Identity In Cat's Eye

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The word identity is the fact of being who or what a person or thing is. Your identity is what you are recognized as by your friends and yourself. The actions that people take throughout their childhood and into their adulthood shape their identity and help develop the person you are. This concept of identity is evident in the novel Cat’s Eye by Margaret Atwood. The character Elaine Risley tells the stories of her growing up as a child and how it influenced her life as an adult. Through her friends, her traditions and experiences, her identity begins to take shape. Similar to Elaine’s life, my identity has also been impacted by these three influences throughout my childhood and into my teenage years. Friends are perhaps the biggest
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