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Almost is good enough with grenades and horseshoes I believe the author Nadine Gordimer was paranoid guilty and a childless old bitch Old Nadine does not write childrens stories She does not like being told what she Ought to write either Its clear that the letter she received from someone really hit a nerve with her She acted like a bitch when reacting to the letter On a night shortly after receiving the letter she was awaken from hersleep by a creaking noise One of her first thoughts is about her lack of protection and of a murder that occurred just 2 blocks away Thinking of murder and the need to protect herself from a creaking noise is paranoia She felt threatened with every sound but she soon realized that the creaking was just her house settling not some crazed murderer I believe she had no children She would have mentioned the need to protect her child or if her child was grown up she would have referred to a time when the child was still living at home and she needed to console her child when he or she had been scared by a creaking with in the house She tells herself a bed time story to help fall back to sleep after all she is a story teller by profession When you think of bed-time stories you think of sweet andinnocent children tucked safely away under the bed sheets and happy endings In this case its a little old lady far from sweet tucked under her covers and making up a story with paranoid characters and a sad and bloody ending Im glad she was not my Paranoia and guilt are very powerful emotions The story she tells is a result of the paranoia and guilt rooted in her conscious Her story is of a happy couple and their child living a common life
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