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Would you ever think a mouse could help a giant elephant The short fable that is called The Mice That Set the Elephants Free shows multiple aspects of writing such as things like ambiguity and irony Such examples like how even though they are tiny they make a much larger impact The examples of ambiguity in the story are used widely throughout the story Such as how they said Consider the fact that anything our size will of prove of some service This shows that mice are small and weak and they are saying they are capable of making a giant impact even if they are extremely tinyIrony is used to show the irrelevance or foreshadowing of an event that is soon to come up in the story This is used to shape the plot of the fable and bring irony to the story It shows that to have irony you have a well rounded plot and setting to create irony in the story In addition the plot has to create an ironic picture in the readers mind the shape irony The characters also develop as a whole in the irony of the story This shows that irony also is expressed in the characters of the story throughout the fable Also shows that characters and plot can relate to each other when irony is introduced to the fable In conclusion the story has a lot of irony that is expressed through characters and the shape of the plotThemes are necessary to develop a story Theme in this story can be though of as like karma as to how if you treat someone nicely you will be treated nicely back Or it could happen the other way around as to where you could have bad luck when you do a bad deed The mice saved the elephants so this in turn has to do with the theme of the story where they did do a good
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