So Much for that Plot Twist... Let's Discuss the Language...

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    I enjoyed this story. As mentioned in pretty much all of the other blogs, the first stranger is actually the escaped prisoner instead of the third stranger as the reader is first led to believe. While this is an example of a somewhat unreliable narrator, I feel like this twist in the plot was not all that surprising since I had a hard time following the story anyway.

    What I did really enjoy about this story were the vivid descriptions. In the beginning of the story, when Hardy was describing the setting, I got a very clear image in my mind and he did an equally impressive job describing and developing most of the main characters, which is often hard to do in a short story.

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