The Sun, The Moon, By Junot Diaz Essay

1146 Words Apr 21st, 2016 null Page
When reading The Sun, the Moon, the Stars you initially make a strong connection with the narrator Yunior due to Junot Diaz’s his use of first person bias. This narrator bias, connects the reader to looking though Yunior’s point of view and becoming emotionally connected with this character throughout the story. Comparably, throughout the story you begin to gain a sense that Yunior also plays a strong role of an unreliable narrator, and the conflict arises of whether or not to trust in what he is saying. This was my inspiration to create a BuzzFeed article in list form or better known as a “listable”. With today’s social media the most popular and intriguing way to read articles is in list form. In addition to the listable adding popular “gifs” to accommodate each sign gives a comedic sense to a rather depressing topic. When recreating this short story I wanted to focus to the relationship between Yunior and Magda from an outside perspective. This differs from the original structure by taking out the first person bias and allowing the reader to look beyond the mask of Yunior and free to make his or her own conclusion of whether or not to trust what Yunior is saying. The title of my BuzzFeed article is, “15 Signs your Girlfriend really isn’t that into you”. From this stance you are able to inquire the signs that Magda was displaying in connection to her relationship with Yunior. Without reading the original short story by Diaz, you are able to capture the…

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