Setting

The setting of a story is more than where it takes place, geographically, and when it takes place, temporally. When discussing setting as a literary technique, we often look at it in relation to its main characters. After all, setting creates a set of expectations for the reader and an environment for its characters. We usually use these terms when talking about setting and characters:


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