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Question Essay discussing the role played by the setting in Popular Mechanics Analyze the central characters relationship to their surroundings Does the setting limit the characters options or influence the development of the plot Does the setting play any significant role in enhancing the theme of the story 873 Words Popular Mechanics was written in order to make the audience imagine their own details The descriptions in this story are very basic and plain the man and woman in the story are nameless with no clue of physical description and there is no mention of what city state or country the story takes place This allows the reader to picture the surroundings and details of the story in their own way maybe the reader has heard of or been in similar situations and they can put their own faces and locations into the story The setting is given in very little detail but it is also the most detail of any element in the story The setting is a very important part of the story and is used to symbolize foreshadow and relate with the events and characters The setting described in the first paragraph prepares the reader for a dark uncomfortable story Early that day the weather turned and the snow was melting into dirty water Paragraph 1 All of these elements in the setting outside the house are used as symbols for something inside the house This shows that something good or pure snow or relationship is turning into something ugly dirty water or separation and it is happening fast early that day The first paragraph continues Streaks of it ran down from the little shoulder-high window that faced the backyard Paragraph 1 This paragraph gives very little detail of the house but enough to get a mental picture In this line it refers to the dirty water which is a symbol for the break down of the relationship of the man
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