Analysis Of Flying Over Waters

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Being an auditory and visual learner, I appreciate hearing the author verbalize the short story “Flying Over Waters.” It is embarrassing to admit that my own writing falls short of the beauty of creative writing; however, by hearing the story read aloud by Ellen Klages, complete with all of the love and passion she intended for the piece, I feel my own creative vocabulary increase. By actually hearing the spoken text, I obtain first-hand knowledge of the resentment and insecurity of ‘Critter’ (the main character). The point of view portrayed is that of an overprotected, imaginative and slightly overweight preteen girl. The writer’s use of “dialogue dramatization” adds to the mood and personality of the main character as well as to each of the
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