Pay attention to the following: the protagonists’ social and intellectual conditions; the cultural and historical settings of their narratives; their choices and what motivates them; their perspectives on events and other characters; their development, if any (e.g. do they “grow” as characters? Do they learn anything from the events they narrate or from other characters?); their reliability as narrators; the narrative voice, i.e. the narrators’ manner of speaking, dialect, and word choices. Support your claims with examples from the texts whenever necessary. Cite your sources adequately in accordance with the MLA citation style rules.Write your assignment as an essay of no less than 1000 and no more than 1200 words Note: you do not have to write a comparison/contrast essay, but make sure your essay is unitary and coherent.