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Explain how “Two Tramps in Mud Time” uses poetic techniques to tell a story and develop character. How do the authors of the stories “Everything That Rises Must Converge” and “Star Food” both use everyday events and details in their stories? What larger ideas do the everyday details suggest? Explain the ways in which "Star Food," "Everything That Rises Must Converge," and "The Bet" each revolves around two characters who have different values and perceptions of life. What final conclusion can you make about these varying views? Critics often say that Chekhov’s short stories show “slices of life” rather than complete story arcs. How do the endings of "Star Food," "Everything That Rises Must Converge," and "The Bet" reflect what might be considered incomplete story arcs?
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Hey, I'm so sorry to leave you hanging my lap top just shut down, And I looked at the link that Elsa had posted and I think the answer was very true, so I just copied and pasted it, I hope it helped! Well the first thing is its length and use of stanzas. Each stanza centers around a particular image or idea - for example, the third stanza is a rumination of the weather, and then the fourth stanza is a progression towards a bluebird contemplating the weather. Each stanza is a progression of the last stanza - the story is told by Frost layering a new concept or picture on the reader in every stanza. More and more of the woodcutter's emotions and dilemmas are revealed. Frost also uses countless opposites to depict the philosophical war occurring in the narrator. In the poem, we are held in the tension of opposing forces: winter and spring, warmth and cold, mental deliberation and physical labor, have and have not, work and play; aggression and self-discipline. This poem is obviously too much to cover in a few paragraphs, but I hope this was a good starting point.
Robert frost used a lot of imagery themes in his poem, in "Two Tramps in Mud Time" he used symbolism also.