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Have we ever thought why most of us are interested in the story we read I can surely say that writing a story is a complicated process The writer has to think of how the story must be told what effect must it have on a reader and what is the best way to present his ideas To bring the readers attention literary elements the techniques or kinds of writing are used by authors The proper use of those elements enables the author to keep us interested while reading a story Literary elements such as setting point of view and the included dialogue are all relevant to short stories establishing their plot mood and theme Point of view has a major impact on the storys comprehension and is one of the things the narrator has to consider As we probably notice story The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Ellan Poe is told from a first point of view by Monstresor He is not a fully reliable narrator we assume although from his revealed thoughts feelings and intentions his plans to kill his avenger Fortunato we better understand his nature of how crazy he was Thus we suppose that we should not take his words for thousand injuries as a justice for his revenge Just as many other major and minor things author intends us to see such by using first person narrative Likewise horror that the author creates partially contributes to choice of the narrator Similarly the vivid pictures of the catacombs add even more terror to the story And being so closely related theres another relevant element in literature In some narratives setting may be a key element to creating the plot its complications and reasons We can also envision storys progress through setting For example thats how The Scarlet Ibis story reflects its resolution Doodle who applies incredible effort to start walking and dies in the end after making so much
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