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Eric Youm
Aug 22, 2016 Eric Youm rated it it was amazing
The short story “Gaston” by William Saroyan is a creative story that portrays the lovable part of a torn family. The father and daughter plays an important role in this story. If his daughter wanted something to eat or get he gets them all for his daughter just like the normal fathers in this world. But this story is not based on the relationship between the daughter and the father. It’s mainly about the bug that was found in a rotten peach.
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William Saroyan was an American - Armenian author. The setting of many of his stories and plays was Fresno, California (sometimes under a fictional name), the center of Armenian-American life in California and where he grew up.
Saroyan was born in Fresno, California to Armenian immigrants from Bitlis, Turkey. At the age of three, after his father's death, Saroyan was placed in the orphanage in Oakl
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