Beyond The Glass Sparknotes

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The author, Daniel C. Weaver depicts the story “Beyond the Glass” in a skillful way to engage the audience. Weaver does a good job of showing the struggle of the pathologist to make the audience ponder upon the identification of the disease. Although the story, “Beyond the Glass” contains a great deal of medical terms, however, Weaver maintains the story appropriate for a general audience by using descriptive details and suspense. To make the reader grasp the concept of the story, Weaver provides descriptive details of the scenario while also defining the medical terminologies. The author mentions that “there was a little scarring at the edges but no sign of cirrhosis, the medical term for scarring” where he describes how the liver appears

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