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NOTES FOR RESEARCH PAPER The images she creates sometimes takes away room for imagination and for the reader to come up with his own vision of what the house would look like, what his dad may have looked like, etc. Many books use words to create images but in this story, the images are there while the text is there to enhance the images. Beginning- page 4 Introduction of Alison and her father together, their relationship. Bottom of page 7- Image worth looking at… symbolism? Page 11- Image parallels the text although the text isn’t exactly talking about the images Page 20- Image of the hallway “aromatic musk of aging mahogany”. The text adds to the image. You can almost smell the musk of aging mahogany, or what the reader imagines smells like aging
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Unformatted text preview: mahogany. Page 21-Impossible to know if the minotaur lay around the corner. Could not understand that sentence to what it was supposed to mean without the image. Minotaur- father being angry. They could not tell when the father would become suddenly angry. Page 23-Alison talks about her father’s absence in her life. But the images show them working together on the backyard. They were together always, just never emotionally? Page 34-Complete comparison between images right next to each other. Addams family and Bechdel’s family. Page 83-Painting of the cockatoo, adds credibility to the reality of all her paintings.”...
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