However, it is doubtful that Cohen was actually willing to donate her eggs. It is doubtful because when Cohen is rejected, she is apathetic about it. 2.Some complications and difficulties that may arise from donating an egg include the “hyper stimulation of the ovaries” (paragraph 6), ovarian rupture, infertility and perhaps even death. 3.The purpose of Cohen’s essay is to inform the reader about the whole infertile industry. 4.Cohen’s thesis in the article is a disagreement with the donation of eggs because she believes it is unfair and puzzling, especially to the donor child in his/her later life. Questions on Writing Strategy1.The paragraphs in Cohen’s essay that focus more on the narration are paragraphs seven through nine, fourteen through seventeen and twenty-one through twenty-five. If Cohen had first presented the narration, the reader may have been confused. The purpose of the mix of narration and information is so that the reader can be pinned down with information in a more entertaining and participatory type of way.