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Michelle is a sophomore in the DO Dual Admission program majoring in Biology with minors in Studio Art and Honors Transdisciplinary Studies. She has been involved in Digressions since her freshman year as a reviewer, and she hopes to keep artistic expression close in her pursuit of becoming a physician.
In Grace Cho's memoir Tastes Like War, she states that her brother, Neville, was the one who had found her mother when she died. This scene will take place under Neville’s point of view, because his thoughts about their family’s situation are not examined very thoroughly throughout the memoir. Considering Cho and Neville’s starkly contrasting opinions about their family experiences, I thought it would be interesting to try reading this scene from Neville’s perspective."
Gorodisky, Michelle L.
"Koonja's Death from Neville's Perspective,"
Digressions: Literary & Art Journal: Vol. 20, Article 27.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/digressions/vol20/iss1/27