“Spotted Horses” Vs. “Mule in the Yard”
William Faulkner wrote two short stories, which are alike in many aspects. “Spotted Horses” and “Mule in the Yard” are short stories that both involve comic animal chases and financial transactions. Even though the stories are written by the same author, have similar characteristics, and share similar plot features, they are entirely different stories. The stories are both examples of interpretive literature, however “Spotted Horses” is a more
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Spotted Horses” is proved to be the more interpretive of the two stories because it’s plot was not written for entertainment. There is no suspense in “Spotted Horses”.
“Mule in the Yard” is not a bad story. It is actually an interpretive piece of literature. There are some instances where it could be borderline escape literature, but overall it is interpretive. When compared to “Spotted Horses”, it is the more escapist of the two.