Virginia says that alex has ceased to recognize the

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brought up during their youth remains a history full of memories even they are old. Virginia says that Alex “has ceased to recognize the passage of time.” This is evident that Alex’s happy childhood memories are trapped in his childhood home and makes him unable to grow and focus in the future even with Virginia’s influence. I correspond with the argument that some people are obsessed with youthful past, nostalgia, and the longing for their young days. The movie The Twilight Zone Young Man’s Fancy ” illustrates how the house represented in the movie draws Alex into his memories, which are stopping him, form the moving to the future. Similarly, it is clear that people who are infatuated with their past will only focus on
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Surname 2 minor things that bring them memories and forget about the future. Alex reaches a point where he prefers living with his mother and chases Virginia for trying to usher him to a new life. He says, “Go away lady, we don’t need you anymore,” (Twilight Zone). Seemingly, this is proof that the relationship between Alex and his mother influences him to forget about the future and concentrate on his past. I support the argument in that the great things that we have experienced in the past are history; thus, we should let it go and concentrate on our future.
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Surname 3 Works Cited Jackson, Shirley. The Haunting Of Hill House . Penguin, 2013. Pp. 117. Twilight Zone. “Young Man’s Fancy." YouTube , July 2015. - QYZD4D1c. Accessed 18 Nov. 2018.
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