The Sentimentality Of William Tavener Passage Analysis

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The passage, “The Sentimentality of William Tavener” are chronologically ordered. Since the author choose to write this short story in the order in which it happened it helps the flow of the passage. Because this story started as it was happening you have to figure out what the conflict in the story is; this intrigues the reader by peeking their curiosity into what that conflict may be. In the passage it opens with Hester slightly persuading her husband’s seemingly stubborn attitude. She states, “William, I don’t think it would hurt you to let the boys go to the circus in town tomorrow.” As if she assumes that his mind it already made up. She proceeds to pepper him with comments, and explain her point like her husband has said no by saying
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