In “The Leap,” the narrator’s mother deals with the past in an unusual way. She
keeps old photographs, posters, and clippings all over her house.
often tells highly exaggerated stories about her youth.
hardly talks about it and has kept very few souvenirs.
still seems to think she is living in the time when she was young.
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I have one more. Can I ask it
In "The Leap," when the narrator says that her mother “has never . . . bumped into a closet door left carelessly open,” the narrator is referring to the fact that her mother keeps the house very clean.
I think it is false. but I dont know
I think it is false also, but im not 100% sure... I don't remember this part.