"The Lamp at Noon" - short story about isolation.
Sinclair Ross responds to the issue of isolation, in his short story, "The Lamp at Noon." The author focuses on the theme of how not to deal with isolation. This notion is reinforced by the setting (mood/physical), characters, and symbolism that he describes so vividly.
The first method the author uses to convey the idea of isolation is through setting. The setting was beautifully described creating imagery that assists the focus of the theme. Sinclair expresses personification in climate changes, for example, "..Demented wind fled keening past the house: a wail through the eaves that died…
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