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In the story How I Met My Husband by Alice Munro I looked at the element of the narrator In this story the narrator wasnt hard to spot like some other stories Edie tells the story through insights on her feelings how she describes others in the story and her romancesThroughout the story Edie experienced many different feelings from things that made her feel good to things that made her feel horrible She tells us that she loved being left alone in the house to do her work when she felt like it In this paragraph she also said how she loved the lighting in the kitchen and she loved the double sink Then she compares it to her life before at home and tells about the rag-plugged hole or an oil cloth-covered table by light of a coal-oil lamp p725 With this little bit of information we know that work at the Peebles is a lot easier than at homeWe find out later on in the story that Edie is accused of being intimate with Chris Edie had her own opinion on what the thought being intimate with someone meant She thought it was kissing This shows Edies immaturity and the fact that she didnt totally understand relationships This is another way of setting insight with out her coming straight out and saying it Once again we jump ahead in the story to her waiting on the letter Edie says The mail came everyday except Sunday between one-thirty and two in the afternoon a good time for me Because Mrs Peebles was always having her nap I would get my kitchen cleaned and then go up to the mail box and sit in the grass waiting In those few sentences we can figure out that she was very eager to hear from Chris There is another insight to her feelings without saying it p 733 I was
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