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Setting is the most important tool that people don't use towards their claim. The setting is used in different ways to understand the book in a way that supports the claim and the actions of the protagonist and the antagonist. The Westing Game picture shows the setting of the Westing house which shows the scariness of the story.The Westing house represents Mr. Westing who surrounds the whole story in different forms. The setting connects to many things that runs through the whole story.

A character can make actions throughout the story but it takes place during and in the setting. Doug Hoo who runs in track is a very minor character in the story but helps the story run on just like his legs. After classes, instead of running around the indoor track, Doug hoo jogged out of the gym to the shopping center six blocks away( Raskin 106)." The setting which is what holds all of the information can help understand the content of the position of the character.

The setting can be weather as well as place that anything can take place. " Four people stood in the driveway melting snow, shivered as the sun dropped behind Sunset Towers. The fifth jogged in place. No smoke had risen form the chimney since that fateful Halloween; Still they stared at the Westing house, murder on their minds. (Raskin 88)" The setting applies in many ways and will always be there.

Setting can be in any form and will be there always." Four people stood in the driveway melting snow, shivered as the sun dropped behind Sunset Towers. The fifth jogged in place. No smoke had risen from the chimney since that fateful Halloween; Still they stared at the Westing house, murder on their minds. (Raskin 88)" Without the setting the book and actions of a character will be a waste.