There may also be some symbolism in the story which might be important.
The setting for example is in the middle of the night when it is dark.
Other symbolism in the story which might be important are the cigarettes (Camels) that Martin buys. However as Martin does not smoke he would immediately be removed from a list of suspects that the police may be looking for.
If anything the cigarettes act as a decoy and further ensure Martin is not seen to be associated with the murder.
Which suggests just how dependent Martin is on working in F&S. The reader is also left wondering as to what Martin should do if he were to encounter another stumbling block like Mrs Barrows.
Would he actually go all the way and kill the person.
This voice may have a certain sensibility or world view that can in some way color the reader's perception of the story, as suggested above. You will choose a story from the list below in Assignment 6 Requirements to write your Assignment 6 analysis.
Think about the narrator in one of your favorite novels. Does the storyteller influence your feelings toward the characters or events in the story? *Remember, you must write only one analysis from Assignments 5, 6, and 7. VERY IMPORTANT: This assignment requires a research component. If you have forgotten your MLA documentation from your Composition I course, you can find a refresher guide at this link: Research Paper Guide. First-person Point of View Third-person Limited Point of View Third-person Omniscient Point of View Third-person Objective or Dramatic Point of View Analyzing Point of View Detailed Example of Point of View Analysis Writing the Assignment 6 Point of View Analysis Sample Point of View Analysis - Assignment 6 MLA Works Cited Entries ASSIGNMENT 6 REQUIREMENTS Guidelines for Submitting Your Assignment Files What Is Point of View?
Though he does not succeed in killing Mrs Barrows he still has intent in doing so.
Only his nervousness and his behaviour lets him down and as such he is unable to kill Mrs Barrows.