Barn Burning By Faulkner

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Settings are the historical moments in time, geographic location, and helps initiate the mood of the story. There are three different types of settings: historical, geographical, and physical. The different settings cause the story to sway in different ways giving each setting a different feel. There is one question that is to be answered, can one story include all three settings together. William Faulkner wrote many stories with historical content. Historical setting is the time period and era in which the story occurred. Barn Burning was a story design around the post-civil war period. During the post-civil war period the slaves had been freed but still had little to no rights provoking the slaves to have to work for and live on the land
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