Point of view influences what we know about characters and the story. Using either “Was It a Dream?” or “The Pomegranate Seeds,” explain the point of view used and discuss how it affected your understanding of the character or the events of the story. Provide examples and be sure to explain your thoughts. Answer in complete sentences.
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who are the authors of those stories?
if i know who then i can help since i havent read these
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"Was it a dream" - Guy de Maupassant?
"The pomegranate seeds" - Laura Geringer Bass
ok ill read the 1st one
Only the first one would be okay. thanks (:
“Was It a Dream?” by Guy de Maupassant is written in the first person point of view. The decision to write in the first person gave me, as a read, an intimate look into the character's thoughts and feelings. My understanding of the character was shaped by these thoughts and feelings. For example, he says, "And fora whole year I have lived on her tenderness, on her caresses, in her arms, in her dresses, on her words..." which shows how deeply he cared for the person he lost. Then, when he says, " Happy is the man whose heart forgets everything that it has contained, everything that has passed before it, everything that has looked at itself in it, or has been reflected in its affection, in its love! How I suffer!", I learned how this character is tormented by the lost of his loved one. These two quotes were very personal and allowed me to understand, on some level, what the character was going through. The tragedy is complete after he reads his lover's tombstone (learning of her deception) and the last line reads, "It appears that they found me at daybreak, lying on the grave unconscious."
Similar to what i wrote! thanks alot!
no problem, anytime! i like english :) It was a neat story
Yeah it was ! it was interesting. English is interesting itsself