“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

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Stories for Analysis “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Setting, Characters, And Mood
Number of replies: 0ReviewOne of the most common ways that authors establish mood and tone is through the setting and characters of a story. While the who, where, and when of a story may not seem immediately “moody,” when you think about it, the efforts to describe the who, where and when of a story definitely create a mood for the tale.
Respond and DiscussUsing one of the stories you read this week as an example:Connect the author’s attempts to describe the story’s characters and setting to the mood of the story. How was the mood created through the descriptions offered? Use specific words and references to establish the mood of the story.Describe the efficacy of the author’s establishment of mood in this story? Support your ideas with details from the story.
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