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Unformatted text preview: The guys inside the tank knocked their heads so hard against the windshield that they came out cadavers. Only the driver was still alive. But he caught his head in the wheel and couldn’t get out. So rather than ruin the tank, we cut off the guy’s head” (13). 2 P ASSAGE FROM “T HE O LD N URSE ’ S S TORY ” “I was very uneasy in my mind after that. I durst never leave Miss Rosamond, night or day, for fear lest she might slip off again, after some fancy or other; and all the more, because I thought I could make out that Miss Furnivall was crazy, from their odd ways about her; and I was afraid lest something of the same kind (which might be in the family, you know) hung over my darling” (1327). Next class: “Bartleby, the Scrivener”...
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- Spring '08
- Point Of View, Short story, narrator, Miss Rosamond