Contents Of A Dead Man's Pocket Literary Analysis
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Have you ever had a near death experience? Well in “Contents of a Dead Man’s pocket” Jack Finney writes about a character, called Tom Benecke who tries to retrieve a yellow sheet that flew out his window in his fifteenth story apartment. Conflict and setting make a great importance in “Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket”, the setting changes as Tom goes on the ledge, and the conflict is the only reason he went outside.
To begin with my literary analysis of “Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket”, the conflict in this short story plays a major role in telling the plot. One example of conflict was stated in the story: “For many seconds he thought he was going to abandon the yellow sheet...”(Finney 113) This is a major conflict due to the fact that he