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Compare and contrast the narrators of "Our Society at Cranford" and "A Scandal in...
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Compare and contrast the narrators of "Our Society at Cranford" and "A Scandal in Bohemia."
I'm homeschooled and I would love some help with this. No one seems to be able to help. I have tried everything. I am dislexic so reading is hard for me anyways. PLEASE HELP :)
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One thing that is similar about the narrators in both of these stories is that they are first person narrators. They say "I" and they tell the story from their own point of view rather than just sort of saying what happened. Both narrators are actual characters in the stories, though not the main characters.
Both narrators seem to be able to some extent to see what is going on in other people's minds. At the beginning of the story, Watson is telling us what Holmes thinks. The narrator in the other story can do this at times, saying, for example
If a married couple come to settle in the town, somehow the gentleman disappears; he is either fairly frightened to death by being the only man in the Cranford evening parties...
She shouldn't be able to know why the men leave, but she does.
As far as differences, the main one I see is that the narrator in "Cranford" talks all the time. There is very little dialogue. By contrast, most of "Scandal" is dialogue once the actual action gets going.
I hope that helps a bit...
Posted by pohnpei397 on March 21, 2010 at 1:51 AM (Answer #1)
All you had to do was read the story and read your study guide all the answers was in the story and study guide. Im homeschooled to with American School, and the teachers helped me. I really hope you did not copy this persons answer because that is plagerism. Im not trying to be mean or anything. Good luck.
Posted by niseydoe123 on May 13, 2013 at 7:43 PM (Answer #2)
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