Like The Stone By Susan Griffin Summary

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Articulate writer, an unapologetic feminist, Susan Griffin in the Chorus of Stones paint a descriptive assessment about the combination of childhood experience, gender, sexuality, inners ambition, and all together combine can play important parts in the duality of causes and effects of war. In this essay, I will describe how Griffin blend cellular biology and weaponry to explain the lives of her subjects and their actions later in life. According to Griffin the nucleus of a cell origin and its significance is the beginning or the core that shape our lives. “Like the stone in a cherry, it is found in the center of the cell, and like this stone keeps its precious kernel in a shell” (p. 404). What Role of RNA and DNA in future life events? …show more content…
These pores allow only some substances to pass through them, mediating the movement of materials in and out of the nucleus” (p. 404). Griffin describes the connection between human behavior and our tendencies toward compassion or complete indifference. The cold and Heinrich Himmler’s kid; is untimely metamorphose into the chief architect of Jewish concentration camp, a master in the genocide concept, while at the same time supervise the Nazi V-1 rocket program. On the other hand Griffin’s self- reflected on her own interrupted girlhood, a dysfunctional family dynamic and living with an abusive Grandmother trying to transformed her into a woman. The Himmler diaries is a constant reminder to Griffin about her own family drama and the life she had at her grandmother’s house. "We were not comfortable with ourselves as a family. There was a great-shared suffering, and yet we never wept together, except for my mother, who would alternately weep and rage when she was drunk. Together, under my grandmother’s tutelage, we kept up appearances. Her effort was ceaseless” (p, 307). And later when Leo confess to her how murdered an innocent black man after returning from war, realize after looking into his broken face that: "he’s just like me” (p, 341).” This event forced Griffin to deal with her nucleus makeup, this specific stage finally broke her down. Her biological fabric is unleashed, and she is

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