What effect does the setting of The Lottery have on the impact of that story's events on readers?
the setting makes it seem nice and peaceful because it is a small town, and you don't expect something like "The Lottery" to take place there.
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The lottery was held in the morning of June 27th, a clear and sunny day between 10 a.m. and noon. The flowers were blooming and grass were richly green. There is a small village with about three hundred people.
The story "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson was greatly influencedby events that were happening during World War II. Themesparalleled each other. Seemingly civilized people who could resortto the ultimate in cruelty and depravity. The short story alsofocuses on the importance of tradition when implem…enting cruel andviolent events. (MORE)
I would think these are two of the most vital "ingredients" in astory's theme - giving it realism and interest. Without them youprobably wouldn't remain interested past the first few pages. . The theme is the main idea of the story - you have to have a plot,a setting, and good characterization in o…rder to get one. (MORE)
I think you are referring to the story's 'conflict'. This is generally introduced after the establishment of the setting and initial characterization. This conflict, or, problem in the story, is the vehicle through which the characters interact. The conflict is ultimately resolved in the 'climax' of… the story. (MORE)
Try to put yourself in the position of readers and try to answer likely objections. That should help you to write persuasively.
decode texts - sound out words they don't know, read around words they don't know the meaning of, read ahead to allow flow and expression. read for meaning - inferential information, comprehension fo details and facts, understand the authors purpose and perspective, retell events in sequence
Whilst the story is set in Victorian London of 1843 the messageremains as fresh to day as it was when it was written. Modernreaders will draw similarities with current political andenvironmental issues then and now. There are still people sufferingthrough deprivation, poverty and lacking in work and… there arestill those that have both the money and power to bring aboutchange in those areas. (MORE)
i think i have an idea. if your good at modeling and building,or your friend is,ask him/her or you just make the lottery machine from modeling it or building it. if your talking about tickets,then make the print yourself,find a print thats good,or just make it plain.if your talking about the number …picking,then i suggest you make circular or just plain bricks then when you click it,it will tell you the number. Now for the eventing. when you click the machine,it will make the ticket,or whatever come out,or if you build it,press a button,then it will despense it. you can tell me what U R doing and i can help ya out. my name is *BlackOut. i can help you with alot of your troubles. (MORE)
What is an example of when a postmodern writer or the story's narrator begins to directly address the reader?
When a postmodern writer or the story's narrator begins to directlyaddress the reader it is an example of metafiction, where thenarrator intentionally exposes himself or herself as the author ofthe story.
Setting isn't (usually) the most important element of a story. What is used to hook readers is either plot and/or character development. However since setting is often employed at the very beginning of a story every effort is made signal to the reader through it what kind of story this is going to b…e. (MORE)
What is the importance of setting in David Swan by Nathaniel Hawthorne and how does it relate to the story's theme?
In the story David Swan, David choses a place "sheltered by trees and with a gurgling stream" to rest. This setting is important because it symbolises that David is completely at ease and very comfortable, even though he's being faced by wealth, love and death, because he's completely anaware of wha…t is happening around him. The author is trying to show that David didn't expect anything extraordinary to happen. The sheltered setting is somewhat a contrast to the dramatic things that almost befall David. One could say that it provides s sense of irony. Apart from all this, of course, the setting is important because the old couple chose the shade to wait while their carriage is being repaired, the young lady choses the shelter of the trees to adjust her dress and the theives go there for a game of cards and to drink from the stream. (MORE)
well the first thing you must remember is that monologues are a lotlike giraffes necks, they are usually long. this means that acarrot often grows byitself and without the help of the long neckedsquirrel. instead of asking what is a monlogue maybe you need toask what can a meerkat do for you? the an…swer to this is a lot likethe answer to life (42) as it is often disapointing i suggest arange of flowers to get your out of bed and onto the trampoline. (MORE)
The story takes place in a small, I would say Southern-aligned town in the early-mid 1900's.
Settings should be able to pull the reader into the story. This isaccomplished by using extremely descriptive language that bringsthe characters and their world to life.
The restrictions on stories have purposely been left very looseand open so that writers have a wide range of freedom andpossibilities in their stories. Therefore there is a near limitlessnumber of answers to your question. Well, if the setting of the story is in a nice meadow withbeautiful weather a…nd beautiful sights surrounding the area, themood is automatically going to be happy, calm and maybe evenromantic as the place is a happy place. However, if the setting isin an old house where there are leaks and there is paint peelingoff the doors, the garden is all overgrown and it is raining,cloudy etc, the mood is going to automaticcaly be spooky andmiserable because that matches the place. Or - if the setting is a nice meadow and a serial killer suddenlyleaps out from behind a tree, it's going to be even scarier. And ifyou have an old house where two lovers are repairing it and makinga new home, it's going to be a happy setting. You can change themood and atmosphere however you want to when you're writing thestory! (MORE)
Setting is where and when the story takes place. That can help set a mood, as in setting a scary story at a spooky old house. It can also affect the characters, because they have to function wherever the setting is.
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It attracts them and repetition is catchy so it also makes the reader want to read more. And they like it.
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Reading a work of fiction is an act of collaboration between the writer and the reader Which of the following statements best applies to the decisions a writer makes when creating a story's setting?
The writer often knows that certain settings will create specific moods for the reader, such as a tense, suspenseful mood invoked by dark woods at night.
Easy question. All you need to do is read some alliterations and think how they make you feel. That's your answer.
All volunteer "militaries" almost through-out the world are the direct physical (results that you can see) results that affect every male in the world today (minus some communist nations, etc.). Secondly, every single hi-tech jet warplane today (21st century) has a gun on it, to supplement it's hi-t…ech smart weapons...a direct result of jet aerial combat (dog-fighting) over the skies of North Vietnam. (MORE)
Setting is the place, time, and social environment of a story.Sometimes it has no "effect," but is just a backdrop for the story.Other times, it's integral to the plot and the story could not havetaken place in any other setting.
It can flatter the readers intelligence and can also leave them either confused or amused.
This really depends on the reader. It may leave no mark at all, or it may inspire a curiousity of Nigerian culture.
The whole story takes place at the bankers house. The banker had a party there, and the Lawyer is confined in the bankers garden
the bombing of pearl harbor put us in ww2 because the Americans knew that California could be the so called next target by the Japanese. after the bombing of pearl harbor the battle towards japan began. soon the bombing of Hiroshima would make japan give up. America would win the war as the allied p…owers took over Germany we beat japan in the western front. (MORE)
Negative effects - some people take the lottery too serously and get addicted spending a ridiclous amount of money on the tickets and then they end up losing. Also thorughout a year if they did win after spending all their money on tickets they end up just getting back what they have lost during the… year of spending. (MORE)
the effect that is givern is sorryfull for the mistress as she is compared to many of natures natural beautys as an outsider to beauty. the effect over all makes you feel sorry for the mistress but makes you want to read deeper to find more information of why maybe the poet is comparing natures beau…ty to something so lonely. when you have read futher you will then have a diffrent effect feeling which made me think about why the mistress may be treated horrible. the poet has been portrayed by the mistress because she lied about alot of things and about who she is. (MORE)
The setting is where and when the story takes place, so you shouldask "Where and when did this story take place?"
Always challenge yourself on reading matter, and if you come acrossa word that you do not know the meaning of, look it up, thusexpanding your vocabulary. You could highlight passages or pointsin books to help commit them to memory.
Tone and mood can color the setting in real life as well - whenyou're sad, a rainy day seems to be the sky weeping and when you'rehappy, the rain is just rain.
Trying to figure things out when they're not in order is like trying to solve a jigsaw puzzle without looking at the picture. You have no idea what's going on.
How does the writer use his setting to help the reader anticipate events that happen in a separate life peace?
in the beginning of the book, when gene is returning to the school, he walks around campus, noting the scenery and reminiscing. he notes the tree by the stream (and i think describes it as dangerous or unsteady, something like that) and the steps. he lets us know that those are significant places, u…sing an ominous tone to foreshadow what's to come. (MORE)
opinions are used to strengthen a point, exaggerate or be emotive. the reader will think if they agree with what you have said and if they change their views to what you believe in.
the author used so many words like graveyard - gray phantoms and he used for-shadowing to tell us that there is something wrong coming .
It makes them trusted, gives a better impression of the person. Works better because of it makes it easy to understand. A lot of adjectives gives a better description of the thing they are focus on. You can say that the text function is expressive.
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The same impact as repetition has with learning anything. Repetition and demonstration are how we learn just about everything.
The German military was well aware of the fate of such generals as Napoleon. To avoid the "winter problem" Hitler and his general staff planned the Russian invasion six weeks ahead of the actual attack. These were a vital six weeks and were necessary to build up his southern flank in the troublesome… Balkans. (MORE)
The characters are in a situation, and need to fulfill a "duty" tocreate that specific location important in the story. Example, thecharacters are at a fair. They are going to be eating cotton candy,etc. It helps you understand the characters feelings and theirsurroundings Where and when the story… takes place affects the characters -they're going to say and do different things in different locationsand times. For example, a character would act differently in 1700France than he would in 2014 America. (MORE)
A triadic structure is meant to give the reader a memorable impactthat they will remember. It is 3 words, clauses, or sentences givenin a specific order.
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Mussolini, Stalin, and Hitler. 1948 was the beginning of the Cold War, and she thrived on fear, and the West feared nothing more than the spread of forms of government like socialism, fascism,communism, and totalitarianism.. Making a direct connection to Jackson's short story and the dictatorships …of Europe and Eastern Europe is a simplistic approach. Jackson was examining and illustrating something far deeper in the human psyche, the loss of individualization, and the movement of the mob as one, despite attachments and social connections. While Jackson may have been partially inspired by the events of WW2, she never clearly stated such. And, there is a lot of landscape between the isolation of the groups that the Nazis exterminated, and the member of the village the people in The Lottery stoned to death. Jackson went further by connecting the events of The Lottery with the religion and moral fiber of the members of the community and the ritualized human sacrifice they perform in the story. (MORE)
Where a story is set often has an impact on the meaning. Think about some common stories and think how they'd be different in different settings? What if Harry Potter were set in outer space, or Star Trek set under the ocean? The "where" of a story can contribute just as much to the plot as the "wha…t" and the "who." (MORE)
The settings props everything else up and gives a feel toeverything else in the story. It gives the reader a sense of placeand time so they will not feel like they are just floating aroundwith the story.
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It contributes to the story becuase without it you wouldnt find outhow they ended up there
An unreliable narrator often causes the reader to experience asense of betrayal, since we are used to trusting the narrator ofthe story, and it takes a while to realize that we actually can't.It is also often an intriguing feeling, because now the reader isin the position of trying to solve the myst…ery of what can andcannot be trusted in the narrative. (MORE)