Belong

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December 29, 2011

 

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This is Herrick's way of commenting on belonging, by bringing a contrast between the two areas & the way in which the characters overcome these differences. - Caitlin chooses to belong with Billy & Old Bill, partly because she does not want to belong with her parents & their lifestyle, and partly because she sees that both Billy & Old Bill have also rejected certain areas of belonging & are creating their own place of belonging - Caitlin chooses to be free from her parent's area of belonging & as she is free from this, she is also free to defy social barriers, reverse social roles & re-evaluate social codes as she pursues Billy...
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This is Herrick's way of commenting on belonging, by bringing a contrast between the two areas & the way in which the characters overcome these differences. - Caitlin chooses to belong with Billy & Old Bill, partly because she does not want to belong with her parents & their lifestyle, and partly because she sees that both Billy & Old Bill have also rejected certain areas of belonging & are creating their own place of belonging - Caitlin chooses to be free from her parent's area of belonging & as she is free from this, she is also free to defy social barriers, reverse social roles & re-evaluate social codes as she pursues Billy...
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