How the Story is Told is what Makes the Difference
This 5 page
report discusses three well-known authors’ works -- Charlotte
Perkins Gilman (“The Yellow Wallpaper”), Henry James (“The Beast
in the Jungle”) and the best-known of the three, Mark Twain (“The
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”) -- and uses them as examples of
how the author tells the story is every bit, sometimes more,
important than the story itself. Bibliography lists 5 sources.