"I stand here ironing" half interpretation, half book report
I Stand Here Ironing
<Tab/>"I stand here ironing and what you have asked me moves tormented back and forth with the iron" (McQuade 73).
"She was a beautiful baby. You did not know all those years she was thought homely, or see her poring over her baby pictures, making me tell her over and over how beautiful she had been- and would be, I would tell her- and was now, to the Seeing Eye. But seeing eyes were few or nonexistent. Including mine."(McQuade 73). She was such a beautiful baby, and loved the world around her. When Emily was eight months old, fathers left them to fe…
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