Characterization, Setting, Theme In John Updike's A And P

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Discuss one of the following regarding John Updike's "A&P": Characterization, Setting, Theme.
Sammy is the narrator of this story. He is an opinionated teenager who describes people shopping at the store as “sheep”. He believes everyone acts the same. When he sees the girls, he feels that there are people who are able to break out what is expected and can act different. By quitting his job, Sammy shows he is no “sheep” and have authority to act differently. The story takes place in a grocery store in a beach town. Without the setting, the girls would not have wandered the aisles and Sammy would not have a chance to quit his job. The theme of the story is appearance. The three girls walk in the grocery store with their beach outfits and get

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