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Nikhil Sen 4/9/08 College Writing “Shooting Dad” Reading for Self #4 In the story “Shooting Dad,” I found the author’s relationship with her dad to be very intriguing. I found it interesting because in many ways it was comparable to my relationship with my father. The principle of the tension that the father and daughter experienced is what I found similar to some experiences I have had with my dad. Neither my father or I have strong opinions about politics nor has he ever touched a gun in his life. But when I was younger, there was always one issue that we never saw eye to eye on. Both of my parents attended undergraduate school at the University of Cal-Berkeley, and went onto lead successful lives afterwards. Therefore, my father had always been convinced that their brains were in my genes and that I had no reason to not get perfect grades. Throughout my childhood my father was positive that I was going to be an outstanding student and eventually attend Harvard, Yale, or one of the country’s top
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course ENGLISH 112 taught by Professor Cohen during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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