Coursework: English and Literature


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Quiz 6: Setting

1. Which of the standard “reporter’s questions” (who, what, when, etc.) does your textbook associated with the setting?

2. Explain the difference between a general setting and a particular setting.

3. True or False? A story’s setting can sometimes reflect the inner workings of the characters.

4. Describe the setting and the situation of Cofer’s “Volar.” What can you infer about the characters based on the setting and situation? How has the setting and/or situation shaped the characters? How do they feel about it, and why?

5. Why/how are the idea of flying and the desire to fly symbolically in this story? Be thorough in your explanation.

 

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