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When one stumbles into a new experience and he passes through it with or without flying colors his Inexperience is essentially changed to some form of Experience whether good or bad When love is involved in this experience the learned lesson is remembered forever for the love that is used as a means of communication is attempted in the real world and is able to change that persons inexperience for life No matter the result one channels his love as a sort of teaching for himself and others to use as an example to change their green and callous inexperience to a battlehardy and somewhat matured real experience In David Updikes short story Summer and Flannery OConners short story Good Country People this idea of a conflict of experience vs inexperience is woven within the fabric of each story In their respective stories Homer overcomes his inexperience when he meets his first love in the form of a beautiful girl Sandra at his best friends lake house and Hulga is graced by the presence of her first experience of love before it takes a turn for the worst No matter what the outcome is each protagonist undergoes a new and exciting feeling that will change the rest of their lives They grow and mature in a relatively short time from this experience either eager to pursue it again or appetent to rebuke the next possible chance Homer has his respective feelings both before and after the revelation In Summer Homer is stricken with an enamorous feeling at even the first mentioning of Sandra The texture of the smooth unbroken air was cleanly divided by the sound of a slamming door echoing up into the woods around himHe would watch her hear the distant door slam the shower running in the far corner of the house Updike 48 As soon as Homer sees this beauty he decides to pursue her as soon
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