English - ms. sue

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i also not get this one which be talk about 'madness' as social experience (phenonmenan) compare experience of madness with other kinds eg. social dev iates.

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    We don't know how the narrator acts with people other than John and Jenny. Most madness affects many others as they interact, or don't interact with other people. This narrator's madness is confined to her own mind.

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    thanks very much ms. sue :)

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    You're very welcome, Mohammad.

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