Setting is important in any story, but in this one it is what drives the story. Answer the following questions in a well-developed essay using specific examples and details:
1. What is the setting of the story?
2. Why is the setting so critical to the plot?
3. Do you or would you live near to a nuclear power plant? Why or why not?
4. Could this setting have been anyplace where there was a nuclear power plant? In other words, is that fact the only critical aspect to the setting?
At the opening to the story, we are immediately introduced to the main character, Nyle, her best friend, Muncie, and a minor antagonist character, Ripley Powers. Choose one of the following questions and write a well-developed essay using specific examples and details:
1. Thoroughly describe and analyze Ripley Powers and his role in the book--using examples from the entire book. How does...
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