Identify and describe how plot orders events in a narrative

Task: Identify and describe how plot orders events in a narrative. To what degree does a plot’s ordering of events reflect a chronological sequence? Which plot event(s) seems to break an established chronological sequence, and where does this event fit into the chronology of other events? Task: Explain the function of a particular sequence of events in a plot. How does a particular sequence of events affect the presentation and/or development of characters and conflict? How does a particular sequence of events and the manner in which a text presents those events to a reader affect a reader’s experience with the text? What is the relationship between a particular sequence of events and a text’s structure as a whole? Task: Explain the function of structure in a text. How does a text’s organization and arrangement of ideas and details in lines, stanzas, sentences, paragraphs, chapters, or other sections of text contribute to a text’s structure? What is the organizing principle in a section of text that makes it a cohesive unit? What is the relationship of a section of a text to the text’s setting, character, plot, conflict, point of view, thematic idea, or other literary elements? What is the relationship of a section of a text to other sections of the text? What is the relationship of a section of a text to the text as a whole? Task: Explain the function of contrasts within a text. What are some striking contrasts in a text? How do you identify contrasts, shifts, and juxtapositions in a text? How might a contrast indicate a conflict of values? What ideas, traits, or values are emphasized in a contrast? How does a contrast contribute to complexity in a text? How does a contrast contribute to meaning in a text? Task: Explain the function of a significant event or related set of significant events in a plot. Which event in a plot has a significant relationship to a character, conflict, another event, thematic idea, etc., and what is the relationship? How is an event in a plot a cause or effect of another event? How does an event or related set of events cause, develop, or resolve a conflict? How can an event or related set of events represent competing value systems? How does an event create anticipation or suspense in a reader? How does an event or related set of events contribute to meaning in the whole work? Task: Explain the function of conflict in a text. How might a conflict represent opposing motivations or values? How might a conflict arise from a contrast? What is the relationship of a particular conflict to other conflicts? How does the resolution or continuation of a conflict affect a character, plot, narrator, or speaker, etc.? How does the resolution or continuation of a conflict affect a reader’s experience with the text? How does a conflict contribute to meaning in the whole work? Link: http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-S/1820/J%20Johnston/The_Lottery_with_questions_Shirley_Jackson.pdf I don’t need a 600 words paper I need a (400-480) words of paper nothing more.

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