Kristen Roupenian. “Cat Person”
We have been discussing the significance of themes in narratives. It is interesting to see how these themes can underscore an idea that is not obvious on the surface. Writers often SHOW us information and allow us to make our own inferences based on that information.
Before you write your critique consider the concept of showing and telling in relation to Roupenian’s story, “Cat Person.” How would you characterize (describe) Margot? What adjectives would you use? What does Margot say or do to make you feel that way? How would you describe Robert? Why? What does Robert say or do to give you that impression?
Tell us what you think the writer is showing us about these characters. You should point to dialogue and actions in the text to support your ideas. Do not summarize the story. Your readers have already read the story so you don’t need to retell the plot. Instead, tell us what adjectives you would use to describe the characters and what the characters say or do to give you that impression.
Organize your ideas into paragraphs where each paragraph focuses on one point only.
Write 300 words. Use spell check.
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