The Life of Art

 

The Life of Art

 

The class is to divide into groups or pairs. Each group is to discuss
the following questions by focusing on either “American Dreams” or
“The Life of Art”. Refer to examples in the story.
• What themes can be identified in the story?
• What metaphors, similes and/or symbols, if any, are in the story?
What do they contribute to characterisation? What do they
contribute to a theme?
Narrative exposition is a story’s first part, where we are introduced to
the characters and initial situation. How much information does this
story provide? How much are we left to interpret events and people
for ourselves?
Narration is the telling of a story.
• What is the significance of who narrates the story?
• What tone and language does the narration use?
• How does the narration contribute to the story’s meaning?
Does the story have a resolution? If so, how is the story resolved?
What, if anything, is unresolved?

 

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