Comparison Of Love In W. D. Wetherell And Catch The Moon

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“Catch the Moon,” by Judith Ortiz Cofer, and “The Bass, the River and Sheila Mant,” by W.D. Wetherell develop the ideas of being lost and found in love. Cofer discusses the topic of finding one’s way with the help of love, while Wetherell discusses losing oneself in love. Love is described as a “quality or feeling.” In the two stories, love is much more than that. It is what forces the two characters, Luis and the narrator, to make important decisions and come upon realizations. Sometimes, life trips people up, and it takes something huge for them to change. Love was the motivation for Luis and the narrator to become better, wiser people. Luis, from “Catch the Moon,” lost his mother, and himself. He was participating in illegal activities

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