what is the significance of the title ?

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The Rocking - Horse Winner: Story Telling Technique, Beginning vs. the End


MLA format speech presentation , MLA the original order , no power point ( speech presentation of The Rocking -Horse Winner by D H Lawrence )
take the short story apart and analyzed it :
what is the significance of the title ?
How is the story told? Who is the narrator? What narrative perspective is used? What is the tone of the language ? Is the narrator reliable?
Look closely at the opening and ending .What does the author and narrator focus on ? What is the main point that`s the story makes?
How`s the character transform in the story?
What is the mayor theme of the history? Are there any minor themes?
What are the symbols or other figurative elements in the story ?
What is the cultural /historical/social context of the history and how they contribute to the development of the story?
What`s the author background as it relates to the story ? Does it relate to the story?
What seems to be the author primary goal/purpose in writing this short story? What does the text mean ?What does it have to say to us as readers?


Name Tutor Course Date The Rocking -Horse Winner The significance of the Title This title of this short story is very important not only to the author but also in the establishment of more meaning to the details of the story (Stern 56) The story bears the key words of the events taking place in the story. The part of the title, the rocking horse describes the nature of the horse that Paul uses in making a furious race as he is in the mission to make his prediction about the winner of the race. The addition of the word winner does not imply that Paul’s rocking horse wins but is an implication that through the riding of the rocking horse, Paul has the lucky experience of being able to predict the winner of the race. Story Telling Technique This particular story is told in the form of a narration of the events which are taking place in the play. Most of the ideas and the events taking place in the story are availed to th


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