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Literary Analysis

This is my assignment and I'm severely struggling with it. I've done great with my other assignments for this class except for this one that has me struggling. Please help.. Hello class, Here is the outline for the assignment along with links to each of the stories. If the link isn't a hyper link (in color) you just need to copy and paste it in directly. Remember to choose one pairing, two stories that are listed below together, not a pair of pairings (which would be four stories). Introduction: Introduce author and title of both of your stories. You may use the subject of the story, a biographical account of the author or a general theme from the piece to begin your discussion. Think of this as an "icebreaker." For example you might start an essay analyzing "The Death of Tommy Grimes" with a discussion of racism in America or father-son family dynamics. Be sure to inform reader that the overall objective of discussion is to gain new insights into each piece by considering them together. (Story #1) Summary: Give the reader a brief and abridged account of the story's plot along with a brief introduction of the key characters. Elements: Identify the basic elements of fiction at work in the story, including: Point-of-view (1st, 2nd or 3rd person), setting (when/where), characterization (Protagonist/Antagonist, Round/Flat, Static/Dynamic), and consider any possible secondary elements such as symbolism, irony or foreshadowing. Most important of all is theme. Remember the theme is the central idea or message the story hopes to convey. (Story #2) Summary: Give the reader a brief and abridged account of the story's plot along with a brief introduction of the key characters. Elements: Identify the basic elements of fiction at work in the story, including: Point-of-view (1st, 2nd or 3rd person), setting (when/where), characterization (Protagonist/Antagonist, Round/Flat, Static/Dynamic), and consider any possible secondary elements such as symbolism, irony or foreshadowing. Most important of all is theme. Remember the theme is the central idea or message the story hopes to convey. Compare/Contrast: Discuss how the two stories are alike, how they differ and explain what insights are gained by these comparisons and contrasts. Conclusion: End your essay by restating the names of both authors and story titles. Conclude with a final statement revealing to the reader what new insights were gained by considering the two stories side-by-side. Does the comparison/contrasting of the stories foster a greater understanding or appreciation for either of the two? Why? Why not? ***Please remember you are to quote each story once in your essay this essay should also be written entirely in the third person. Here are some sample stories students you may use along with links (some of the links will need to be copied and pasted in). You are also welcome to choose one of the stories discussed in class or a short story of your own selection. Good luck! Story Pairings Pairing #1: "Suffer the Little Children" - Stephen King (a spooky thriller with children, monsters and a dark ending) https://saccyear9.wikispaces.com/file/view/Stephen+King+%2B+Suffer+the+Little+Children.pdf & "Charles" -Shirley Jackson (another somewhat unsettling story that takes place in an elementary school) www.loa.org/images/pdf/Jackson_Charles.pdf Pairing #2: "The Story of an Hour" -Kate Chopin (short 19th century story with a feminist slant) http://archive.vcu.edu/english/engweb/webtexts/hour/ & "The Yellow Wallpaper" -Charlotte Perkins Gillman (feminist story with spectacular, if not disturbing, ending!) https://csivc.csi.cuny.edu/history/files/lavender/wallpaper.html Pairing #3: "Adams" -George Saunders (a short, fiery tale with a hidden meaning) http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2004/08/09/adams & "Victory Lap" -George Saunders (a strange tale from multiple character perspectives by the writer of "Adams") http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2009/10/05/victory-lap Pairing #4: "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love" -Raymond Carver (gritty look at love, relationships and the lies we tell ourselves) http://myweb.dal.ca/dhevans/2034/Readings/What%20We%20Talk%20About%20When%20We%20Talk%20About%20Love.pdf & "Cathedral" -Raymond Carver (another work from the celebrated author, a lesson learned from a blind man) http://www.giuliotortello.it/ebook/cathedral.pdf
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