Love In L.A. Short Story By Dagoberto Gilb 1950 Born College Analyzing

408 words - 2 pages

Seifu Borja
Professor Folwel
 English 101 A
April 6, 2019
Love in L.A.
the main character Jakes personality is the narrator’s descriptive, as well as narration of the story. In the beginning of the story we can see that the author describes Jake such that one can assume that he is probably young in early 20’s. We can determine this because of Jakes style and thoughts when he is driving his car. His way of understanding is like of a younger person who has obsessions in life, like the categorize of most guys, are cars and freedom. When the author states that [Jake] needed an FM radio in something better than this 58 Buick (Gilb, 657), he demonstrates
The story started with Jake driving motionless traffic on the freeway in Los Angeles California he knows it well for long time. He seems like very lazy, careless, irresponsible, protagonist, Jake is clearly lonely and unhappy from his lifestyle. but he didn’t do anything to change it. He is so captivated by his dream for the better car which has air condition for summer and heater for winter other than the 1958 Buick than he drove. He was also dreaming to change the wh...

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