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Uncle Wiggly in Connecticut
In "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut" Salinger presents us with a woman, Eloisa, who seems careless because she did not marry Walt, the man she loved. Throughout the story Eloisa constantly criticizes her daughter's actions, insults her old college roommate, Mary Jane, and is extremely inconsiderate towards her maid, Grace. She continuously bombards her daughter, Ramona, with commands as if she is a dog. For instance, during the conversation Ramona had with Mary Jane, Eloisa told her to "stop" scratching, to "stand-up straight," and to "answer" Mary Jane's question "but immediately." Although…
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