, Nguyen Trung Thanh wants to show a fate, especially the path of the people of the Central Highlands and the people of the South during the liberation struggle: it is necessary to use revolutionary violence to fight counter-revolutionary violence. .
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 5
The short story “Rung Sa Nu” by author Nguyen Trung Thanh is considered as an article “Hich General Si” during the war against the US to encourage and encourage the people to enter the long arduous resistance war against the US. In this short story, the writer has successfully built the character Tnú – a symbol of the strength of the people of the Central Highlands in particular and the Vietnamese people in general during the era of revolutionary struggle.
The image of Tnu and the image of the giant barn forest are the two central images throughout the length of the work. Writer Nguyen Trung Thanh did not tell about Tnú himself, but he chose very cleverly to let the village elder – Uncle Met tell about Tnú. He is the person who lived with Tnú in the days when he was young, watched every step of the way he went with him through all the joys and sorrows. Mat is a living witness of Tnú’s life. The image of the hero Tnú appearing through the resounding voice of Mr. Mat Sao is heroic and epic.
Tnú is a Strá, he was orphaned at a young age, he grew up in the loving arms of the people of the village of Soman. For him, the villagers of Soman and Mr. Met became his second family. He was always attached to the villagers and later, when growing up, the orphaned boy from the Strá, raised by the villagers, became a revolutionary soldier with a gun to protect the villagers.
Tnú is like the forest of giant snakes that always embrace the people of Soman village. Old Met once said about Tnú “His life is miserable, but his belly is as clean as the spring water of our village” which is a completely deserved compliment. Tnú as a mirror reflects the bravery, courage and unafraid of difficulties and challenges of the people of Soman in particular and the people of the Central Highlands in general.
As a child, Tnú proved to be a brave child. When seeing examples of contacts like Mr. Xut and Mrs. Nhan being beheaded by the other enemy, Tnú was still not afraid, he still bravely volunteered to be a liaison. For him, the deaths of Mr. Xut and Mrs. Nhan seemed to give him more motivation to move closer to the revolution, closer to the path with the Party and the revolution guiding the way, rather than making him tremble and falter as he did. they think.
He is like that great forest of stilts, no matter how much pain he endured, he still refused to let go of the people of Soman, “next to a tree that has just fallen, four or five saplings have grown, the top is green, pointed arrow straight into the sky”. Tnú used his intelligence to find a safe way to communicate and “passed through the enemy’s encirclement”, he “did not choose the trail, did not choose the smooth water, but chose the thorny path.
The image of the hero Tnú appeared more heroic and ingenious when captured by the enemy, Tnú was not afraid but quickly swallowed the secret letter into his stomach. Moreover, Tnú also challenged the enemy when he pointed to his stomach and said: “Communist is here”. Even when the enemy forced them to burn ten fingers, Tnú did not cry out, did not plead with them even half a word.
All of that pain only made the hatred in him grow bigger and bigger, it didn’t discourage him, but it was like a fire that ignited the fire of the righteous spirit in him. It is often said that youth is often associated with impatience, but in the young hero Tnu, the reader does not see the slightest bit of impatience, but instead is a brave fighting spirit, a man who brave and ingenious contact warrior.
Surely readers will never forget the image of Tnu hitting his head with a stone to be able to remember the word. The boy thought he could stuff those squiggly words into his mind by being violent. But when Quyet explained and encouraged, Tnú understood and studied harder. Tnú’s spirit of learning and trying to surpass herself is not available to everyone and that makes people trust and love this person even more.
What motivation has helped Tnú to be so brave? Because life has taught him, has instilled in him the qualities of a soldier from an early age. From a young age, he was orphaned parents but was raised by the villagers, so for him, the villagers are life as the blood flowing in him. He grew up in the arms of the villagers, with the villagers protecting the cadres. He lived with cadres, raised and protected cadres with the villagers, so he understood what it was like to make a revolution, and since then his patriotism for enemies has grown day by day.
That boy has grown up in the arms of honest people, in the arms of brave soldiers for the sake of the country, there is no reason why he can’t become a son of the revolution, following the path that The Party and the revolution have shown the way. Since he was a child, he was captured by the enemy and was tortured: “his back was covered with slashes” but Tnú never confessed a word.
When he rushed out to save Mai’s mother and daughter, Tnú was caught by the enemy to burn ten fingers and witnessed with his own eyes the enemy’s torture and death of his beloved wife and dearly loved child but did not make him submit. At that time, everyone understood how great the pain in Tnu’s heart was, his heart was broken by his only relatives, the strongest support of that soldier was tortured to death right in front of his eyes. you can’t do anything.
He has “cut off dozens of lychees without realizing it” and the pain has turned “his eyes are now two big fireballs”. They thought that hitting such a fatal psychological blow to Tnú he would not be able to stand up, but they did not expect that the pain that cannot be described in words seemed to give the motivation to that son of Soman village to have more will and motivation. force to join the army, to take up arms to kill enemies, to repay the country’s debts, to avenge the home, to protect the villagers and the homeland.
Not only has love for her small family, Tnú also has a great love for her homeland and the village. On the way back to the village, he passed a cluster of trees, grass or springs, all his memories rushed back. It seems that everything here still belongs to him as before. When he joined the forces of the revolution, Tnú was a person who always respected the established discipline.
Although he misses his homeland very much, he misses the villagers, but Tnú only returns to visit his homeland when he has a permit. In the paper, it says how many days, he only returns for the exact number of days recorded. With Tnú respecting discipline, respecting superiors is respecting yourself. All his private feelings were repressed in his heart and not allowed to influence his work, affecting the faith that the revolution and the cadres had in him.
With vivid words, author Nguyen Trung Thanh has created an image of a brave and resilient soldier. That soldier was raised and raised in the cradle of revolution. It was the soldier named Tnú who left in the hearts of readers the admiration of the fighting spirit and the love of the homeland.
He was like those indomitable rafters, protecting the villagers with his body, giving his blood and bones to the revolution and devoting his whole life to the glorious cause.
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 7
The forest is a typical work of writer Nguyen Trung Thanh, writing about the heroic, indomitable and resilient Central Highlands people and nature. Those are generations of revolutionaries full of bravery and patriotism, representing the spirit of fighting against foreign invaders, following the nation’s revolutionary ideals and light. Tnú is a prominent character in the story appearing with the beauty representing the epic hero of the era, crystallizing all the good qualities of the people of the Central Highlands.
Tnú’s life from a young age suffered many misfortunes, soon orphaned parents, he grew up in the love, protection and care of the villagers of Soman. From a young age, Tnú showed his heroic and courageous qualities. Having been taught about cadres, the Party, early enlightenment about the revolution, always had absolute confidence in revolutionary ideals.
He is a very good communicator, daring, not afraid of danger, always trying to complete the task. Tun learned words less than Mai, but not because of that, he was discouraged, when he heard Quyet’s advice, he hit himself on the head with a rock to remind himself to try to study. Not only that, but Tnú was also very smart and quick-witted, when in one time the enemy caught him and swallowed the leaves of the revolution in his stomach, hiding the secret of the revolution.
Experiencing so much pain when being brutally tortured, he still did not forget to ensure the secret of his mission, even challenging the enemy when he pointed his finger at his stomach and said: “The Communists are here!”. Thanks to his talent and quick wits, Tnú helped many cadres to escape the encirclement of the enemy. “In five years, no cadres have been captured or killed in the forest by the enemy”. Tnú carries within him the necessary qualities of a revolutionary soldier: courage, perseverance, carefulness and patriotism.
After returning from prison, Tnú became more and more mature. When Quyet died, Tnú accepted the task of replacing him, standing up to lead the village’s war. He paired up with Mai – his childhood best friend and had a child that proves his beautiful love. Thinking that they would be happy with their small family, the enemy troops flooded the village, suppressing the liberation movement.
His wife and children were captured by the enemy to lure Tnú out, witnessed the brutal beating of his wife and children, could not stand it, rushed in to save his wife and children, but could not. The cruel invaders have mercilessly destroyed the peaceful happiness of a small family. Once again, pain surrounded Tnú, they burned ten of his fingers with the resin of the snake.
But he did not have any fear in his eyes, because his wife and children are gone, the family is no longer there, there is no meaning, in Tnú now is full of hatred, “I broke the line. dozens of figs without knowing… his eyes are now a big fire.” His eyes turned to Duc, who had directly killed the person he loved the most, hatred spread in him.
From the infinite pain, the more Tnú hated the enemy, that hatred turned into action, once again stood up, joined the liberation army to avenge a great revenge on the family for the Soman villagers. Overcoming the pain of fate, of life, the strength that helped Tnú kill people like Duc still existed.
Having achieved many glorious feats, Tnú asked for a one-night leave to return to his hometown because of his intense nostalgia for his homeland, he strictly complied with the regulations of his superiors, was really an exemplary cadre, brought a shining example. for the Dit, the Heng, … is the pride of his father’s generation and the village of the Central Highlands. Tnú’s hands testify to the pain and crime of war. Those hands are also eloquent witnesses to the people’s victory, the hands holding spears and spears fighting with the enemy’s guns to regain freedom for the nation, loving and warm hands. humanity.
Tnú is a person with a miserable fate, but above all is a vast and shining personality. He is an extremely representative representative of the heroes, for the beauty of the people of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands. It can be said that with the talent in pen, subtlety in feeling, especially skillful use of unique artistic methods, author Nguyen Trung Thanh has built a very unique character image. .
After reading the work, I admire the soldiers who sacrificed their blood and blood, sacrificed their best happiness to protect the nation, and cherished the peace today even more. Tnú’s example as well as that of thousands of brave heroes and martyrs inspired me to study, strive to become a good citizen for society, and strive to join the ranks of the beloved Communist Party of Vietnam.
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 10
Nguyen Trung Thanh’s “Forest of Sorrows” is an epic about the heroic struggle of the Central Highlands people during the resistance war against the US. The work has shown the maturity of a young and clever revolutionary generation. Resilient, each character has a unique beauty that represents the core and soul of the heroic Central Highlands. The most prominent character is Tnú, the central character of the work.
From a young age, Tnú was a smart, agile, brave boy. Orphaned at a young age, Tnú was cared for and raised by the villagers of Xo Man. Tnú witnessed many painful scenes of Xo Man villagers: “The enemy hanged Mr. Sut from the village head fig tree, they killed Ms. Nhan, cut off her head, tied her hair and hung her gun” just because they dared to keep revolutionary cadres hidden. . Tu came to the revolution as a natural way of life.
At the age of 10, Tnú replaced an adult in the forest to supply officials. Tnú remembers the words of Mr. Met: “The cadres are the Party, the Party and the mountains of this country are still alive”. When communicating, Tnú did not go on the trail, “just tearing the forest and passing through all the enemy ambushes. When crossing the river, Tnú doesn’t like to go through the calm water, just choose a strong waterfall and swim across, riding on the ice waterfall like a orcas. In one contact, unfortunately, Tnú was imprisoned by the enemy for 3 years, brutally tortured, but still resolutely refused to say a word.
When he escaped from prison and returned to the villagers, Tnú became a revolutionary cadre, mature in every way. He became the leader of the Soviet villagers. Together with the villagers of Tnú prepare spears for the coming battle. Tnú also met Mai – his old girlfriend who went to contact and provide supplies for the cadres who became his life partner.
Tnú had to endure and overcome a great emotional tragedy. The invaders went to the village of Soman to hunt for Tnú but could not. They took Mai and her one-month-old baby to torture. The invaders used an iron rod to torture Mai and her daughter: “where your eyes are now two big fireballs”.
Tnú couldn’t contain his heart, he jumped up to the enemy with a fierce scream. But Tnú could not save Mai and his mother, unable to protect his love and blood because he only had two empty hands. Both his wife and children were killed by the enemy, Tnú had to endure great pain of loss.
Tnú had to endure and overcome the brutal torture of the enemy. The enemy wrapped rags soaked with soap nu oil and burned 10 fingers of Tnú to extinguish the “dream of holding a spear” of the villagers of Soman. In this fierce confrontation, Tnú’s tenacity shines brighter than ever. “Your ten fingers burn like ten torches. Fire burns in the chest. Salty blood at the tip of the tongue. Your teeth have bitten your lips.”
But Tnú still didn’t say “Communists don’t cry”. Tzu opened her eyes and looked at the enemy glaring with hatred. The image of 10 fingers of Tnu forest burning like 10 torches has become a symbol of the pain and indomitable spirit of the people and the heroic Central Highlands. Ten torches from Tnú’s hands ignited the flames of the soviet revolt of the villagers.
Tnú shouted a scream, only a squeal, but it resounded into many screams that shook the whole mountain and forest. The whole village of Soman stood up. “The whole Soman forest trembled and the fire burned all over the forest.” Pain and hatred have transformed into unyielding strength as an inevitable rule “they have guns, they have to hold spears”. Tnú became a soldier of the revolutionary armed forces of the South.
The fire of the snakes was extinguished on 10 fingertips of Tnu. His hand had only two knuckles left on each finger as a hateful relic that he carried with him for the rest of his life. But “with two fingers left, I can still shoot a gun”. Tún walking force team to participate in combat. It was the hand with the “two-toned” fingers that later strangled Duc (the evil guy who killed Mai and his mother).
In the light shining on Duc’s face, Tnú showed him the punishing hand. For him now, “everyone is a Duc” because his own feud has merged into the common feud of the Central Highlands and the country. It is also the cognitive maturity that Tnú has drawn from the pain of his family and homeland in this fierce war.
Tnú is also a very disciplined and loving person. In the three years he was in the armed forces, far from the village of Xo Man, the nostalgia for his homeland gnawed at his heart. But Tnú must be allowed by his superiors to visit the village and only return for one night. People who are steadfast, courageous, fearless, and yield to brutality are also very emotional people.
Stepping back to the beginning of the village, he was deeply moved by “keep tripping over the tree stumps”. Happy bathing in the cool water of the stream. When he arrived at Ung’s house, his heart seemed to be filled with familiar calls with familiar, rustic names that had stuck with him like his own flesh and blood. Tnú is the beloved child of all Xo Man villagers.
The story of Mr. Tnú and his growth represents the good qualities and revolutionary growth path of all ethnic groups in the Central Highlands during the period of resistance against the US. Tnú carries in her the blood of Dam hunting, Sinh Nha … the blood of mythical heroes of the Central Highlands. He also carries the power of the mighty snake forest even in pain, undying even in destruction. Tnú appears in the work as a heroic character with epic epic character.
Through this character, the author wanted to show the beauty of a young, resilient and indomitable revolutionary generation. Also through this character’s life, the author wants to engrave into the heart of life after a truth “They hold guns, we must hold spears”. That is the truth we have chosen for the revolutionary path to final victory.
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 4
The forest of snakes by author Nguyen Trung Thanh is considered by many to be a tragic and heroic epic of the nation. During the resistance war against the Americans of Xo Man village, Tnú, the main character, left many impressions on readers about the heroic and indomitable Central Highlands people.
Tnú had an unhappy childhood when he was orphaned at birth, he was raised by the villagers. Since he was a little boy, Tnú was taught by Old Met: “A cadre is the Party. The party still has this young country.” The boy always understood the ideal of living in a village and believed in following the Revolution.
Despite his young age, Tnú was not inferior to other soldiers, very brave and full of courage. Despite being surrounded by enemies, Tnú and Mai nurtured and protected Mr. Quyet (Party cadre). Tnú once crossed the waterfall, was surrounded by the enemy, quickly swallowed Quyet’s letter into his stomach. Although the enemy tortured his body to scratch and injure his body, he was determined not to say a word about the revolution, contributing to keeping the war a secret.
Tnú did an excellent job of keeping party cadres safe. Not only brave and courageous, he also has the will and effort in learning. When learning to lose to Mai, Tnú punished himself by suddenly “holding a stone and hitting himself in the head with blood flowing”. Tnu exudes the bravery and courage of a revolutionary soldier. Experiencing a journey from small to large, training with an iron will, Tnú became a loyal soldier to the revolution.
Returning to the village after a long time, Tnú led the villagers of Soman against the wicked, Mai has now become Tnú’s wife, the two have a child together. But once again the enemy stole his home, they killed Tnú’s wife and children. Tnú became helpless in the face of the tragic death of his wife and children, not only that, but he was captured and thrashed around like a wounded wild animal. The enemy used a rag soaked in rag to burn Tnú’s ten fingertips, ten of them were burned, but Tnú never complained.
In the face of the barbarism and cruelty of the enemy, the flame of the Soman villagers’ struggle burned. The Soviets rose up and killed the enemy simultaneously. Hatred turned Tnu’s hand into a torch that ignited the rebellion of the villagers of Soman. Tu squeezed the throat of the enemy to avenge his wife and children and those who were killed by them.
Tnú overcame all personal pain, joined the liberation force to wipe out the enemy from his homeland, bringing independence and freedom to the village. Tnú represents the will to fight and aspiration for freedom for the Central Highlands itself.
Tnú’s life, as well as the destiny of the Vietnamese people, experienced all the pain from the enemy, but remained indomitable and resilient to reach the shore of freedom and happiness. Nguyen Trung Thanh’s work “Sna nu forest” praises the land and people of the Central Highlands in the fight to protect the homeland and the country, which is also the epitome of Vietnam during the anti-war resistance war. American invasion.
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 3
Nguyen Trung Thanh’s real name is Nguyen Van Bau, born in 1932, from Quang Nam, Da Nang. It can be said: The majestic Central Highlands with long-standing cultural practices and indomitable struggle traditions has become a source of abundant inspiration for the writer.
Xa Nu Forest is one of the typical works, an epic epic and romantic inspiration about the struggle of the people of the Central Highlands, of the Vietnamese people in the holy war against the enemy. American empire. The most typical character in the work is Tnú.
With the pen depicting the ingenious character and the dominant epic tendency, the character Tnú appears with a new and heroic perspective of the times. This is a heroic character, the glorious son of Xo Man village, which was portrayed by Nguyen Trung Thanh with unique lines. The epic nature is most evident in the fact that life seems to have its own destiny, but in fact Tnú represents the fate and the way up of the nation.
Tnú’s life lived and died with the community, attached to the most meaningful events of the community. He is one of the many other trees that are under the enemy’s cannon. Although under the brutal wars of cannons and bombs of the American enemy, the stilt trees were sawed across their trunks, but under them the saplings began to grow sharp again. No tree was not injured, so the fate of the barnacle tree – Tnú also suffered injuries caused by the enemy.
How many people in Xo Man Village have become victims of enemy crimes “Ba Nhan was beheaded, Mr. Xut was shot dead, Little Dit became a target for the enemies to shoot and laugh at… More bitter, when he had to see with his own eyes, he had to witness the enemy using iron rods to beat his wife and children to death, and when he himself rushed to save his wife and children, the enemy also poured fire on his ten fingers … painful to see the sight of people looking at people. himself suffered the enemy’s own whip, and then Tnú also set out to join forces as well as his Xo Man community to take up arms and build a fighting village.
The character Tnú has typical personality traits. First of all, he is a brave young man, brave, resilient and highly disciplined. From a young age, he went to the forest to raise cadres, even though he knew that Mrs. Nhan and Mr. Xut had been arrested and murdered as a warning. Tnú went to contact “usually tearing the forest to go, choosing a strong waterfall to overcome”, learning letters slowly lost to Mai, Tnú took “hit the head with a stone and bled blood”.
Being arrested by the enemy for interrogation, he decided not to confess, he pointed to his stomach – said “Communism is here”. The most terrible thing was when the enemy burned ten fingers, I still gritted my teeth and didn’t cry. And the act of rushing to save his wife and children with empty hands partly shows his courage despite Tnú’s death, he can do everything despite sacrifices and death waiting for him.
The story of Tnú was told by Mr. Met one night on the occasion of the event that he remembered the village asking his unit to take leave for a day, tomorrow morning Tnú was on the road, this proves that he obeyed the unit’s discipline very well, respecting the unit. respect the discipline of the village. The second personality of Tnú is a person with a strong will to overcome personal tragedy to live a beautiful life. Tun from a young age raised cadres, escaped from prison, and returned with his community to sharpen spears to prepare for a fiercer battle in the future.
There is nothing more painful than having a gentle wife with a plump child, but Tnú witnessed barbaric beatings and the death of his wife and children. Not only that, Tnú was also a victim of barbarians. The third personality trait of Tnú is that he is a man of great affection, attached to the revolution, devoted to Mr. Quyet, and listened to Mr. Quyet’s words. Studying to become a cadre.
An orphaned mother lost his wife and children, so the village and community are everything now. The villagers are the ones who take care of him, so when he grows up, he can do everything to save his villagers. Having taken a day off, as soon as he arrived at the beginning of the village, he felt everything familiar. He is a man rich in affection, respects gratitude, and is attached to the revolution and his homeland. It was his gritty nature that made his fighting spirit more courageous and resilient like the image of the rafters.
Whenever we talk about Tnú, people often think of a meaningful artistic detail that is Tnú’s hand – the hand that used to hold a stone to hit his head, the hand that led Mai to work in the fields, the hand that pointed to his stomach saying, it was a communist, the hand after escaping from prison trembled and grabbed Mai’s hand at the head of the village’s great water, the hand sharpened the ax, axe, spear… and then the same hand cut the figs.
Another image is his two broad wings like two strong iron wings that hugged Mai and his mother for the last time, and then the ten tips of Tnú’s fingers were on fire. Experiencing so many fierce battles and witnessing many death scenes, that hand participated in the battle to kill the commanders of the enemy station, that hand held a flashlight to clearly illuminate the enemy’s face.
The work “Forest of snakes” by author Nguyen Trung Thanh is full of epic sound, it has created a heroic historical character. The tragic life of Tnú is the life of the Vietnamese people. Along with him are the original characters like Madam or successive generations like Dit. That story and indomitable spirit are still burning in every person in the Central Highlands.
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 8
Nguyen Trung Thanh is a typical face of modern Vietnamese prose, born in Quang Nam, but the writer has deep feelings for the Central Highlands. If during the resistance war against the French, he had a novel where the country stood up to write about the heroic Central Highlands land and people and was awarded the first prize of the Vietnam Literature Prize from 1945 to 1955. The short version of the Forest of Snakes magnanimously shows the revolutionary heroism of the people of the Central Highlands during the Great Patriotic War.
In the work, the writer succeeds in building a number of artistic images in which the figure of Tnú is a beautiful symbol, an artistic success that contributes to highlighting the ideological theme of the work.
Tnú is the main character of the short story. Orphaned at a young age, Tnú grew up with the care and nurturing of the villagers of Xo Man, perhaps that’s why more than anyone, “Tnú is attached to the villagers and has the qualities of the villagers”. The nature of Tnú: honest, kind. It’s like the old Met said, “His life is miserable, but his belly is as clean as the spring water of our village”.
From an early age, Tnú was shown to be a brave, stubborn, tough, strong boy. In those days, the village of Xo Man was terrorized by the enemy. “There is not a day when it does not go hunting, not a night when its dog and its gun do not bark in the forest”. Mr. Xut was hanged by the enemy on a fig tree in the village’s head, Mrs. Nhan was beheaded, tied her hair with a gun because she went to the forest to raise cadres, but these things did not frighten Tnú.
Tnú and Mai were the two most enthusiastic children who still escaped to the forest to raise Mr. Quyet, even at night they slept in the forest to prevent the enemy from being attacked and someone leading the cadres to run. Being taught to read letters by Mr. Quyet, Tnú learned to lose to Mai, he immediately broke the board and went to the stream to sit and get a stone to hit his head for blood, making contact with Mr. Quyet, Tnú often tore through the forest to go, choosing a strong waterfall. swim. Rise above the water and ride up to the ice waterfall like an orca.
When falling under the raid of the enemy Tnú swallowed the letter in the stomach, determined not to tell, the enemies tied, beat, tortured. Every time they asked, Tnú would put his hand on his chest and say: “It’s here”. After such times, Tnú’s small back was streaked with more knife marks. Three years in prison, Tnú suffered all kinds of torture, but it was not as painful as when he witnessed the scene of villains using iron rods to beat his wife and son, knocking his back to death.
Hatred made Tnú’s eyes like two big flames, he shouted straight at the soldiers strangling Duc, then spread his arms like two iron wings to protect Mai and his mother, but Tnú did not save his wife. children because he only has two empty hands. He himself was tied up, wrapped in a rag soaked in soap, burned ten fingers like ten torches, no matter how hot the fire burned, the pain of the heat on ten fingertips spread to every fiber of his body.
Both physically and mentally, Tnú’s pain reached its peak. His wife died and his son tragically died ten fingers of Tnú, not a single finger did not lose a knuckle, how much pain, how much resentment compressed into hatred. Tnú’s wounded hands could still hold a gun, pull the trigger, kill the enemy, he joined the liberation army to avenge his wife and children, the villages, and his homeland.
Hate is fierce, but the person of Tnú is not only hateful, he is also a person rich in emotions, knows how to love deeply, for three years as a soldier in Tnú, he always remembers the scenery, people, villages, and homeland. Winning the title of soldier to destroy the US, being rewarded for his achievement, he only asked his superiors to let him visit Xo Man village for one night to eat a stuffed rice meal, wash his face with the village’s cool spring water, and enjoy one night. along with the villagers who he considered more than blood.
The image of Tnú is certainly different from a mature raspberry tree of the Central Highlands forest land that grows out of pain, solid, strong, strong, and no bullet can destroy it.
The fate and character of the character Tnú represent the people of Xo Man village with the beautiful qualities of the people of the Central Highlands. He deserves to be an example for Mrs. Met in traditional education for the younger generation. The character Tnú is a beautiful image that contributes to beautifying the theme and creating an epic color for the short story “Rung Xa Nu”.
The article analyzes the character Tnú in the story “The forest of snakes” number 1
Writer Nguyen Trung Thanh is like a son of the Central Highlands with vast forests. One of the most outstanding works is the short story “Rung Xa Nu”, the work is the story of the villagers of Xo Man during the resistance war against the US. The character Tnú appeared, representing the resilient and indomitable Xo Man class before the war of aggression.
Tun was an orphan from a young age, lacking the love of her parents. But in return, Tnú is surrounded and cared for by the villagers. Therefore, Tnú soon had a love for the people and villages: “having a belly that loves the mountains, loves the country”. Since he was a little boy, Tnú was taught by Old Met: “A cadre is the Party. The party still has this young country.” Therefore, the young boy was always aware of the village’s ideals, always believing in following the revolutionary path.
So even at a young age, Tnú soon proved to be a brave, bold and courageous child soldier. Despite the enemy’s barbaric terrorist siege, Tnú and Mai volunteered to the forest to protect Mr. Quyet – a loyal cadre of the Party. Tu has a strangely bright head in finding the forest path to deliver the letter to Mr. Quyet. Once crossing the waterfall, about to get ashore, the black muzzle of the gun was pointed at the cold nape of the neck.
Tú promptly swallowed Mr. Quyet’s letter to ensure the secret. Tu was imprisoned by the enemy in a prison with many whips and injuries. The tortured enemy asked, “Where is the Communists?” Tnú did not hesitate to put his hand on his stomach and say: “Communism is here!”. And Tnú’s back was marked with the horizontal and vertical slashes of the enemy’s knife. Such a difficult and dangerous job, but Tnú did a great job to make the villagers of Soman proud forever “Five years, no cadres have been captured or killed in the forest by the enemy”.
In studying, Tnú is also a person who is strict with himself, has the will, effort, and determination without stopping. When learning to lose to Mai, Tnú punished himself for his forgetful crime: “holding a stone, he hit himself in the head with blood flowing”. Tnú really brought in him the necessary qualities to become a loyal and heroic Communist soldier in the future.
Three years later, Tnú escaped from prison and returned to directly lead the Soman villagers to fight the enemy. Mai – a friend since childhood – is now Tnú’s wife and the child is the result of that beautiful love. But the brutal enemy destroyed Tnú’s small home.
They killed Tnú’s wife and children. Faced with the death of his wife and children, he became completely helpless: “I have cut dozens of figs without realizing it. He jumped up… his stomach was on fire. Where your two eyes are now are two big fireballs.” Hatred, Tnú jumped into the midst of the soldiers, his iron-like arms hugging Mai and her mother tightly.
But no longer keep up! Tu was arrested. Before his near death, Tnú was not afraid, but he felt very calm because now his family is no longer there. The only thing that made Tnú torment and worry the most was his village of Soman. Who will join the villagers to fight the enemy? Who will join the villagers in following Ho’s ideals? I don’t think about myself at all. The enemy used a rag soaked in rag to burn Tnú’s ten fingertips.
It is the hand of honesty, gratitude, used to hold chalk to write the words that Quyet taught; once put it on his stomach and said: Communists are here”. That hand was also once held by Mai and cried with hot tears of love and sympathy, when Tnú escaped from prison… The enemy burned ten fingers of Tnú’s fingers to burn the fighting will of the villagers of Xo. man. But the flames of the Soviet villagers’ struggle burned again.
Tnú did not cry when the fire burned his finger, but Tnú shouted a “Kill”. The most Soviet people simultaneously rose up to kill the enemy. It was a co-initiated rebellion that shook the mountains and forests, the hand that became the evidence of the crime and hatred that Tnú carried throughout his life. That hatred turned Tnu’s hand into a torch that ignited the rebellion of the villagers of Soman.
With only two knuckles left in his hand, he still holds a spear and a gun so that Tú can go to revenge. And finally with that same hand, Tnu squeezed the throats of all the Ducs who were more cruel than wild animals. From here, Tnú overcame all personal pain and tragedy, joined the Liberation Army to wipe out all the Ducs, sworn enemies with his wife and children – still existing in the countryside. smell. When he became a liberation soldier, Tnú was a highly disciplined cadre: although he missed his hometown and family, he had to be allowed by his superiors to return for exactly one night as specified in the permit.
The typical Tnú character of the hero represents the fate and path of the Central Highlands ethnic groups in the era of liberation struggle. Building the character Tnú shows the talent of writer Nguyen Trung Thanh when writing about the people of the Central Highlands.