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Music

By Clayanderson9/7/2020 11:00Thu Jul 9 11:00:34 2020

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No discussion of this novel would be complete without mentioning music. In the opening scene, when gunshots crack the air, Blanche mistakes them for lightning, superstitiously thinking she’s brought on a storm. And music continues to loom throughout Frog Music. The songs add texture and heart to the narrative—Jenny’s an inveterate songster, picking up music as she cavorts around the city, and this habit in turn becomes Blanche’s. The songs, in some ways, influence the events of the narrative as much as the thesis writing service characters’ actions do—the pulse of the music beating firmly beneath the plot.

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