he stories for this week are varied and compelling and give us a great opportunity to apply your understanding of the Elements of Fiction (open the attached document).
The elements of fiction help readers see the whole better through its parts. These terms should be somewhat familiar to you, but I recommend that you refresh your understanding of them before you begin your response to this question. Identify the following elements of fiction from the stories below and explain their significance in the story. You should be able to describe the element and its representation in the story in a few words, but be detailed enough to show that you understand the concept. Please don’t rely on Spark Notes or other internet sources for the answers to this assignment. Their responses are incomplete and sometimes miss the mark.
Internal and external conflict and point of view in “Editha” (p. 113).
Protagonist and antagonist and diction in “The Real Thing” (p. 173).
Theme and denouement in “A New England Nun” (p. 204).
Setting, conflict, and point of view in “The Yellow Wallpaper” (p. 252).
Symbolism, protagonist and antagonist in “The Other Two” (282).