Michael Soto The Pie Analysis

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At the end of the passage, Soto’s demonstrates his remorse through the repetition of the people who knew about his sin and him flinging thirsty. Thus, supporting his utter resentment and guilt from stealing and consuming the apple pie. “A car honked, the driver knew…Mrs.Hancock…she knew…My mom…knew.” Soto’s conscious is filled with guilt, by repeating the term “knew,” the reader can conclude that Soto’s paranoia from consuming the pie is truly starting to effect him. Although, there is no possible way for these people to “know” that Soto has committed a sin, the haunting repetition alludes to Soto’s bursting guilt. Furthermore, Soto’s fantasy was short lived once inhaling the stolen pie, therefore he begins to participates in an activity that

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