Confessions of a Mask Short Essay - Answer Key

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1. What sickness does the narrator suffer from and how does it affect him?

The narrator suffers from autointoxication. This condition affects him monthly, causing him to fall violently ill and feel as though he will die.

2. Why do adults seem concerned at the narrator's insistence that he remembers his birth?

Adults seem concerned at the narrator's insistence that he remembers his birth because they do not believe him. Instead, they assume his memory is designed to entrap them into revealing something about sex.

3. What impression is left by the narrator's memory of a night-soil man?

The narrator's memory of a night-soil man leaves him with an impression that positions in the service industry are depressing and tragic.

4. What attracts the narrator to soldiers as a youth?

As a youth, the narrator is attracted to the tragedy and drama found in the life of a soldier.

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