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The narrator describes “how you can bury” the past as being wrong because “the past claws its way out” (1).
The personification in this text explains the narrator’s belief that
the sarcasm of the narrator’s views of Ali are ill-founded.
the past is a living creature in everyone’s life.
he earnestly believes in the existence of an afterlife.
he is fearful of the wrath that he has experienced.
the time-sensitive notion of the future and the present are one in the same.