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WITH EDITED TEXT FROM MY INSTRUCTOR A Jungian perspective on How Far She Went by Mary Hood How Far She Went by Mary Hood is an intense story full of ever-changing and turbulent emotions In writing about this story and its author it can be seen there is more in depth reasoning and motivation underneath the characters actions than one might initially think These actions could be likened to a Jungian psychological viewpoint and ideology The story conveys the intimacy of a girl her grandmother and the life-changing decisions made through everyday actions The author Mary Hood was born in Georgia and grew up in North Carolina Her Father however was a native New Yorker that lived in Georgia and as Mary puts it Even if I could I would prefer not to choose between these two identities I am both I am like Laurie Lees fabulous two-headed sheep which could sing harmoniously in a double voice and cross-question itself for hours httpwwwpbsorgriverofsongmusice3-onbeinghtml Its not necessary to give the entire URL in an in-text citation You may shorten the title such as pbs Ultimately Mary chose to embrace her southern roots in authoring her fabulously descriptive and moving stories as opposed to the northern roots she had been exposed to formerly Many a reader is thankful for this choice since she has written so many wonderful articles and stories How Far She Went being only one of these and with which Mary Hood won the awkward wording Flannery OConnor award for her superb rendering of southern life Mary Hood is the epitome of the strong southern coquettish woman and she transfers this on to her main character the grandmother in How Far She Went The author likes to describe southerners as longwinded and speaking with candid and unhurried southern drawls This tendency the author speaks of that southerners tend to be so full of words and opinions could
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