What Is The Effect Of The Narrator Telling These Little Stories About Her Out Of Chronological Order English Composition Ii Discussion 7

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In my opinion, I think that the main purpose of the "technique" is to catch the reader's attention and interest.
It's like watching a an episode of a crime scene and trying to guess who the murdered is. I felt the same way reading "A rose for Emily".
In addition, it helps the reader to focus more in little details so we can try to guess what to expect from the small story. Everybody...

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