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Dear Christopher, This was a creative and witty story. The first person point of view really helped the reader to get inside the crazy mind of the killer and to see how much the whole thing really made him crazy. The selective choice of words and the actual feeling that was put into this piece really made it as powerful as it was. Creep Incoherent is a story about a creepy man who is obssessed with a woman he cannot have. He talks about how in love with her he was before she was noticed and before she began to wear skimpy clothing and lots of makeup. He talks about how everyone else called him creepy and how they tried to get him to stay away from her. He then admits that he killed all of her admirers to protect her. He seems to be in a mental asylum, or even jail possibly. The story
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Unformatted text preview: ends off with him seeing her walking down the hall of this institute he is being kept in, presumable her ghost or him envisioning her, and it is assumed that he has killed her also. The story was true and sounded real like it could have been written by a truly disturbed man or killer. It could have been a little bit longer, but it was a good read nonetheless. Although it lacked character and dialogue, I think the purpose of it was to bring us inside the narrator's head and keep us there rather than showing us anything going on outside his head. I thought this story was very well written, and I look forward to reading a longer or another piece. Thanks, Erica Broome...
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