ENGLISH 1302 PLAY OR SHORT STORY CRITICISMAnalyze your chosen story or play to detail how one aspect of the story—symbolism, characterization, or irony—fits into the story. Show how this part of the story complements the theme of the work. Other story elements will also come into play in the explanation. You may also need to comment on how your subject fits into its own time and place or all times and places.The paper should be at least four pages (besides the works cited), with internal citations. These will obviously correspond to a works cited sheet that follows. It will include citations from articles by critics found in the Literary Reference Center or Bloom’s Literature available on the El Centro College Library website. The way you cite the critics, set up the quotes, and follow the pattern for a proper works cited will be a major part of your grade.The major part of the paper will be your own writing about the story, zeroing in on your topic (symbols, characters, or irony). You will use quotes from the work. This involves several careful readings of the chosen work. But you will also need to look at the critical articles on the website, find appropriate details in at least two of them, forward those articles to your own email, cite them in your paper, and make works cited entries for them to follow your paper.Irony in “The Storm” by Kate ChopinAn outline follows on the next page:Play or Short Story CriticismI. IntroductionA. Rhetorical Device (Anecdote, Scenario, Provoking Question,Metaphor, Analogy, or Other Literary Device) to Segue intothe ThesisB. Thesis Statement Linking Theme to Symbols or Characterizationor IronyII. Background on the Play or Story to Establish the Perceived Theme(III-V) Paragraphs on Instances of Symbols, Characterization, or IronyVI. Support or Opposition to Current Reading from CriticsVII. Conclusion on the Relevance of Symbols, Characterization, or Ironyto the Theme and Resonance of the Work [with Comparison of How Feminist Authors before American Women Could Vote (before 1920)Can Parallel Current Movements (Power Struggles for Equal Financial Help in the Pandemic, Equal Treatment by Police, Respect for Immigrants, and the Still Live Controversy over Respect for Women]NOTE: The second short story essay will follow a similar outline, but it will touch on virtually every story element as it fits into the story and complements the theme. It will also extensively cite the story and touch on comments from literary critics. It will also feature a works cited page after the essay, and the essay will contain in-text citations matching all of the works cited sources .