Aimee Bender The Rememberer

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Flavia Braun
English Literature

The Rememberer

This story got me wondering if I was reading correctly. It took me a moment to realize what the author, was trying to talk about. It was a little bit confusing for me to understand it in the beginning. After analyzing the story I started realizing that it was about reverse evolution. I thought it was a smart way to talk about growing old. I believe there must be tons of ways to do an interpretation of Aimee Bender’s story. But, the one I thought first and that I identified the most was growing old. For me it’s clearly about a couple that is growing old together, and as reality in life, we see our loved ones getting sick. The lady on the story is the one who gets left, basically alone, taking

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