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Yours Will Do Nicely

What I noticed most about this story is that everything that happened seemed mundane. The stream of consciousness style made it possible for Rivecca to use these meaningless events to build a character who was, apparently, trying to create herself. I got the sense that the narrator was unsure of her identity, which was emphasized by her falling out with Rachel. It didn’t help that as the story progressed, the people she knew moved on with their lives and left her behind. However, pushing Tom away seemed to fit her character by the end of the story. She behaved more like the wolf than someone who would track it.

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