Response Paper - Dominic D'Virgilio-3.pdf - Dominic D\u2019Virgilio May Eng Comp II The Frozen \u201cGood People\u201d In my experience nobody should have to go

Response Paper - Dominic D'Virgilio-3.pdf - Dominic...

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Dominic D’Virgilio May Eng Comp II September 24, 2019 The Frozen “Good People” In my experience, nobody should have to go through the consequences of unwanted pregnancies at an unexpected time. The story of “Good People” by David Foster Wallace discusses this dilemma in a heartfelt and introspective way using two young and abashed Christians, named Lane Dean and Sheri Fisher, as subjects for which this tough story takes place. Much of the context and circumstances of the story presented to them as aspiring individuals seeking success according to their faith serve as conflict that make this story, as well as the literary elements of repeating symbolism and character development, so compelling to read and relate to any young persons’ lives. These two young characters are developed intricately throughout the story in a way that allows the reader to understand what they are truly struggling with in their unwanted pregnancy situation. We see more of the story told through Lane’s point of view, which makes sense as he is responsible for the conception of this baby as well as taking care of it after birth. Working at UPS and being nineteen, he is a character who is unsure of his future, which I, as a teenager, can relate to plentifully, and Sheri’s pregnancy worsens his diffidence. At many points in his
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