Journal 3

Journal 3 - Yip 1 Stacey Yip Lester OConnor DOC 3: A18 28...

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Yip 1 Stacey Yip Lester O’Connor DOC 3: A18 28 April 2010 Journal Three In the song, “Miss Invisible” by Marié Digby, she sings about loneliness and isolation. She starts off introducing a girl who sits under the bleachers all alone each day eating her lunch, going unnoticed by the crowd. She smiles and pretends to be okay, but inside she is not. Digby then sings about how the girl does not fit in with her peers, and how she is teased and laughed at. The chorus gives her name as the title, Miss Invisible, and encourages the listener to look closer at Miss Invisible and notice her, placing one in her shoes and perhaps finally asking her for her name. The music during the duration of the song is very peaceful and soft, and the way Digby sings it makes the piece sound sad and heartbreaking. Digby puts emotion into her voice to invoke the seriousness of the larger issues at hand: ostracism, acceptance, and solitude. At the
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course DOC 3 taught by Professor Shragge during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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