Briefly summarize the meaning of the quote and explain what is happening at this point in the story — very briefly.

https://www.cusd200.org/cms/lib/IL01001538/Centricity/Domain/361/oates_going.pdfPlease read story above
Your Assignment:
1. Click into the Weekly Assignment folder for Week 5 and open the document called “Quotes to use for this week.” You will find a selection of quotes from the short story assigned for this week. Choose TWO quotes.
2. Briefly summarize the meaning of the quote and explain what is happening at this point in the story — very briefly.
3. Break parts of the quote down and discuss these parts. Why is this quote important in the story? For example, here are a few ideas of how quotes can help a story:
a. Sometimes a quote helps to develop the protagonist, or central character, by revealing more about her character or developing her character, showing growth or change
b. A quote might represent one of the elements of plot, such as the climactic moment or the denouement. See the list in the Weekly folder.
c. A quote might build tension or add conflict to the plot that impacts the protagonist
d. A quote can establish setting
e. A quote can reveal how the protagonist gets along with other characters, which tells us a lot about the protagonist’s personality
f. A quote might use figurative language (metaphor, personification, simile, etc.) to emphasize an idea or image.
Add the analysis—-identify why the quote is important but be sure to tell us why.