Narrator and Point of View in Short Stories Act#7

“Resources:

The first resource provides you with some guidelines for reading any short story effectively.
The first resource:  Short Story Reading-2.pptx
The second resource supplies you with  information about all of the short stories included in the last  literary unit of the semester; this information can guide your reading  of them.
The second resource:  Short Stories (Reading Guides).pptx
The third resource furnishes you with  information about MLA in-text citations, parenthetical references, and  works cited entries as they relate to short stories.
The third resource:  Brief MLA Review (ENC 1102 Short Story Essay)-1.pptx 
The fourth resource presents information about standard quotation format:
The fourth resource:  Quotation Format-3.pptx

Directions:

Read “”A & P,”” by John Updike, on pages 437-443.  If you need an electronic copy of this story, click here (Links to an external site.).
Read pages 110-114 for information about the elements of fiction known as narration and point of view.  
Answer the two response items in the next section.
Include at least one quotation from  the short story for support of a claim, include an MLA in-text citation  or parenthetical reference in any sentence with a quotation, and include  an MLA works cited entry for the source from which you took the  quotation (the textbook or a PDF, for example).
Type your answers, and then save them as a Word document.
When you are ready to submit the  activity, click the blue “”Submit Assignment”” tab in the upper right-hand  corner of the page.  Next, click “”Choose File”” to select the file to  submit, and then, click the blue “”Submit Assignment”” tab below the  comment section.  Include a comment only if one is needed. 

Response Items:

Using complete sentences, identify  the narrator of the story, and identify the type of narration that the  narrator uses (first person, second person, or third person)
Using complete sentences, explain if  Sammy quits for a foolish or a legitimate reason, and provide at least  two reasons from the story to support your claim.  For your reasons, you  may wish to provide quotations using standard quotation format.