The Narration Of Junior's Life

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Through the exaggeration of Junior’s writing, it becomes clear that the reserve is unpleasant at best where learned helplessness is prevalent alongside oppressive amounts of alcohol and drugs, brawling, and poverty. Coming from a long line of those who have given up and surrounded by those surrendered to their conditions of life, it is unsurprising Junior’s parents dreams laid forgotten to as shown by the illustration on page 12. Yet Junior’s parents support Junior’s whim to go to Reardan. With no more persuasion beside Junior asking for some place better, they instantly provided what they could to allow him to go, being it funds or drives. It impresses and touches me how far the selflessness of those who gave up for their own. They who had
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