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Unformatted text preview: A & P John U pdik e An in dept h analysis Individuality Shown in A&P • Definition: Individuality is defined as a person who shows characteristics or qualities that distinguish them from others. • “In other words, they seek to define themselves, for example, by their ideas, dreams, and imagination rather then be defined by social behavior or by the groups with which the associate” (Individuality in young/middle adulthood: autographical study) • So, as one increases with age, and has gained more life experiences, the maturity and individuality also increase. How is this related to A&P? • Sammy (narrating character) is looking to stand out and be an Individual in front of “Queenie”. • Through out the story he becomes more self aware of his situation (dead- end job, no girl friend … ect.) • Only views the young girls from only a sexual point of view at the beginning of the story. • He starts to appreciate the girls with a deeper meaning, his individual qualities have matured. • When he sees the Butcher “ looking after them, sizing up their joints”. He started to feel bad....
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course ENGL 151 taught by Professor Payson during the Spring '11 term at UBC.

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