We Were the Mulvaneys Essay | Essay

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We Were the Mulvaneys

Summary: Changes with the Mulvaneys family. This evaluates how each one made their individual change.
The Mulvaneys were a family of six that the town knew of and most adored. Each member went about their days like a normal family, kids go off to school, dad works, and the mother stays home, but a tragic incident occurred that tore the family apart. In the book, We were the Mulvaneys, with the exception of Judd, the Mulvaney family changed for the worse after the rape of the teenage daughter.

Each member of this Mulvaney family changed in different ways. Even as a family in the whole, the views of all of them were completely different. "The crowd seemed to part for us. Fascinating: now people who'd known Corinne and Michael for twenty years seemed not to see them, or, unable to reasonably not see them, smiled vaguely, with a pretense of enthusiasm, they turned away to greet others, shaking hands and embracing others" (pg...

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