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He Let Her Go An essay on Evelyn LauEvelyn Lau is an author with which I can identify with Her lack of humility gives rise to self-awareness She does not hide under a mask of sorrow she simply puts into words how she reacts and feels towards her lifes struggles She does not convey a deep sense of hostility or arrogance but merely addresses the conflicts through out her life with a graceful honest manner One can see how Evelyn allows herself to let go of all inhibitions and secrets through each of her works She can face her past and acknowledge her pain unlike most people Her ability to do this is what gives every person an identity they can relate with whether it be living on the streets coping with a drug addiction or dealing with a dysfunctional family Evelyn unlike most people can pin point her tormentHer father was the center of her universe Details 3 always loving compassionate and with someone she could share her childhood dreams However their relationship ended abruptly while she was only ten years old This severed bond caused her much grief She longed for love and affection which her mother could not provide Evelyns self loathing began while she was a per-adolescent Details 2 Her fathers emotional passivity caused Evelyn to destroy herself physically She chose her body as her tool of destruction for she felt no one could control her body not even her neurotic mother Details 2 I do not think that Evelyn blames her fathers lack of love on the fact that he lost his job2 It seems to me that he lost himself for he saw his daughter as a young woman not as a child This realization may have been the reason he faded from her life He lost touch with Evelyns child hood and couldnt cope with the idea that his little girl was now a blossoming young lady
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