Bernie Mcgill - No Angel

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When someone you love dies, you don’t lose them all at once; you lose her in pieces over a long time. Many people do not know what to expect when a Loved One passes away. It can be very difficult to overcome. We don’t want to forget them, but on the other hand, thinking about them could lead to eternal grieve. Have you ever lost a beloved and wanted one more conversation, one more chance to make up for the time when you thought they would be here forever? Well, I have… Then you know you can go your whole life collecting days, and none will outweigh the one you wish, you had back. You start talking to them in the belief, they can hear you, and sometimes you have those moments, where you can feel and see them. Exactly this situation, the…show more content…
when you find out how Robbie died . You don’t know who “they” are, therefor you must find out yourself how and why he was killed. Later Robbie is being described as a fine fellow, which gives us a better knowledge in the murder of Robbie . Going further on in the story, Annie finds her dads shotgun hidden under the bed. In one of Annie’s flashbacks she asks something about the gun, where her mother replies: “Two or three times. ” So additionally it has been used about three times, maybe that’s the answer, why the father’s ghost is to paranoid, and maybe that’s why he doesn’t seem to like Annie’s boyfriend, because he reminds him of “them”, those who killed his beloved son. Bernie McGill has on purpose leaved out a whole lot of info, which causes this confusion about the plot. It gives the recipients a chance to think about and interpret the story. The purpose of this story is to detail that loss occurs to everyone, and that Annies father is actually no angel, which refers to the title. There is no angel in this short story, just a deserted girl, who talks to her dead

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