Death in the woods' by Anderson

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Some would argue that the narrator of Anderson’s “Death in the Woods” did not really experience the narrative that he relates—i.e., that he fabricated it out of bits and pieces of his memories. In a detailed essay, argue why we should or should not interpret the story of the old woman as the narrator’s fabrication. As part of your argument, you should assert why it matters for the story’s meaning that the narrator either does or does not fabricate the tale. For all options, you will need to use detailed examples from the stories in question–i.e., include specific passages from the story and explain how that passage proves/illustrates your point. Do NOT use the topic’s questions as the basis for your organization. Remember that when writing a comparative analysis, you must do more than merely point out similarities and differences.
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