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Daniel Washington 2/7/2016 Response Paper Two: Voices in the Park Anthony Browne's Voices in the Park (1998) is a story that provides multiple experiences on walking in a park. It is divided into four different interpretations, where four different voices tell their own versions of walking in the same park. The radically different perspectives gives a fascinating depth into this simple story because it gives readers the chance to examine key themes that the author is emphasizing, such as friendship, alienation, and the feeling of emptiness. Browne’s use of literary elements, such as storytelling, and visualizations that support the stories that he is trying to tell makes Voices in the Park a compelling reading. His story telling technique is descriptive and he attempts to explain how the four different voices are feeling as they provide their own perspectives on walking in the park. For instance, the narrator in the
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