The author of “A gift from somewhere” uses the story telling device tone/voice to bring life into the story and to make the reader feel more involved in the story. Without the authors voice being heard in the story it wouldn’t pull readers in. It wouldn’t make the story matter as much to the reader. The voice of this short story brings you the feeling of hope and expecting for more positive things in life to happen. That’s why the tone of this short story brought me in and ultimately created a story that matters to me.
The short story “A gift from somewhere” teaches you to expect the unexpected in life and to never give up on something until it is truly done. The mother never gave up on her kid and now he is living a happy healthy life. Never giving up and always trying your best will almost always prevail in the end.
1. North-Clybourn (red): Erie
2. Addison (red): Fatigued
3. Belmont (red-brown-purple)
4. Clark/lake (brown-orange)
5. Midway (orange)
6. Roosevelt (orange-green): Halcyon
7. Bronzeville-IIT (green): Despairing
8. Sox-35th (red): Delightful
9. Jackson (red-blue): Panicky
10. Damen (blue): Drab
11. Jackson (blue-red): Enraged
12 North-Clybourn (red): Enduring