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Los Angeles Pierce College Literature Motherhood Physical Grief Paper

Choose two subjects(same subjects as critical reading and preparation assignment)- Subject 1: Mothers/Motherhood and Subject 2: Grief/Loss-Physical or Metaphorical


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  • “We aren’t poor,” my mother said, again and again. “Because we’re rich in love (14).”
  • “I’d realize in a piercing way that my mother was right. That someday I would be grateful and that in fact I was grateful now, that I felt something growing in me that was strong and real (17).”
  • Leif didn’t come to visit her. Karen came once after I’d insisted she must. I was in heartbroken and enraged disbelief (21).:
  • I prayed fervently, rabidly, to God, any god, to a god I could not identify or find. I cursed my mother, who’d not given me any religious education. Resentful of her own repressive Catholic upbringing, she’d avoided church altogether in her adult life, and now she was dying and I didn’t even have God (23).”
  • I had no “home,” even though the house we built still stood. Leif and Karen and I were inextricably bound as siblings, but we spoke and saw one another rarely, our lives profoundly different. Paul and I had finalized our divorce the month before, after a harrowing yearlong separation (30). 
  • All of that was impossible now, regardless of what the letter said. My mom was dead. My mom was dead. MY mom was dead. Everything I ever imagined about myself had disappeared into the crack of her last breath (34).”
  • I was crying over all of it, over the sick mire I’d made of my life since my mother died; over the stupid existence that had become my own. I was not meant to be this way, to live this way, to fail so darkly (56).”
  • I had to change I had to change was the thought that drove me in those months of planning. Not into a different person, but back to the person I used to be — strong and responsible, clear-eyed, and driven, ethical, and good (57).”
  • As the notion of quitting settled in, I cam up with another reason to bolster my belief that this whole PCT hike had been an outlandishly stupid idea (85).” 
  • I’d imagined endless meditations upon sunsets or while starting out across pristine mountain lakes. I’d thought I’d weep tears of cathartic sorrow and restorative joy each day of my journey. Instead I only moaned, and not because my heart ached. It was because my feet did and my back did and so did the still-open wounds all around my hips (85).”  
  • I hiked in the heat of that day with a new determination. Inspired by Greg’s faith in me, I didn’t give quitting another thought. I hardly new him and yet he had become a beacon for me, my guiding start to the north. If he could do this, I could, I thought furiously (90).                                                                                                                                                                   

You may use any these quotes to provide evidence for your claims pertaining to the 2 subject motherhood and grief. You may also use other quotes from the book that supports your statements. I will provide a pdf of the book below and there is also a movie if you would prefer that. Book:…


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