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The Use of a Narrative Voice in Conjunction with Sympathy and RejectionThe narrators job is to speak to the reader in a way that gives himher a sense of emotion Although the reader is first led to sympathize with Kugelmass in the beginning she later rejects him because of his insensitive personality This is the emotion that the narrator is putting forth on the reader The narrator tries to give the reader the implication that we should try to sympathize with Kugelmass at first glance Although the reader has no idea how bad Kugelmasss life is from the beginning the only information about his life is given to the reader in from the narrator in reference to Kugelmass When speaking from this point of view the reader is not apt to seeing any other part of Kugelmass life other than that of the tormented The narrator starts off well describing how bad Kugelmasss family life is Heshe speaks of a horrible wife Daphne Kugemass was an oafshed let herself go and swell up like a beach ball Allen 30 This from the start shows that the narrators description of Kugelmasss wife is that of a horrible nature I mean an oaf doesnt sound too striking and then swelling up like a beach ball gives the reader the sense that she may have once been beautiful but just let go and doesnt care anymore So in part Daphne has become lazy and over weight probably because Kugelmass pays no attention to her anymore He describes her this way to give the reader the sense that his life is horrible and that we should stand on his side and believe what he says because the narrator is trying to make the reader believe that Kugelmass needs a change in his lifestyle The reader also gets the sense that Kugelmass is being mischievous and that he is on his way to trying something new And in
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