Character Analysis: The Fifty-First Dragon

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“The Fifty-First Dragon” is identified as a piece of fiction because the short story has all the elements of a story. The first element of a story is that the story has characters. “The Fifty-First Dragon” has a few characters which include Gawaine le Cœur-Hardy, the Headmaster, the Assistant Professor of Pleasaunce, and the Fiftieth Dragon. Next element of a story is that the story has a setting(s). The Killing Dragons Knight School and the forests are the two main settings in “The Fifty-First Dragon”. Thirdly, another story element is the theme. The theme of the short story “The Fifty-First Dragon” can be that confidence is powerful whether it's coming from something real or made up. Gawaine was confident in himself when he had the “magic
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