A Plot Comparison of â€œBlue Winds Dancingâ€ and â€œEveryday Useâ€
The plot of â€œBlue Winds Dancingâ€ and the plot of â€œEveryday Useâ€ have common endings with the characters having different motivational goals. Both stories end happily, in which the protagonist succeeds the antagonist. The antagonist in â€œEveryday Useâ€ and the protagonist in â€œBlue Winds Dancingâ€ both have goals in which they wish to achieve, but only one succeeds.
â€œBlue Winds Dancingâ€ and â€œEveryday Useâ€ have similar endings. They both end happy. In â€œBlue Winds Dancing,â€ the main character is accepted into a social community by the end of the story. The protagonists in â€œEveryday Useâ€ discover that they are content with the lifestyles they live and do not wish to change. In both stories the antagonist tries to alter the protagonistâ€™s lifestyle by proclaiming that they are â€œbehind times.â€ These stories end happily because the protagonists do not allow the antagonists to prevail.
In â€œEveryday Use,â€ the antagonist is trying to accomplish a goal while in â€œBlue Winds Dancing,â€ the protagonist is trying to accomplish a goal. The goal is achieved in â€œBlue Winds Dancing,â€ but not in â€œEveryday Use.â€ The antagonist in â€œEveryday Useâ€ has problems with achieving the goal because the protagonist does allow this to happen.
In â€œBlue Winds Dancing,â€ the goal is achieved by the protagonist who sets the two stories apart. The characters are similar because they are trying to achieve a set goal, but are different because they both do not accomplish that goal.
This short interpretation notes only a few similarities and differences of â€œBlue Winds Dancingâ€ and â€œEveryday Useâ€ with adequate attention to the scheme of the two stories. The go