Written on the Body

Written on the Body - or new ways of thinking about how we...

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Vanessa Reapor English 382, Section 01 Professor Hennessee May 17, 2011 Written on the Body The point of the section “The Cells, Tissues, Systems and Cavities of the Body” is very unique. It encompasses and proves how the character or Louise has taken over the mind of the unnamed narrator. This section does both: presents new understanding of the body
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Unformatted text preview: or new ways of thinking about how we perceive/describe the body. For instance, the narrator takes Louises illness and examines each part of the body. In a way, it is a journey of Louises deterioration of her sickness and the narrators journey of love for Louise....
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