Choices by Susan Kerslake. The point of view for this story is third person is because the narrator uses “he” or “she” and talks. What if one of those seemingly insignificant choices impacted your life forever? In “Choices” by Susan Kerslake we meet Peggy, a beautiful. Choices: Susan Kerslake. What do you think the author Susan Kerslake was trying to say about the relationship between Peggy and ken? Choices starts out with.
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Choices susqn influence our everyday life, but have you ever thought about the small decisions that you make daily? What if one of those seemingly insignificant choices impacted your life forever? Peggy has been asked by her friend, Ken, to go out for the weekend on a choides. Susan Kerslake uses subtle hints and very specific wording to give the reader the impression that Peggy would rather stay home than go on the trip with Ken.
Which can be seen in the quote: Peggy mentions that the plans that Ken had for the weekend, what they would do together, is something that she could accomplish at home. Susan Kerslake foreshadows the choice that Peggy ends up making and the consequences when you read the line: One of those choices that I can relate to is texting suasn driving.
In your mind, texting while you drive can seem like a small insignificant choice, but that one decision could cause you to lose your life. Knowing that fact alone is keerslake I choose not to text while I drive, in the hope that I can spare the life of someone else and mine. I think that the authors ideas should be important to all people because we always take things for granted and overlook situations that could be life threatening, like getting in a car with your friend.
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