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BESA XHUMARI AUB102c OUR SECRETS Initially to discuss what this chapter is specifically about is impossible and it takes away from the very essence of the writing Susan Griffin is writing about human history about her experiences as a human about the inequalities in life faced by humans human sexuality human anger human hatred human frustration human emptiness and humanity Upon deeper thought and realization one of her major themes is SELF Seeing yourself in others eyes and portraying your own self-image within other people is human Our anger guilt and fear can all be manifested in our own desire not to be what we are afraid of By irregular organization Griffin masterfully constructs an argument that can manifest itself in every reader They are free to think and this work clearly sets the mind in motion The author starts the essay with an interviewer and ads in the first fragment about V-1 rockets Then the interviewers story mixed in with a biology fragment The author uses this type of fragment to relate to subjects farther down the essay which makes each fragment relate to the content Fragments that are used help to explain human nature insides and outsides everything affected by past secrets cause and effect and development All of these factors can go with the stories of Heinrich Himmler Gebhard Laura Heinz Wernher von Braun Helene and Leo The author also uses examples of homosexuality torture child-rearing practices parentsfamily and also relates it with the stories and the fragments This essay has a lot of subjects that the author writes on can make this piece seem confusing but in the same time knowing that all of the issues will be tied together in some way makes the essay more understandable To use an example to tie together the fragments one can see that V-1 rockets are potentially destructive complex conveys images of strength outcome unpredictable inside guides outside and that
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