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Bluest Eye 1  25/11/2008 11:32:00 Gives it a Different pov  Confidence about knowledge and what kind of knowledge that is  What kind of knowledge does the novelist give us?  Irony- locating the reader in location of the speaker  D- being willing to imagine nobody, thinking in itself is the source of knowledge  A- excludes many bodily experiences but one must have a sensibility, body has to be  there but it doesn’t get to much play Names of bodily remedies, but the situation does not have a remedy Routine and boring, happens all the time. Good reason not to be talking about what is  going on.  w/o menstruation parts of the story could not be told well there is a grown up Claudia remembering her younger years, double consciousness.  Young talks and sometimes an older voice is heard  what other sections could not be told if they didn’t talk about the body? Embodiment is the condition for experience
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