Daniel Orozco's Orientation

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As many know, an orientation is a long, extenuating process that is used in order to provide vital information, whether it pertain to a job or even school. The information is drilled into each individual’s brain by repetition of words and even by words typed on a piece of paper. In Daniel Orozco’s “Orientation,” the reader can see that this isn’t just any normal orientation being given, it was more like an in-depth view into each employee’s life whether it pertained to the office or their personal life. With this particular short story, there is proof that this is a stereotypical view on an orientation, but with his use of repetition, humorous words, and lack of dialogue between characters, he truly captures the essence of what orientation

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