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Peaches by Mr Akira defines the word deceitful It points out some interesting duties a boys mother carries out The story is more than just about peaches it has a more crucial point that people go through in certain countries in order to provide for their family As he retrospect about some incidents in his life that happened in the past he understands a situation that occurred in the past until it reached a certain age to put the pieces of the puzzle together The author states how deceptive ones memory can be This story reveals how misleading memories can be The narrators mother had took him along with her to the neighboring town one night to lay in a stock of peaches at an orchard or some such place She could have gotten better ones than at the local grocers and they would have been freshly picked It was probably worth making a special trip and buying enough to fill the carriage too The narrators mother was doing far more than merely going on trips with peaches Instead she was transporting black market goods because the father was a naval officer and times were hard during the war Food was scarce and since the landlord planted the peach tree and provided them with goods the narrators mother had to return the favor She was probably willing to do whatever it took to assist her family Under this kind of observation the image of a mother and child pushing a carriage downhill at night is suddenly changed into a suspicious-looking couple transporting black-market goods They would then have had our reasons for moving about under cover night Not only was it wrong and immoral but something had to be done The nasty landlord would make sexual implications to the mother but she would try to avoid them and tell him that he had been with a lot of women The conversation the
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