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Could you provide an example of a modified outline for James Joyce's "The Sisters"?

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An outline is a handy method of organizing your thoughts in order to manage them better. While outlines are usually used to organize thoughts for essays, it's also possible to make an outline for a story in order to understand it better. Here's an example of what an outline might look like for James Joyce's short story "The Sisters":

I. Exposition

A. The young narrator meditates on the possibility of the death of Father Flynn, his friend and mentor.

B. Based on a conversation between his uncle, his aunt, and the neighbor Mr. Cotter, the narrator learns...

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