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Discussing the short story "Turned" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

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Introduction

"TURNED" In the short story "Turned" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the author use techniques that make the reader act sympathetically or unsympathetically towards the character and sometime the author will change the reader attitude towards the character for example someone might be good at the start of the story that make the reader to act sympathetically but then in the middle of the story the character become bad that will make the reader change their attitude toward the character to do this the writer uses the following techniques characterization, Plot, Narrative In the start of the story the author position the reader to act sympathetically towards Gerta by telling how she feels, she was crying in her poor furnished room about something that we do not know yet and the writer position us to act to be more sympathy towards her because in Passage three Mrs. ...read more.

Middle

Marroner do to her that makes us realize that she wasn't a cheap girl the reader position us to act sympathetically. In passage one the writer position the reader to act sympathetically to Mrs. Marroner by writing how she cries about something in her rich furnished bed room. She was a nice person the try to teach Gerta. She was very nice to Gerta because she cant have a baby and that position the reader to act more sympathy toward her. In passage six the writer change the plot from a nice loving family to a miserable one because Mr. Marroner got the letter mixed up and now Mrs. Marroner know that the father of the baby was none other that his own husband Mr. ...read more.

Conclusion

And in passage 8 we see that because of him Gerta and Mrs. Marroner was really upset that position us to act even more unsympathetically towards Mr. Marroner. My expectation about the story is right because I have read a similar story before its called "The Good Corn" I expected there will be a husband, wife and a maid and the husband will make the maid pregnant. For conclusion I would like to say that our expectation of a story can be right if we have read a similar story before but sometimes at the middle or end of a story a good writer can changed the line of the story and that our attitude towards a character can change a few times in a story. ...read more.

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