Published January 2000
by Apple Signature (Scholastic) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
The events of the story “Diary of an Interesting Year” by Helen Simpson begin in the year , at the beginning of February, when the narrator’s husband, G., gives her a notebook as a birthday present. The narrator begins a diary in which she mostly focuses on surviving in a post-global-warming world. Diary of a Junior Doctor August 1st Whew. Just got my new contract! Very exciting. They would conduct ‘diary card exercises’ to monitor our hours only when 2 people were on leave meaning that the average of those 2 (0) plus the others working 80 hr plus weeks was magically under 56hrs to meet compliance! Here you can read the summarised version of our analysis of the short story “Diary of an Interesting Year” by Helen Simpson. The story takes the form of a diary and follows a traditional plot structure, having an exposition, a rising action, a climax, a falling action, and an open most important characters are the narrator, her husband G., and her husband’s murderer, M. Decem Photograph by Henk Wildschut, “Calais, France, Feb. ” F_ebru _. My thirtieth birthday. G. gave me this little spiral-bound notebook and a Biro. It’s a good.
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