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Susan Martinez November 12, 2008 Eng Comp Girl, Interrupted Test: Essay Questions 31. The author accomplishes establishing a sense of reality with the book because although the narrator does have a sense of what reality is, the documents provide extra knowledge to the reader about what is going on within her head. Then, from this the reader can decide how much of the information from the narrator is reliable or not. The documents add a little more credibility to the text because it lets the reader know how close the narrator is with reality and her “parallel universe”. Without the documents the book would differ in that the reader would not be able to fully trust the narrator because they would not be sure how far bad the mental illness is. 32. The narrative moves in a way of stream of thought. It is scattered and there are thoughts along with characters that are introduced randomly and all the time. Kaysen’s madness begins with the thought of committing suicide because she did not want to take a history test. Kaysen
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course ENGCMP 0200 taught by Professor Gillespie during the Fall '07 term at Pittsburgh.

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