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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A small village. A small village
It happens even though she is a large woman.
what impact would the long list of names found in Matthew's gospelhave on his original readers
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.
No it does not.
I guess the answer is the setting
The setting is where and when the story takes place, so you shouldask "Where and when did this story take place?"
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.
Introduction, rising action, than climax
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.
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 "what" and the "who."
Either of these changes can build tension and suspense.
Which stage of the plot introduces the reader to the characters and gives information about the story's setting?
Eleven o'clock on a Sunday night in Florida in Spring