"where Have You Been, Where Are You Going" by Oates and "A Small, Good thing" by Raymand Caver.
Comparison & Contrast of Short Fiction
Although there are many common grounds by comparing the two typical stories "Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?" by Oates and "A Small, Good Thing" by Raymond Carver, but each writer has its own purposes and points through the essences of their story to convey its readers in order to achieve their goal. As a product of middle class American descendants, this made Oates and Carver in common as a symbol of criticasters of the cultural and social structures of middle class America. Both of them have pointed out the postwar America had created…
- "where Have You Been, Where Are You Going" by Oates and "A Small, Good thing" by Raymand Caver.
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- This is an exercice from the novel Cue for Treason. The exercise was too subsititute the main character for another one and explain how the story would have been different.
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