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Four years ago my knees began to swell ache and crack when walking and standing up They grew to be twice their original size in four months I didnt tell my mother a nurse until after my freshman tennis year 6 months after the pain started and was no longer bearable After visiting several doctors I was diagnosed with arthritis at age 15 I do not like doctors and I hate getting attention for injuries so The Use of Force by William Carlos Williams is very appealing to me because I relate to the antagonist character Mathilda easily In the short story Mathilda realizes she has a deadly disease and does not want to admit it or find out the truth I smiled in my best professional manner and asking the childs first name I said come on Mathilda open your mouth 1403 This quote is a great example of me at the doctors office My mother like Mathildas wants me to describe when how and where my pain is but I dont like doctors and I still have a hard time admitting I have arthritic Consequently my mother is the one who answers the doctors questions because I am scared and dont want to know the severity of my condition Mathilda in The Use of Force also does not answer the doctor But the girls expression didnt change nor did she move her eyes from my face 1403 is how I also act at the doctors office Mathilda hides her sore throat from her mother and father similar to how I hid my arthritic for six months In the conclusion of The Use of Force tears of defeat blinded her eyes 1405 This quote describes exactly how I felt after I found out about my disability I was no longer able to play tennis and hockey became a grueling sport Arthritic is not a deadly disease but it is a hinder to my daily
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