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Describe the impact this event has had on Alfred in "All the Years of Her Life." Is...
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At the end of the story, particularly if you pay close attention to the way that Alfred sees his mother in a new light, you could certainly make the argument that this event has affected him. He always thought of his mother as such a constant, powerful, indomitable figure but then he notices that she is shaken deeply by his constantly getting in trouble. This epiphany is enough to suggest that he is going to be able to actually change going forward.
Posted by kapokkid on April 22, 2010 at 6:03 AM (Answer #1)
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