An interwoven fiction piece representing four perspectives and its effects on self-awareness. The most effective way to blur the line of self in this structure is to braid the minds, voices, and stories, of each perspective. With a focal point where all the voices eventually drift to being the frame of the story, there will be a unique distance between the stories. This thesis explores the effects of different types of mental and physiological illnesses through fiction, highlighting the effect of perception on fact and the perspective of the mentally ill.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
College of Arts and Humanities
Orlando (Main) Campus
Hinds, Cassia E., "Five Degrees: A Short Story" (2016). Honors in the Major Theses. 124.