"Why I Live at the P.O."
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This paper explores whether the character of "sister" in the story "Why I Live at the P.O." genuinely achieves freedom after she moves out of the house of her family. The paper considers whether, from an existentialist point of view, sister has taken responsibility for her choices and whether, in feminist terms, she has shaken off a repressive patriarchal family and truly liberated herself. Furthermore, the paper considers, from a psychological approach, whether or not sister has taken a step towards her adult self.
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