Response to "The Whore's Child"
Everyone lives in a world that is created within his or her brain. What we hear and what we see is different for every person; we give meaning to our perception and change it to make it fit to what we expect, and what we need to survive. Often we lie to ourselves and do not see the simple facts of something that happened in order to go on. "
After her mother dies, she joins the deity and grows up to become one of the nuns she hated so much. Using narration and character, "
The narrator in this story is a first person, observant narrator who we get to know as we go along the story. He is a college professor who teaches a writing class and has written and published at least two books. He is popular among students, has a wife and children who do not live with him anymore, and he has a mistress who probably caused the wife to leave. In "