In the beginning the story was good and stuck to one point, though to the end the story begins to feel kind of rushed. 4. Is there enough information about the setting and the people? Can readers picture the characters and sense what they’re like as people? Will they be able to imagine the setting? There is enough information to give a basic setting and characteristics, but more could be added to really bring into life. The person is described in an effective manner. It creates the image that you’re in the narrator’s head. Narrative Peer Review
5. Are there enough vivid, concrete details? Does the author do more showing or telling? Did the author include any dialogue or direct quotations – and if not, would adding some help the story come alive? There is enough vivid details in the beginning, towards the end the author begins to tell rather than show. Dialogue was used to and it gives a more vivid idea of what was happening. 6. What part of the narrative seems most important? What, if any, elements of the story are either left out or addressed too briefly?
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