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By giving vivid description of how John bullies the narrator, the writer has actually told the readers that John hates the narrator though he is his step brother. Also, it has made the readers to have sympathy for the narrator.
The writer uses first person narration to describe the relationship between John and the narrator...
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By writing in the first person point of view, the readers are allowed to share the narrator’s feelings. This creates sympathy. For example, when John throws a book at the narrator which causes him to fall and cut his head, we feel sad for the narrator. This makes us feel that John is very violent and that he bullies younger people like the narrator...
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