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When he is made to stay late after school, rather than admitting the truth to his parents he claims that he and “all the children stayed to watch [Charles]” (40) when he was held back.
Rather than telling his parents that he “yelled so much that [a] teacher came in from first grade” (39) to reprimand him, making him stay behind, he invented another reason to excuse his actions.
A TEXT TO TEXT connection requires you to draw specific links between the assigned text, and another text with which you are familiar.
A TEXT TO WORLD connection requires you to draw specific links between the assigned text, and events occurring in the world around you.
However, near the end of the text it is revealed that The Narrator is Tyler Durden, which causes the reader the view past actions through a new lens.
The importance of this connection is that is demonstrates that one’s willingness to conceal the truth from others through the invention of a new personality is not limited to adults.
By finding the commonality between the two texts they will develop strong insight into them.
the reader assumes that Laurie and Charles are two unique individuals.
There are three main types of connections: Text to Text, Text to World, and Text to Self.
A text can be – but is not limited to – a book, an article, a song, a video game, a painting, etc.