The Outsider In Fiction Analysis

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The Outsider in Fiction: Journal Response

The article ‘The Outsider in Fiction’ by Orson Scott Card talks about the point of view of an outsider, and how the term ‘outsiders’ can connect with everyone in today’s society. After reading, and carefully analyzing every texts, sentences, or passages in the article.The quote that jumped out at me the most was “Only rarely are there times when we feel that we truly belong and are utterly accepted— and then those times usually end with disillusionment, when we realize that we were never really as ‘inside’ as we though we were” (paragraph 4). I understand the point the author was trying to make, and the details the author phrased in order to support the main idea. But rather than believing that
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