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The story “Tears of Autumn” by Yoshiko Uchida is a great story, which the settings affect the story by many ways. This story is mostly about a young woman gone to America from Japan for freedom and marriage. The settings affect the story a lot as the story progresses.

The settings of a story can change a character’s mood motion, feelings, and thoughts. The most significance setting in the story “Tears of Autumn” which affect the story was when she’s ion the ship, in Japan, in America, and during the 70s’. Without these settings, the story won’t be as good as it is now.

Japan is a country without many freedoms during the time of 70s’; this is the reasons why the young woman moved to America form Japan. Ship is the most emotional vehicle, with the blow of wind, and the smell of ocean. It could make you cry, and it also could make you laugh. This is how the young woman felt on her way to America form Japan. She’s worry about her family back in Japan, and she’s happy about her marriage in America.

These are some examples and reasons of the story “Tears of Autumn” of how the settings affect the story character’s mood, motion, feelings and thought.
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Please please proofread my essay for me please, it's short

The story “Tears of Autumn” by Yoshiko Uchida is a great story, which the settings affect the story by many ways. This story is mostly about a young woman gone to America from Japan for freedom and marriage. The settings affect the story a lot as the story progresses.

The settings of a story can change a character’s mood motion, feelings, and thoughts. The most significance setting in the story “Tears of Autumn” which affect the story was when she’s ion the ship, in Japan, in America, and during the 70s’. Without these settings, the story won’t be as good as it is now.

Japan is a country without many freedoms during the time of 70s’; this is the reasons why the young woman moved to America form Japan. Ship is the most emotional vehicle, with the blow of wind, and the smell of ocean. It could make you cry, and it also could make you laugh. This is how the young woman felt on her way to America form Japan. She’s worry about her family back in Japan, and she’s happy about her marriage in America.

These are some examples and reasons of the story “Tears of Autumn” of how the settings affect the story character’s mood, motion, feelings and thought.

I think that the novel “The Tears of Autumn” by Yoshiko Uchida is a great one. The plot of this novel is deeply affected by many different settings during its whole lenght. "The Tears of Autumn" deals with a young woman who left Japan and went to America looking for freedom and to marry a man.

As I said above, to change the setting also means to change the characters' mood, feelings and thoughts. The most significant settings in this novel are her stay on the ship, in Japan, in America, and the '70s period. In my opinion, without these settings, the plot wouldn't be as good as it is.

In the '70s there was almost no freedom in Japan and that's why the young woman decided to move from Japan to America. The ship is the most exciting vehicle, due to/because of (here you can choose either) its ability to make you both cry and laugh by simply smelling the ocean or hearing the wind blowing. This is exactly how the young woman felt on her way to America. She worried over her family but she was happy about her soon marriage as well.

These are just a few examples of how settings affect characters' mood, feelings and thoughts in "The Tears of Autumn".

I hope this helped you... The blue word should be changed with a more proper one...

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I am sorry that the my last post didnt conatined any word doc. look at the image, its with track changes the lines. Replace the yellow highlighted word with some other word.

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The story “Tears of Autumn” by Yoshiko Uchida is a great one. It is about a young woman who went to America from Japan in search of freedom and marriage.

The settings of a story can affect it in many ways. The settings of a story can change a character’s mood motion, feelings, and thoughts. The most significant setting in the story “Tears of Autumn”, is her stay on the ship in Japan and America, during the 70s’.

During ‘70s, Japan didn’t have much of freedom, and this was the reason that the young woman moved to America form Japan. Ship is the considered as the most emotional vehicle[Ms1] , with the blow of wind, and the smell of ocean. It could make you cry, and it also could make you laugh. This is how the young woman felt on her way to America form Japan. She worried about her family back in Japan, and she was happy about her marriage in America.

These are a few examples and reasons of how the settings in the story, “Tears of Autumn”, affected the story character’s mood, motion, feelings and thought.



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The story “Tears of Autumn” by Yoshiko Uchida is a great story, which the settings affect the story by many ways. This story is mostly about a young woman gone to America from Japan for freedom and marriage. The settings affect the story a lot as the story progresses.

The settings of a story can change a character’s mood motion, feelings, and thoughts. The most significance setting in the story “Tears of Autumn” which affect the story was when she’s ion the ship, in Japan, in America, and during the 70's 70s’. Without these settings, the story won’t be as good as it is now.

Japan was is a country without many freedoms during the time of 70's 70s’; this is the reasons why the young woman moved to America form Japan. Ship is the most emotional vehicle, with the blow of wind, and the smell of ocean. It could make you cry, and it also could make you laugh. This is how the young woman felt on her way to America form Japan. She’s worried worry about her family back in Japan, and she’s happy about her marriage in America.

These are some examples and reasons of the story “Tears of Autumn” of how the settings affect the story character’s mood, motion, feelings and thought.



The essay is poorly written and a bad essay if it was supposed to be about the setting. I am currently reading this for my literature class. Let me say you would probably FAIL with this type of work at my school.

FINAL JUDGEMENT: F >>> This essay has grammatical errors of a 1st grader. A contraction is never used in an essay. And an essay should be 3-5 paragraphs with structured sentences.

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