Personal Narrative: The Twelve Photos

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To really discover myself, I must look toward myself, not in the way I have perceived myself before. I must look through an unknown foreign third person perspective to discover myself through the evidence I have left behind that resembles the thought of who I am. I must also peer into how I convey my identity with the objects that I own, and must create resemblance with my evidence and my character. I must inspect the photos of items he left behind, and conclude his personality traits. Luckily, I have left evidence behind when I took two personal tests. The Twelve Photos Test, and the Twenty Statements test, that I believed really defined me as who I currently am today. Unfortunately, I will be using one test out of the two, I decided to take the photos of the twelve statements test for a variety of reasons. Firstly, one can take much more information from a photo than a statement, and secondly, Gosling used the same exact tactic that I will be employing. Using Gosling’s method of “snooping”, I will impersonate the role of a detective. I will look through the pictures I have…show more content…
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