Connects with the outsider little narrative from Alexander and asks a question about whether outsider narratives are always linked to better performance.
Connects to upward mobility myth from Alexander reading, where the author connects all future success back to the specific literacy narrative.
Points out the privilege of victim narratives, bouncing off of the ideas from Alexander.
Trying to find commonalities of victim narratives from Alexander.
Explains the change in the perspective of the author to a victim narrative.
Trying to find commonalities of victim narrative based on other readings.
Connecting sponsorship from Brandt to the possible outsider little narrative of the story.
Questions the other category that may fit with the specific passage.