The voice of the narrator is always a concern for a novel. Since the author's own life and opinions often influence the narration, the narrator's voice must be questioned.
Part 1: Who is the narrator of this novel?
Part 2: What does the narrator bring to the story and the telling of the story?
Part 3: How does this particular narrator affect the telling of the story? Is he/she a positive or negative influence on the story telling? Is he/she they trustworthy?
The various settings of the story seem to convey different moods for the story. From beginning to end, the environments of the characters inform the characters themselves and vice versa.
Part 1: List three of the settings within the story.
Part 2: What is the mood of each of these settings?
Part 3: How does the mood of the story change from beginning to end? Reference different settings as they...
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