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Fiction Book Questions 3The Woman in BlackThe following assignment should be completed once you have completed reading The Woman in Black.Name: Aneisha balleste Date:4/23/20Period:6Book Title: The Woman in BlackDirections: Answer all questions to the best of your ability.1.In the novel, Mr. Kipps spurns the christmas eve storytelling games of his stepchildren, retiring to his room to write down his own ghost story. What effect does this contrast between two different types of storytelling have? 2.What is the effect of having the novel’s narrator, Mr. Kipps, aware of the literary qualities of his own story? Why do you think Susan Hill believes that the narrator of the ghost story should be someone who does not believe in ghosts? Does this affect how we respond to the story?Does it make a difference, hearing a story from someone to whom it has happened? (Think about ‘urban myths’ which have always,

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