The Virgin Suicides by Jeffery Eugenides: An analysis of the narrator
A lifetime search for "why?" is often met with silence. Opinions, memories, and mementos become exhibits in a museum that doesn't exist, and as we grow we learn that many attempts to save those who force themselves to be doomed are often futile. This is clearly shown in the book "The Virgin Suicides". In this, a group of young, neighborhood boys watch 5 girls deteriorate into ghosts only to haunt them for the rest of their lives.
<Tab/>While the book specifically names several of these boys, it is unclear which one is really speaking. The narrator seems to take the shape…
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