The story is called "Spinner of Darkness". 4 page essay (1000 words), minimum 2 peer-reviewed academic source can be used to establish context and support claim, MLA format. Why did the narrator’s mother tell her these stories in ‘Spinner of Darkness’? At the end of the story, she says “mother had been honest at last. There was no mystery, there was no enigma .” What does this mean? What is the tension between lying and telling the truth? What does it say about the nature of parenting, and or storytelling, for instance? Or how does this confession compare to the mother’s letter in ‘The Paper Menagerie’?