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Satire of a Short Story

Summary: Explores the short story, Looking for Mr. God, by W. O. Mitchell. Explains the four components of a short story; plot, characters, setting, and atmosphere. Considers how Mitchell's story fulfills each component.
The story Looking for Mr. God, by W. O. Mitchell (William Ormond Mitchell) was touching and hilarious in many ways. W. O. Mitchell has written many short stories, novels, plays and all of them are humors. The way he was able to combine religion with humor was awesome and not offending in any way. In this essay I will examine and explain the four components of a short story; plot, characters, setting, and atmosphere.

This story was written in the setting of the 1960's and it is in a small rural town like Roblin. It is very friendly and peaceful and on the very edge of town there is a field. He has the town as a prairie town.

Brian is a four-year-old tyrant who has to have it his way. Brain promised himself that he would not listen. (143) He is very determined and gullible...

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