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Yours Will Do Nicely

The complexity of the conflicts and the characters of “Yours Will Do Nicely” makes me extremely jealous. I wish my name could be stamped upon this story, and I could invoke some of the reactions Rivecca’s writing pulled from me as I read. I found myself unapologetically embarrassed sitting on my bed erupting into fits […]

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Yours Will Do Nicely

The first thing I noticed about this story, I didn’t like. The first paragraph reminded me of the way I wrote early on in my college career; the characteristic drop into a story without much of an entrance,  the summary of what was happening in a common way, then the single long sentence filled with […]

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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 […]

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Yours Will Do Nicely

The characters are alive and they have taken over. They have told us volumes about themselves simply through what they say. It could be about something that has little to no importance to the story and it would not only tell us about their character, but about how they have been living. It could be […]

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