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You're Ugly Too

Charles Baxter defines staging as placing a story's characters “in specific strategic positions in the scene so that some unvoiced nuance is revealed.” Staging can include a character's physical...

Latest answer posted October 4, 2020, 6:21 pm (UTC)

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You're Ugly Too

Hmm. My first instinct is to say no, so let me see what I can do to help you with your position before I say why. Zoe's definitely depressed, and so jumping makes sense. She refers to illnesses and...

Latest answer posted April 10, 2007, 1:14 am (UTC)

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You're Ugly Too

In "You're Ugly Too" by Marie Lorena Moore both love and death are seen as areas in which modern society fails to fill the intellectual and emotional needs of the protagonist Zoe. Her attempts to...

Latest answer posted October 2, 2015, 9:02 pm (UTC)

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You're Ugly Too

Exasperated with talking to Zoe, Earl makes a comment to her that ends up connecting both she and Kat from "Hairball." Earl remarks that he, and men, in general, are just as alienated from modern...

Latest answer posted March 29, 2014, 1:06 am (UTC)

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You're Ugly Too

Love and death are certainly two very dominant themes throughout Lorrie Moore's short story "You're Ugly, Too."The theme of love, or, more specifically, the theme of failed love, is portrayed...

Latest answer posted November 16, 2015, 4:06 am (UTC)

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