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In the narrative I read by Susan Miot and Jamaica Kincaid depicts a behavior of teenage girls It is protagonist narrative narrates the story of a girl who has a parental guide and who havent had a parental figure who explains how to be a lady to guide and lead Protects and comfort her as a teen Who acts as alone and try to fit in with a motherless guide In the story lust she lacks that mother figure unlike the story girl the figure to tell or guide her from right or wrong in decision making on how to act as a lady To begin with many mothers with daughters always want the best for their kids in the story girl by Jamaica Kincaid the narrative from a second person view as her mother discuses about a girl who mother condensates to her on how to carry herself Her mother set off rules on how to upper set herself in society to recollect her name as in other worlds classy Her mother seems strict on her daughter to prevent her from distractions such as boys society and on how she carries herself In the coming of age the story lust by Susan Miot comes across a teenage girl who lacks the mother figure in her life she uses that psychological problem and hides it with sex The teenage girl in the narrative was put in a boarding school trying to fit in she uses boys to lean on When we have are first crushes we usually share it friends and family or someone close to us but a guy in the story is her comfort point she uses that as a protector We usually go on dates and get in to a relationship seeking comfort protection and love isnt that something a parent does unlike the story girl the teenage girl in lust lack that mother figure or parent figure in her lifeReading
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