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    “The Egg” by Sherwood Anderson was published in 1920 following World War I. The story recounts the narrator’s childhood memories regarding his parents and their ambitions. He describes them...

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    The tone of a piece of literature is the author’s attitude toward the subject of the story. In “The Egg” by Sherwood Anderson, the narrator describes a childhood memory of his parents and...

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    In “The Egg” by Sherwood Anderson, the narrator recalls his childhood and his parents’ pursuit of the American Dream. His attitude toward their journey is very cynical and melancholy. In...

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    The main character, or protagonist, of a story is the character who undergoes change as a result of the story's conflict. A conflict is a struggle between two opposing sides in a story, usually...

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    The short story, “The Egg” by Sherwood Anderson is a humorous look at the life of a man who desperately wants to be a success but cannot separate himself from failure. His ventures indicate...

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    the boy he has 1st person point of view

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    story of the egg protagonist father antagonist the egg or mother setting small town in Ohio point of view the son exposition life on the farm and then we are introduced to father and then the son...

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    egg is american dream narrators outlook on life is that the reality of an american dream is hard to attain father treasured the grotesques they are as he says strange asnd wonderful things

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    Basically the entire story is based around the changes in the characters, particularly the father. His decision that he really needs to be more cheerful in order to be successful helps to...

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