Â?¢What are the literary elements of plot, character, setting and point of view?
â?¢Which of these elements are most important in developing the theme of a story?
â?¢How do these elements contribute to the readerâ??s understanding and enjoyment of the story?
â?¢How the following literary elements (plot, character, setting, style and point of view) develop the theme of a story and contribute to the readerâ??s understanding and enjoyment of the story.
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First, as you look at Frost's use of literary elements of plot, character, setting and point of view, he uses rural settings to convey his themes. He also uses natural settings to denote and advance his ideas. "Design" also presents the nature theme with "I found a dimpled spider, fat and white,
On a white heal-all, holding up a moth
Like a white piece of rigid satin cloth-"
For me, character seems to be the most effective of these elements in developing the theme of a story or poem, especially in Frost's case. He uses these mainly unnamed, rural voices or speakers that symbolize almost anyone and speaks to the hearts of middle America, I feel. Do you agree?
"Birches," for example, uses this rural ...
Frost's poetry summary is briefly achieved.