Samantha Irby approaches several ideas and realities in her essays. I would argue that there are two or maybe three topics which dominate her attitude and narrative. In your opinion, what are those topics, and in what THREE essays do you see them most? Please cite examples, and explain them. Thanks….. -pm
Self-perception and estimation… How you see yourself… How does Irby tackle this topic? What does she suggest to readers in terms of viewing one’s self, and reaching a consistency of true happiness?
Always in P-O-Z.
We all have things we want, and ways we wish out story to progress. What do you do when things don’t occur they way you envisioned? We’re human, so frustration, sadness, even anger is natural. But you have to move past it eventually if you’re to reach what you seek. How do you move…
The story compiles and shifts and composes new directed directions.
Happiness and being happy isn’t a product of or extension from perfection, I realize. Not even sure balance has much to do with it. More so, I see it as the dimension of self-peace… knowing your Beat, enjoying the character you are, and the story. Thoughts? (8/20/21)
How do you want to be read? What do you hope a reader takes away from your story? Explain…..