This is a imaginary story of a girl whose name is Shobha. She
was born in the Indian province Rajasthan. In Indian states
like Rajasthan, girls are used to suppress therefore Shobha
also have to suffer a lot in her life. At the initial years of her
life, her father left her and her mother Shanti Devi as she
gave birth to a girl child. After struggling a lot at last Shobha
got success and became The President of a reputed company.
In Indian society we can find millions of Shobha, this book is
written so that others can feel their pain.
Shaunak Chakraborty was born on 23 December 2000 in the metropolis city Kolkata, India. He had a hobby of writing from his childhood. He had suffered an struggled a lot in the initial years of his birth as his mother was not well so she was hospitalized for three years, her condition was so serious that doctors said that she might have a short life span. There are many other tragedies also which took place at that time as no one was there to to look after Shaunak at that time except his grand mother. His grand mother done ever possible thing for him as much as she could to gave him happiness but we all knew it that mother is only one person in this earth who can give us happiness.
Set against this background is a romance between two twelve-year-olds: Lucy Bishop, (who lives on the island with her parents [Bill Murray and Frances McDormand] and three younger brothers) and Sam (an orphan who is camping on the island with the Khaki Scout troop).
Lucy and Sam hatch a secret plan to run away, and undertake a perilous journey though the woods and across the streams that criss-cross the island, to an isolated cove, where they set up their kingdom. They are pursued by the local sheriff (Bruce Willis) and the scout troop leader Scout Master Ward (Edward Norton).
The follies of youth are matched by the compromises of age, and as the conflict between the generations escalates, the hurricane breaks upon the island putting all the characters at risk...
In Story, McKee expands on the concepts he teaches in his $450 seminars (considered a must by industry insiders), providing readers with the most comprehensive, integrated explanation of the craft of writing for the screen. No one better understands how all the elements of a screenplay fit together, and no one is better qualified to explain the "magic" of story construction and the relationship between structure and character than Robert McKee.