T. Coraghessan Boyle's "The Love of My Life" Passage Analysis Essay | T. Coraghessan Boyle's "The Love of My Life" Passage Analysis

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T. Coraghessan Boyle's "The Love of My Life" Passage Analysis

Summary: Essay takes a passage from the short story "The Love of My Life" by T. Coraghessan Boyle and relates it to the story.
That thing in the Dumpster--and he refused to call it human, let alone a baby--was nobody's business but his and China's. That's what he'd told his attorney, Mrs. Teagues, and his mother and her boyfriend,and he'd told them over and over again: I didn't do anything wrong. Even if it was alive, and it was, he knew in his heart that it was, even before the state prosecutor represented evidence of blunt-force trauma and death by asphyxiation and exposure, it didn't matter, or shouldn't have mattered. There was no baby. There was nothing but a mistake, a mistake clothed in blood and mucus. When he really thought about it, thought it through on its merits and dissected all his mother's pathetic arguments about where he'd be today if she'd felt as he did when she was pregnant...

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