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10.15.10 1. frame narrative Tyler 2. Nana reported speech 3. omniscient narration the psychotic woman is no longer an outcast the stories of mala and her family, and her community of what she says key point: italicize page 105, last sentence …”you will hear a little more of me…” he is offering us a metaphor from the traumatic moment, she turns her back on the world, she lives in the house for decades, people have forgotten her, people of ambrois generation, not oto, she brings him food and stuff ambrois is in a wheelchair, disabled of that generation, mala’s generation people who used to torment her treat her terribly, threw rocks at her, figure of ridicule , crazy old woman, not communicating with them, the generation of young people have become adults, mala and her situation has become forgotten, the past has to be restored, for her jumble sound make any sense as a narrator, tyler, need to gather stories from all other people, and then to find a way to weave them together to make a coherent whole. reassembling them so the stories make sense,
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2011 for the course TWS 24 taught by Professor Winsol during the Spring '11 term at UCSD.

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