My Brother’s Toy

The little girl looked at her older brother playing with his toy cars.
She held a stuffed doll on her hands. She was about to go upstairs when she felt her brother’s hand reach out to her.
“Where are you going?” he asked.
“I’m going to mom’s room. I heard her shouting.”
“No, you shouldn’t go there. Dad will be angry.”
“But I want to. I want to tell her to buy me a toy car too.”
“No she wouldn’t buy you any. Stay here!”
She cried.
Her brother wouldn’t let her so she just seated herself in a low chair and threw her doll to the corner. Her brother smirked at her.

In this piece, I want my to show binary oppositions that are also part of the system of language in structuralism. It reveals some the “cognitive models” of reality.

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