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How big of a role does the narrator play in the action of the story he tells?

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What sight catalyzes the narrator's eventual transformation into an artist?

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What Freudian term might one use to describe the image that the narrator witnesses in the woods?

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By saying that the old woman is "nothing special," what does the narrator imply about her suffering?

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Who does Mrs. Grimes feed, either literally or figuratively, in the course of the story?