Literary Devices Found in Two Kinds
Ashton Williams 8/27/12
The exposition is when the daughter is explaining her life in first person and when and the mother is watching tv and getting ideas about her daughter being a prodigy. The rising action is when the daughter desides that she wont put effort into her mothers tests and into trying to be a prodigy. This is when they start arguing more. The climax is when the daughter says that she wishes she was dead like the mothers other children. This is when the mother stops trying. The resolution is when she fixes up the piano. In the story the piano symbolized her relationship with her mother.