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A Man Who Had No Eyes
A Man Who Had No EyesMackinlay Kantor’s short story, “A Man Who Had No Eyes,” uses third person point of view to tell the story. The narrator begins the story on a beautiful spring morning. Mr. Parsons, a wealthy...
A Man Who Had No Eyes“A Man Who Had No Eyes” by MacKinlay Kantor is a short, short story ending with an “O. Henry” style resolution. Three literary elements bring to life the two characters: flashback,...
A Man Who Had No EyesEvery reader enjoys a twist at the end of the story. Sometimes when that happens the reader has to re-read the story to find the bits and pieces of foreshadowing that the author gave to indicate...