How can I write a thesis statement that might form the basis for an analytical argument about Munro's story "Walker Brothers Cowboy"?
Clearly, there is an awakening from the world of childhood into the reality of adulthood and its complexities in the narrator of "Walker Brothers Cowboy" as she accompanies her father on his sales peregrinations. This awakening is narrated in an adult voice, yet it incorporates the perspective and feelings of the child at the same time.
Alice Munro's employment of a narrative technique that is much like that of Harper Lee in To Kill a Mockingbird, in which an adult Scout narrates in retrospect, is a technique that allows a deeper involvement with theme since style and theme mirror each other in "Walker Brothers...
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