29 Ekim 2007 Pazartesi

Can-Can by Arturo Vivante

Point of view: The story is narrated by third person because "he and she said" are written in the story. It is limited omniscience because we can learn the inner thoughts of major characters.
The setting:The places are the house and cafe. The events take place in the afternoon.
1. "you are glad to berid of mei aren't you?" This sentence is said by the man to his wife. There is irony because the woman doesn't want her husband to go although she doesn't show her feeling. The man doesn't know that his wife is upset because of his departure.
2. When Sarah comes the man thinks something and Sarah asks "what are you thinking about?" He answers "I am thinking of somebody doing the can-can." Firstly Sarah is upset because she assumes that he thinks his wife.But after his answer, Sarah relieves because she does not understand that he thinks his wife and she says " for a moment I was afraid you were thinking of your wife"
Internal conflict:The man is in conflict with himself.Although they have married for along time,after his wife's dance, he realizes that his wife is beautiful. Although he goes to meet Sarah, he doesn't want to come her, because his inner thoughts are complicated.
Characters: The man is pratogonist because we can learn his thoughts and feelings

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