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Narrative Design of Little Home on The Prairie When you initially start reading Little Home on the Prairie you see it really is told through the eye of a little gal named Laura. Her perspective is very reasonable and captivating. She will pay very close focus on the details of your day to time living and the occasions that are occurring around her. She also notices the way the prairie appears and what the elements is similar to each full day. With her descriptions you can picture everything in your thoughts clearly, and you are feeling like you are there next to Laura living her life. When Laura is usually describing something she attracts our senses by informing you how something smells, feels, sounds, or preferences. She describes how Ma makes their meals and what they consume each full day. "She set the iron bake-oven in the coals too. Although it heated, she blended salt and cornmeal with drinking water and patted it into little cakes. She greased the bake-oven with a pork-rind, laid the cornmeal cakes in it, and placed on its iron cover. Pa raked even more coals over the cover after that, while Ma sliced extra fat salt pork. She fried the slices in the iron spider" (30). Laura also tells you the way the food tastes and if it's cold or warm. She sometimes describes Ma ironing and cleaning or doing various other household chore but barely spends any moment carrying it out. "Then Ma had taken the sadiron from the wagon and heated it by the fire. She sprinkled a gown for Mary and a gown for Laura and just a little outfit for Baby Carrie, and her personal sprigged calico. She spread a blanket and a sheet on the wagon chair, and she ironed the dresses"(47). She loves to though discuss her Pa, he's her hero and she seems that her dad is invincible and will shield her from anything. When describing the day's e...