"How I Met My Husband"
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This paper discusses the story, "How I Met My Husband" by Alice Munro. It looks at how the story's central character is Edie, who serves as the narrator of her life and the telling of how she inadvertently met her future husband. It discusses her perspective on the world, as well as how her language determines the type of character she is and how that character perceives the world around her.
From the Paper:"Alice Munro's story, "How I Met My Husband" is told from the perspective of the narrator, Edie. Edie determines the style of the story by discussing the elements of her life from a young girl of fifteen, and as a woman. She recants tales of those that she has known, and of the man that she believed she deeply loved. Edie relates her life from the viewpoint of an innocent child that was raised in poverty, was uneducated, and saw life from a simplistic perspective. In this manner the story is, therefore, influenced by Edie's view of the world, and how she perceived the things, and people in it. This is evident as Edie discusses her former home in which the house was lit with oil lamps, and leaks were plugged with rags (Munro ). "
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