English 1101 Presentation

English 1101 Presentation - Christie Fountain Ms. Patricia...

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Christie Fountain Ms. Patricia Burgey English 1101-02 19 June 2007 Chapter 22 “He’s Blind for a Reason, You Know” FOSTER’S ARGUMENT Foster sets up the chapter setting up a plot stating that there is an admirable man who is intelligent, strong…etc. But yet he has committed two of the most heinous crimes known to man. An information specialist is brought in to tell him what he did….the suspense is held but it turns out that the specialist is blind. The man murdered a man then married his wife. Foster states that being blind can often be held as a suspense tactic. Often in stories this will lead the reader to answers to questions they may have about a story. Foster also states that someone being blind can bring out blindness in others. Example: Someone realizing that they are blind to the truth about something. Foster states, “What they may miss, though, is the much more elaborate pattern running through the fabric of the play” (203). Indiana Jones Story: scared of snakes, Foster says the
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