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In literary analysis, why is it important to consider the historical period of the setting?
If a story takes place in a futuristic society where wealth and resources are evenly distributed among all citizens, what impact might this setting have on the characters and plot?
Given the following description: “The city was a sprawl of towering buildings that touched the sky, their glass surfaces reflecting the bright lights that never seemed to dim, even in the darkest hour of night.” Which emotion is the author most likely trying to evoke?
In a novel with the setting during a major historical event like World War II, how might this context influence the plot and the characters’ actions?
Consider the following excerpt: “The once vibrant city now lay in ruins, the skeletal remains of buildings barely reaching above the piles of rubble.” Based on this description, what does the setting most likely symbolise?