The analysis of the short story “The Meaning of Clouds” by Natalie Cox shows that it follows a linear plot structure. The story takes place during a single day, but there are also references to the past and future.
The main character in the story is Mags. She is a woman who has recently lost her job and is spending the day looking after Bella, her stepdaughter.
The physical setting is a town in England. The action takes place during a single morning in July.
The story is told by the main character Mags, a first-person narrator. Mags’ point of view plays a significant role in how the events of the story are presented.
The language in lines 1-17 is mostly informal. However, there are also instances of more complex language and figurative language that reflects the narrator’s mood.
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