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How I Learned to Drive is the story of Li'l Bit's teenaged lifestyle. The 17 year-old Li'l Bit functions as the narrator of this story, following her life between 11 and 17 years old. The story mainly revolves round Li'l Bit and Uncle Peck, the guy who molests and sexualizes Li'l Bit throughout the narrative. The story makes the story itself into a story as a consequence of the narratorial and dissociative structure. The life of Li'l Bit, and even her description of events that are near her in the present, is structured as a drama along with her running commentary is full of humor, satire, etc (like she's a comedian making a joke in bad taste). This manner of narration suggests Li'l Bit comes with an attitude of dissociation, or a detachment from in the events which she refers to the audience. The action of molestation is itself dramatized in such a manner that it takes on the appearance of dream, losing using its reality its moral burden, and also the molester, Uncle Peck, isn't only a character of great irony but also of great ambiguity. He's never condemned for his actions; rather he's sympathized with, and he's unwittingly supported by his family. To truly know How I Learned to Drive, an individual must not look to the text itself for replies, as the metastory and story are equally distinct fictions (which hampers using psychological, social, and formalist critical methods) and you may not look to an inherent moral message, since the entirety of this text is pervaded by moral ambiguity. It is in the act of translating our response by which I Learned to Drive may be understood. How I Learned to Drive gave me a feeling of religious optimism, amusement, anger, and bewilderment. During my studying of How I Learned to Drive, I was surprised by.