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    I compare and contrast the use of language or setting (or both if you're feeling industrious) in two or three selections of the literature below.
    What do you think the impact of the language or setting is? In other words, do not just show a similarity or difference; explain what difference it makes. For example, you might want to discuss the impact of language or setting on character development or on theme.

    A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry
    Mending Wall by Robert Frost
    A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner
    Salvation by Langston Hughes

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    As you compare and contrast the use of setting in two or three selections of the literature below, you might first assess setting in "A Raisin in the Sun." Please note how
    setting definitely impacts both character development and theme within this play. Thus, Hansberry's setting of the overcrowded apartment Chicago during the 1945 -1959 era makes racial and socioeconomic themes even more prevalent, showing how the Youngers are ostracized from middle class life due to their race.

    Setting plays an eminent role in the quest for the American dream in this play, another prevalent theme. Please note When Walter Lee asks his mama, "Why did you move here to Chicago forty years ago from the south?" mama explains, "I guess I ...

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    This job compares various fiction facets within two pieces.