Bigfoot Stole My Wife Analysis

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One of the most interesting of short stories I have read is Rob Carlson’s BigFoot Stole My Wife. Unlike most outrageous titles, the words in this stories are as unusual as you may imagine. The famous Rob Carlson has written a lot of short stories like said subject. According to the site Napawritersconference.Org, they state: Carlson is a highly regarded teacher that mastery in writing in only matched by his giving and loving personality (Lakin). He tends to use the rules of what not to do in writing and pours it to his works to display a point. By teaching what he loved, he because of quite a known name in literature. Because of his love and passion for writing, Rob Carlson has run plenty of writing shops around his country. Also on Napawritersconference.Org,…show more content…
From someone as clever and experienced as Rob Carlson, a paper named Bigfoot Stole My Wife, will at the very least be entertaining. In this essay, it will explain what Bigfoot Stole My Wife what occurred in it, what is causing Narrator to lie, and what it says in our culture. First off, the humorous satire at what types of articles that may be found in less than reliable newspapers or websites. In BigFoot Stole My Wife, it displays the story of a man who convinced himself that bigfoot had broken into his house and took his wife away. This is a huge leap in logical, to say the least. In this story, we can find context clues that prove that this did not happen. See, the first clue we get is his gambling problems and his wife’s disdain for this habits: “In the two and a half years we were married, I often had the feeling that I would come home from the track and something would be funny. Oh, she'd say things: One of these days I'm not going to be here when you get home, things like that, things like everybody says. How stupid of me not to see them as omens” (Carlson, Rob). Not only does his wife seem to be unhappy with the narrator, but it shows the wife, Tracy, blatantly states she wants to leave him. True,
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