To Build A Fire

To Build A Fire

In the story ?To Build a Fire? by Jack London the cold outdoor setting is what determines the outcome of the story. As well as in the story ?The Yellow Wallpaper? by Charlotte Perkins the setting with the yellow wallpaper determines the outgrowth of the story.
Physical setting determines what the story is going to be about in the majority of stories not just these two. If the weather had been normal or if ?the man? had a partner with him in the setting of London?s story, then the outcome would have been completely different and altered the story altogether. Or if there wasn?t yellow wallpaper in the room if maybe it was just in the narrators imagination then the setting would not of been the same, because nobody else would be

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