& OTHER AMAZING DISCOVERIES OF MOTHERHOOD.
The way the author moves between points of view in her narrative ("I don't want to listen." "He is silly.") provide a great deal of insight into the author's own consciousness. While it appears the author is uses the first person voice to indicate the character of Jake is speaking, the lack of quotation marks could perhaps indicate the author's own self-awareness. Perhaps the author is only using "Jake" as a medium through which to voice her own sense of the world and her place in it.(/English Major)Too cute! I am reminded of the time that my then eight-year-old sister somehow acquired a long roll of shelving paper. She wanted to use it to type a story about her life on Mars!
That is too funny and very creative!
Justkim: Do you think Chauncey would be proud?
He would definitely tell you to question the narrator's reliablity!I miss Chauncey.