Everyone wants to enter heaven. Some people believe you have to be religious to get to paradise, whereas others think that being a good person or doing good deeds is enough. Paradise is often described as a peaceful, happy and righteous place.
“Paradise” is told from a third person limited narrator. “Paradise” is told by a third person limited narrator. The poor village is observed through Neville's point of view.
Neville memorizes the scenes in detail and makes them into sentences, which make the readers create a nearly identical picture of what he’s seeing. When the village Drughat is described, it's as if the readers are reading Neville’s travel guide.
“The group of people were gathered about the fire, their faces lit by the warm orange glow of the flames. Like a painting.”(page 1, ll. 11-13)