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Additional Information In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: The book tells the story of two twenty-somethings, Will Chmielewski and his friend Hand. Through a random sequence of events, a photo of Will screwing in a light bulb was turned into a logo for a light bulb manufacturer.
Neither one of them, for instance, has a visa. They also want to travel off the beaten path and incorporate as much variety into the trip as they can. The second itinerary overcompensates and winds up including too many places that are too cold. The rest of the trip will be improvised.
They also purchase disposable clothing that can be worn in layers and discarded along the way It does not take long for even this streamlined plan to fall apart. They quickly change plans and get tickets to Dakar. Their whirlwind trip around the world is ultimately reduced to a small sampling of Senegal, Morocco, Estonia, and Latvia.
The two never make it to the pyramids, and when they are able to follow through on a plan, things rarely turn out the way they expect. Still, the travelers press on in hope of seeing the world and giving away money to strangers.
The biggest question hanging over the opening pages of the text is why? In part the answer is obscured by the psychology of the characters involved. He provides basic information about his past early on in the story, but, like the narrator in A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius, he wrestles with past traumas throughout the text and slowly reveals crucial details as the story develops.
I could not be excited and could not be upset. I was not sullen; I was predictable. One night, as Hand sleeps, Will imagines the two of them in a discussion about this period.
Will denies the connection and instead links the change in his behavior to the diagnosis of a heart condition that causes him to lose consciousness periodically.
If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click 'Authenticate'. You are not currently authenticated. View freely available titles:Dave Eggers is an American writer and publisher.
Author of more than ten novels and novellas and five bestselling nonfiction books, he is probably most famous for “A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius,” a memoir which follows Eggers’ stewardship of his younger brother Cristopher Eggers. The short story Accident by Dave Eggers describes a scene of an accident between the narrator of the story and the three teenagers in the car involved.
This story is written in the perspective of 2nd person. The theme for the short story Accident is that positive things can come out of bad events. Get everything you need to know about Dave Eggers in A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.
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Presents a collection of short stories about significant moments which marked a turning point in the lives of young protagonists by such authors as Anne Mazer, Alan Stewart Carl, Dave Eggers. Dave Eggers short story, “Accident,” describes the scene of an accident between the narrator and a car full of three teenagers.
Eggers chose to tell his.