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The Graduate – 1st person narrative
My name is Benjamin and I’ve just graduated as a teacher. Now I’m home, and I’m waiting for a party. It is because that my parents are proud of me because I’m now able to become a teacher.
Actually, I didn’t enjoy the party at all. I had so many things on my mind that I didn’t care about all the guests. I know that they just wanted to congratulate me, but I just didn’t enjoy it as much as I could. You see, now when I’m done with my graduation my life and mind has become very trivial. The days look like each other, and I don’t know what to do anymore, so I have to think about it. I have to think a lot..about everything.
I went up to my room to think, but someone suddenly came in of the door. My father had a business partner and it was his wife, Mrs. Robinson, who was there.
She wanted me to follow her home, and I felt like i had to do it because she wasn’t sober..at all! I drove her home. As soon as we arrived at her house I wanted to go back home, but she had other plans. She tried to seduce me.
She even got bare naked and let me see her. She told me that she was avoidable for me, but I just wanted to go home so I did so.
However, after travelling a lot I wanted to see her and have sex with her. So I arranged a meeting with her in a hotel. But because of that I only got problems because I felt in love with Mrs. Robinson’s daughter, Elaine. And I don’t know how to make her mine; because I’ve had sex with her…...

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