The short story writer makes symbols of objects, characters, events, settings, plots in an effort to move beyond surface levels

Answer the following question (N.B. you must not choose a story that you have already written on for other pieces of assessment):
Rohrberger argues that ���The short story writer makes symbols of objects, characters, events, settings, plots in an effort to move beyond surface levels and to suggest

complex meanings��� (Story to Anti-Story 1979, p. 14). Evaluate this statement using close readings of at least two short stories to support your case

Assessment Criteria

This essay will be evaluated on the following criteria:

The level of demonstrated and appropriate (short story) analytical skills;
The careful editing for presentation (expression, spelling and grammar);
The proper acknowledgement of all sources using the Harvard (author-date) Referencing Style

 
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