“A Manual for Cleaning Women” actually has bracketed advice for cleaning women strewn between the paragraphs of the story. Using form analysis discuss what Berlin is trying to say in these sections.

1) “A Manual for Cleaning Women”“A Manual for Cleaning Women” actually has bracketed advice for cleaning women strewn between the paragraphs of the story. Using form analysis discuss what Berlin is trying to say in these sections. What is her main idea in this story and how do these sections add or detract from it?2) “The Woman in Green”Towards the end of the story, the narrator encounters the woman in green in a dead end street and becomes convinced she symbolizes death, so she runs to warn Dina that she is going to die. For those of us who have read the end of the story, what other symbolic meaning might Fernandez’ Cubas have meant us to see in the Woman in Green? Use details from the text to support your response.3) “Magic”There is a theme of hopelessness throughout Porter’s story. Using evidence from the text, discuss how the story shows the utter hopelessness and degradation of Ninette’s situation. *HINT* Porter is famous for the dry and straightforward tone of her stories. How might that contribute to the theme of hopelessness?