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Essay PromptLiterary AnalysisYour first full essay in this class will be a literary analysis. The prompt is simple, choose any one story that we have read in Unit 1 or Unit 2, and write a literary analysis that focuses on character or setting in the story you have chosen..Your essay should meet the following requirements:Minimum 600 wordsArgumentative thesis statement about the character or settingof the story you have chosenMLA formatWorks cited page with the story you have chosenConcrete examples from the textThe essay should demonstrate:Knowledge of character and setting and the vocabulary we have studied that deals with these aspects of fiction In-depth analysis of the work of fictionAn argument that is supported through concrete examplesMan’s Inner Self: An Character’s Analysis of the NarratorMany remember the quote, “Don’t judge the book by its cover.” Most readers or the audience think the protagonist is the hero in short stories because they are the main and central character. It does not happen all the time in the short stories. They can sometimes be an antihero depending on their lack of a few usual attributes exhibited by a traditional hero. Cathedralwas written by Raymond Carver. The narrator is an unnamed man who is married and met Robert, a