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It may have just been me but I felt there was two stories... Mix Send a noteboard - 25/07/2013 03:35:53 AM
  1. The story being told at face value.

And

  1. A hidden story - that what we are reading is a memory of child's imaginative attemp to understand things that he can not understand - death, sex, abuse.

I kind of wish the end had been more ambiguous - to make it more up to the reader if the events are real or imagined (in universe).

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