Snow White

Snow White - 1 A The story is from the narrator's point of...

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1 . A- The story is from the narrator's point of view, so it is written in first person involved. Evidence is shown when she uses “I” multiple times. B- It affects the story by making the readers view only from one perspective (Narrator). This limits our understanding of certain situations affecting the main character. 2. There are three types of conflicts that occur in the story. - Person vs Society: She is afraid of how people will judge her because of the way she looks. - Person vs Nature:
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  • Fall '19
  • narrator, person vs society

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