Marry Me MISFIT.
By kerra white
Marry Me Mistfit, That is not a joke. The Mistfit seems to be a mysterious guy, who honestly has no idea why he was being punished, "I call myself The Misfit […] because I can't make what all I done wrong fit what all I gone through in punishment" (Pg. ). The story goes thorough and he is the major topic on people’s mind ever since he escaped the ‘pin’. He seems intelligent, but is the one character that actually questions life and religion.
The Misfit was Put away in Prison for killing his father, but as the story goes on, he questions why he was punished, he was convinced that he had not killed his father. He spoke with certainly that His father, Had ...view middle of the document...
The Misfit knows it wasn't a mistake, because "they had the papers on me" (115). Later on, he compares himself to Jesus, who never committed any crime. The difference between The Misfit and Jesus is that "they" could prove he (The Misfit) had committed a crime because they had papers on him.
But with saying that The Misfit’s excate words were, "It was the same case with Him as with me except He hadn't committed any crime and they could prove I had committed one because they had the papers on me. Of course," he said, "they never shown me my papers. That's why I sign myself now." (129) Which brings up the questions on he states that. And if he can not really remember committing a crime. Which brings me to a theory, was does the misfit have a multiple personalty disorder?
A Dissociative identity disorder (D.I.D), formerly called multiple personality disorder, is an illness that is characterized by the presence of at least two clear personality states, called alters, which may have different reactions, emotions, and body functioning. “D.I.D is diagnosed nine times more often in females than in males.” (Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD), Signs and symptoms of D.I.D include memory lapses, blackouts, being often accused of lying, finding apparently strange items among one's possessions, having apparent strangers recognize them as someone else, feeling unreal, and feeling like more than one person.
Through out the story, The idea of D.I.D is a firm suspsion while, he talks about still not remembering why he was punished, but they had papers on him. So looking closely, Could the Misfit, be called Misfit, because clearly, he was more than one person, and was to timid to realize it? Or could the possiblty of D.I.D be a false player...