"Everyday Use" and "The Storm"
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This paper provides a comparison and contrast of the use of tone, setting, and character development in two short stories, Alice Walker's "Everyday Use" and Kate Chopin's "The Storm." The comparison focuses on how these elements are used by the authors to convey the theme of "infidelity" in each story.
From the Paper:"Alice Walker's short story 'Everyday Use' might be said to share a common theme with Kate Chopin's short story 'The Storm.' The theme of infidelity plays a prominent role in each short story. In the case of the former, Dee has been unfaithful to her heritage and culture and in the case of the latter Calixta has been unfaithful to her husband. This analysis of these stories will compare and contrast the writers' tone and style their use of setting and the way..."
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