Essay 2 Eng 111

Essay 2 Eng 111 - Wilson 1 Taylor Wilson Dr. Colby English...

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Wilson 1 Taylor Wilson Dr. Colby English 111, Section B, Honors 4 September 2009 A Typical Adolescent As a reader of Wives and Daughters , one becomes strongly connected to Molly Gibson and feels as though she is a close acquaintance of hers. One learns her ways and discovers life through her eyes. The reader is able to see in many, many ways how Molly is much like a typical modern-day teenager. As you thumb through the first chapters and become absorbed by the novel, you also become drawn in by sweet little Molly. As the story progresses past those first four chapters, it becomes easy for a reader in her teenage years to relate. Molly Gibson has the same desires for new clothing that any teenage girl has. Before her first stay at the Hamleys’, her father puts down a healthy sum of money in order that Molly have the clothing she seems to so desire. In relation to this Molly also has the same worry of an adolescent girl of today: that her clothing will not reach her in time and that it will not be in the most up to date style. In addition to
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2010 for the course ENG 200 taught by Professor English during the Spring '10 term at Meredith.

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