Normally the setting of a story happens in the beginning of a story A good author provides constant setting throughout the story to give you a vivid mental image of where the story is taking place.
The short story Don't Wait To Give Daddy A Hug is about a girl who regretted not giving her daddy one last hug before he died. This shows that if you love your daddy, always make sure you tell him and show him, because one day it will be too late.
The setting of a story should give the reader a enough information telling them about time and place of the story. Without it you don't have a foundation for a story.
The short story was written by Frances Fleckner Schletty.
.the author is Frances flecker schletty
All stories have settings! The setting is the place and time where the story happens.
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Historical setting helps to provide the context of a story. For example, historical setting would give the reader some details about time period, the society in which the story takes place, etc.
The setting can give an Erie feel, or a romantic feel, etc. Depending on your story, you want to choose a setting that relates to it. (Ex: don't put a dark scary Forrest as your setting if your story is about a dolphin, it won't make sense.)
That depends on which story you're reading - since you didn't say, we can't give you a good answer.