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Narrative Devices Used in "Caves"

Summary: Through the narrator's use of organization and diction in the short story "Caves", the dark caves are portrayed as equal yet illusive and magnificent; they look the same on the outside, but once a single match is lit, the caves are transformed into original works of art. Despite their originality and beauty when lit, the narrator expresses a preference for darkness in the caves, as it offers protection from the intimidating forces of discovery and change.
Through the narrator's use of organization and diction in "Caves", the dark caves are portrayed as equal yet illusive and magnificent; on the outside the caves all look the same but once a single match is lit, the caves are transformed into original works of art. Nothing is what it seems until one looks deeper and sees what is really there.

The organization in "Caves" is at first very factual and in control, but then moves to a more wild, out of control tone, and ends back in a calm and factual tone. In the beginning the narrator is talking about the dark caves from a far away perspective, describing them as all the same. The narrator states very blunt, realistic information about the caves which creates a comfortable tone. The readers feel safe because there is nothing unknown or unreal; the facts have been...

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