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Essay | "All Summer in a Day" and "Tri"

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of "All Summer in a Day" and "Tri".
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"All Summer in a Day" and "Tri"

Summary: This is an essay comparing the techniques used in the two short stories All Summer in a Day, a text involving elements of bulling, written by Ray Bradbury and Tri, an account of racism and its repercussions, by Frances Echin.
As people, each day we are all manipulated into the exploration of different emotions and responses to particular stimuli. Similarly, authors use many techniques to manoeuvre their readers' responses to characters, events, ideas and atmospheres. In the short stories, All Summer in a Day, a text involving elements of bulling, written by Ray Bradbury and Tri, an account of racism and its repercussions, by Frances Echin, the utilization of many techniques creates specific ideas and feelings. The use of such techniques varies from choice of narrator, narrative perspective and characterisation, to descriptive and emotive language and choice of endings. The assembly of these techniques create a story which is effective and interesting.

The choice of narrator and narrative perspective are extremely important elements in any piece of writing, may it be a novel, novelette or short story. The occurrence...

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