The Arctic Circle is a novel with a theme of social issues and anomalies in which two parallel stories take place simultaneously. In the first part of this book, Ali is the narrator of a person who has just returned from a trip, and the story depicts his daily events from the point of view of the first person.
But in the second part, where the story is told from a third-person perspective, it is the story of a group that traveled to the Arctic Circle and the northernmost region of Europe to see the Aurora. The author eventually gently connects the two stories.
In the Arctic Circle novel, the trip's details are depicted as a travelogue to get acquainted with the different regions of the Scandinavian countries and their culture.
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As if we two-legged beings, the noblest of all creatures; are seeking the trouble with a previous intention. On the one hand we fight to build a prosperous machine life and on the other we seek living in mountains, deserts, forests and near the sea. On the one hand, we try to minimize our daily activities and, on the other hand, we sweat in sports gyms to make up for it, and this stupidity is human specific.
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