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Part Three: Briony
Part Three of Atonement is told from Briony's point of view. She is a different person from the one we first encountered. As she says, she has grown up. Why do you think that Briony has chosen the very difficult life of a nurse in soon to be war-torn London over that of a Cambridge student? In what ways is she the same little girl? In what ways is she different? Have your feelings about her changed? Further, what part of this section did you find the most gripping? And what about intertextuality? Does this section recall any other works? Please convince me this time that you have really read this part.
Due to NFNF and the "holiday," your blog post to this part is due Friday, April 6 ( not Thursday), and your response to a classmate's blog is due Monday, April 9 (not Sunday).
Article posted March 30, 2012 at 12:10 PM •
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