четверг, 31 января 2019 г.

Merciless Death in Katherine Anne Porters The Jilting of Granny Weathe

Merciless Death in The Jilting of Granny Weatherall In The Jilting of Granny Weatherall, Katherine Anne Porter gives readers a glimpse of the thoughts of a woman about(predicate) to die. Lying in her bed in her daughter Cornelias house, eighty-year-old Granny Weatherall drifts in and out of consciousness. Through her thoughts of events both current and bygone, it is learned that Granny has worked leaden all her life, and frequently tells herself that she did a good job. She thinks of events that made her stronger digging holes for turn over posts, riding country roads in the winter when women had their babies (311), taking anxiety of sick animals and sick children. Though Granny Weatherall tries to assure herself that her life has been rewarding, she is in fact unsatisfied in her last hours because of things left(a) undone, being do by like a child in her old age, and loved ones she has lost. When it becomes evident to her that her time is running out, Granny realizes there are many things left undone that she meant to do. Granny thinks of tomorrow, a time that is far away and ...

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