a conversation with my father

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Q1. A conversation with my father Both the narrator and the father have what each believe is the true. The father who is bed ridden pushes her daughter to change her style of writing. When she does, it brings a discussion which gives light to what he believes to be true. He believes that one must have character if they are to make any progress in life ( Taylor, Jacqueline, 2014 ). He says that it is impossible for the drug addict to stay away from drugs forever. Even when she has stopped, it will only be for a while before she slips back. On the other hand, the daughter believes in hope. She thinks it is true that one may slip but that is not the ends. There is always a chance of correcting the mistakes made and goingon with life as normal. The story seems to favor the version of the father. He says that everyone has to face tragedy at one time in their life. Although the daughter is determined to make him change this view, he has the last word about a tragedy striking at one time. Q3. Happy endings and postmodernism The book is about the story of a couple who get married and go through the stages of life. Unlike the normal stories, the couple live an uneventful life. John who is the husband to Mary only thinks about his gratification. While she carries out most of the chores, she also has to worry
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