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One of Munros trademarks is her ambivalent presentation of characters Choose three characters from the novel and show how they support this claim Whenever I find myself thinking about the years I spent in junior high and high school the memory of my grade eight-math class stands out Math was never my favorite subject therefore I never really enjoyed math class I remember clearly the first day I set my foot in my grade eight-math class I thought to myself how awful it was going to be to spend another year studying math Little to my knowledge all of my negative anticipations about math were about to change My change of heart about math came about because of my teacher From the first day of class I found myself fascinated by my teachers method of teaching her attitude and the way she treated us the students I immediately felt a strong bond with her a bond that I had never felt before with any of my other teachers There was something about Ms Smith that allowed me to put aside my bases about math and for once in my life look at the subject with a more objective approach My best friend was also in the same math class that I was in but much to my surprise she on the other hand hated math class Her dislike of math class was solely based on the fact that she didnt like our math teacher She thought that our math teacher was a horrible teacher who couldnt teach and her attitude problems It was quit astonishing how I could only concentrate on Ms Smiths positive attributes while my best friend was only able to the negative things of our teacher Now that I think back I realize that our grade eighth teacher had both the positive and negative attributes The only reason why my best friend and I had two very different opinions
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