Eudora Welty: Why I Live at the P.O. is Sister the wronged innocent she proclaims herself to be? How so? How would you describe Sister and her family?PS-Please write answers under the questions, Thank you. You don’t have to do entrance PAGE nor Reference Page, THANK YOUA. S. Byatt [Dame Antonia Susan Duffy] The Thing in the ForestHow did seeing the Loathly Worm harm Primrose and Penny? Why, when Primrose and then Penny went back to the forest to look for the Worm, did the forest appear completely different to the one than to the other? How did their mothers shape each of their personalities so that they responded differently to the memory of the Worm?Eudora Welty: Why I Live at the P.O.Is Sister the wronged innocent she proclaims herself to be? How so? How would you describe Sister and her family?PS- Keep this part short PLEASE, THANK YOUYou may choose any five (5) of the following questions to answer.1. Explain the symbolism in A. S. Byatt’s story “The Thing in the Forest.” What can the Worm symbolize? The names of the children? The manner of deaths of the fathers?2 In Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily,” can you explain or justify Emily’s behaviour? How do you think it was possible for her to get away with what she did for her entire life?3. How does the character of Elizabeth, the wife in D.H. Lawrence’s “Odour of Chrysanthemums,” change over the course of the story? Do you find her to be more or less sympathetic? What symbolism do you find in the narrative?4. What is the relationship between Mrs. Ansley and Mrs. Slade in Edith Wharton’s “Roman Fever”? How does it appear different at the beginning of the story than at the end?5. Compare and contrast the central characters of Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour,” and Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper.” Can they be considered in any way to be alike, or are they very different? What do you think about the two husbands?D&B1-How do Penny and Primrose react to the terrible shock they both had? Can one response be seen as “healthier”than the other?2-Sister tells her story in the form of “stream of consciousness,” which means she says whatever is on the tip of her tongue without thinking about it. What does this tell you about what kind of person she is?3-Most people focus on the two most prominent men in Emily’s life, her father and Homer Barron. But there is a forgotten man, Tobe. What do you think was his relationship to her? Why did he disappear after she died?