The Reunion Critique
In Andre Dubus's short story, "Reunion," the author introduces a character that shows more interest in fighting with others than noticing his son who he has not seen for years. Trying to find a nice place to sit and talk, the father gives all his attention to the waiters demanding better service and more drinks in an ill-mannered approach. It almost seems as if the father is making an effort to start trouble. By what the father says and does, the author exemplifies an inconsiderate, self-centered and cantankerous character that the reader may not be fond of.
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