The use of this evident language relies your

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The use of this evident language relies your individual familiarity with Southern dialect to reinforce therealism and lyricism evident in your personal writing style. In addition, the fact that you are a realist, truly imitates what is the reality. The Southern dialect spoken by Taylor and Lou Ann is the dialect that you remember speaking while growing up in rural Kentucky. It is a dialectfull of imagery that awakens the senses. In conclusion, numerous examples of humor throughout your novel prevent the tone from becoming too serious and sad. Which at times can be needed. For example, LouAnn thinks that her cat has a split personality because "the good cat wakes up and thinks the bad cat has just pooped on the rug." And Taylor imagines Lou Ann going toa job interview and saying, "Really ma'am, I could understand why you wouldn't want to hire a dumb old thing such as myself." your abilities to relate life realistically with a sense of humor from her sensitive observations enable you to invoke feelings of empathy forthe characters in the novel but a little too much humor can draw the true meaning out of the passage meaning
the readers (including myself) will get lost in the meaningand brush off the importance

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