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In Jean Rhys’s story, “Illusion,” the narrator discovers a secret about her friend Miss Bruce.

In Jean Rhys’s story, “Illusion,” the narrator discovers a secret about her friend Miss Bruce.
In an essay, analyze the way that the narrator thinks about Miss Bruce before and after this discovery. Analyze three (3) moments that demonstrate her attitude toward her friend, including at least one (1) moment that appears after the discovery. How does her attitude change? Give plenty of specific details to illustrate your argument. (Note: your analysis should include tangible/literal elements as well as emotional/symbolic elements.)

outline format:

I. COMPLETE THESIS STATEMENT (should summarize your position and briefly indicate your three supporting reasons):
II. BODY PARAGRAPH 1

A. Main idea:

B. Example or examples:

C. Your analysis:
III. BODY PARAGRAPH 2

A. Main idea:

B. Example or examples:

C. Your analysis:

IV. BODY PARAGRAPH 3

A. Main idea:

B. Example or examples:

C. Your analysis:
V. Conclusion

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