Name All the Animals(2)

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Forbidden Love After reading Part II of, “Name all the Animals” I was surprised. The story  took an unexpected turn and pieces are starting to fall together now. It better  explains the reasoning behind Alison losing belief in the Lord and also the end to  her search of something that was at one point in time, unknown. My favorite chapter in Part II is chapter 15. I love Sister Agnes James  “Aggie”, the rebellious nun who acted as if she were caught at the age 16  forever. “In the doorway stood an elderly woman. Her fine hair floated in a wild  nest of curls. The top three buttons of her daisy-print housecoat had come  undone, exposing the luminous skin of her neck. She had hoisted her cane onto  her shoulder and pointed it at me like a riffle.” I love this quote; it explains in  detail that although her body image may portray someone of an older age, her 
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This essay was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '07 term at Monroe CC.

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