(HMWRK) READING AS A WRITER.  Identify two lessons you learn from Camus about what successful stories need.  Be ready to explain these lessons, with examples from “The Guest.”  As you consider these lessons, remember basic elements at the writer’s disposal: character, plot, setting, theme and narrator.

In other words, can you in Camus find two lessons for writers of short stories?

A digital copy of the short story resides on the “World Fiction” page of this course blog.