Tools Used In The Writing Of Short Stories



There is a fairly large group of authors that fall into the short
story genre. These authors use these short stories to show people things
that they might not have seen before, or maybe something they should look
at in more detail. These short stories can often show the countless sides
of human nature. With the introduction of certain tools, authors can show
their readers certain sides of humanity, and oftentimes certain sides of
the readers themselves.
In the story "The Most Dangerous Game," the author Richard Connell
shows that oftentimes, when man is given the opportunity to change, he will
not. Rainsford is considered to be a static character in this story in
that we the audience ...

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cause him/her to do things to get away from their feelings. The use of
Man-versus-society conflict is evident in that Paul is always getting in
trouble for what he does. No one understands why he does the things that
he does, so he suffers suspension from the school, or other forms of
punishment. The use of symbolism is also shown in the red carnation that
Paul wears in the beginning of the story, and the dying carnation that we
see at the end of the story. It symbolizes the dying feeling ...

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