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Essay | Nine Stories: The Escape From Reality

This student essay consists of approximately 7 pages of analysis of Nine Stories.
This section contains 1,980 words
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Nine Stories: The Escape From Reality

Summary: Analysis of "Nine Stories", a famous work by J.D. Salinger. Compares and contrasts two stories from the collection.
Nine Stories:

The Escape from Reality

A child is very similar to a delicate flower. That flower must be nurtured and taken care properly, or else it will be damaged for life. When a child is at a young age, they absorb every single thing around them. The experiences they live through stay with them for life. My focus is primarily on two of the nine stories, "A Perfect Day for Bananafish," and "Uncle Wiggly in Connecticut." I intend to study Salinger's use of children in the two stories, as well as the impact that is made on the children by their parents. My aim is to show why a person's mentality and way of thought is molded by its parents during childhood. Paying close attention to Sybil and Ramona I hope to display how young children's lives can be influenced by another. I...

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This section contains 1,980 words
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