What are the initiating incident, the setup, and settingfor Everyday Use?I still does not know the difference between these three temrs.

What are the initiating incident, the setup, and settingfor Everyday Use?I still does not know the difference between these three temrs.

What are the initiating incident, the setup, and settingfor Everyday Use?I still does not know the difference between these three temrs.

What are the initiating incident, the setup, and settingfor Everyday Use?I still does not know the difference between these three temrs.

In Walker’s “Everyday Use,” the set-up (it’s a noun and is hyphenated) is the way in which the writer has constructed and contrived the visit by Dee, about which the story tells.The initiating incident (the visit) is a part of the set-up, as is the setting.  The story prepares the reader for the visit by describing the mother, Maggie, and Dee when she was younger; by revealing the friction between Dee and the other two; by revealing Dee’s attitude toward the two and their home and their lifestyle, as compared to her attitude toward the outside world.The set-up prepares the reader for the confrontation that occurs once Dee arrives.  The writer constructs the story in such a way that the relevant issues are revealed once Dee arrives.
What are the initiating incident, the setup, and settingfor Everyday Use?I still does not know the difference between these three temrs.