What Your Most Paranoid Memories Say About You Summary

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The information in the article “What your Most Vivid Memories Say About you?” can be integrated to the story “The Stolen Party” to analyze characters such as Rosaura and her mother. This can be done by viewing how characters memories define them as people and form their schemas, views and identity. In the beginning of TSP, Rosaura’s mother responds to Rosaura’s urge to go the party by saying, “Get away with you, believing any nonsense you’re told! I don’t like you going, it’s a rich people’s party.” (Pg. 1). This reveals that she has her own anecdotes that formed her to have prejudice against rich people. The article states, “A positive memory is one that makes you feel happy, proud, and interested. A negative memory makes you feel sad, angry,
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