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Folk Art

My first thought as I read the opening paragraph of Folk Art was that I would be annoyed with this narrator’s language for the entirety of its eleven pages. Though, I instead became entranced in Lily’s stories, and grew quite fond of her by at least the third page. Very few explicit images are created […]

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Folk Art

The title is clever – Lily’s statues are folk art because they are colloquial, but also because they are representations of people, who we sometimes refer to as “folks”. The conversation format of the story brings the reader directly into the story, but therefore requires that he be more than generally characterized (the addressee of […]

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