In "The Leap," how does the narrator feel about the sister she never had?

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In "The Leap ," the narrator has conflicting feelings about her sister. On the one hand, the narrator feels no connection towards her: she refers to her as "the child," for example, and does not seem to share a familial bond with her: "She was a girl, but I rarely thought of her as a sister or even as...

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