here is a little summary of the story i need to analyze.
In the short story “The Lamp at Noon” by Sinclair Ross, the characters Ellen and Paul both struggle to survive the dust and drought year after year during the great depression, but soon realize they are faced with unbeatable odds. The characters are torn apart by these harsh elements of nature and their own inability to cope with the changing conditions. This story resembles some very sad but very real aspects of how early farmers lived like during the Great Depression. The mood and attitude which the author portrays is of loneliness, isolation and of harsh environment.

i need to analyuze it using the archetpal apprach cataracts of heaven, and i am very stuck
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