Short Analysis

Part 1: Complete TWO of the following prompts. Write about two to three paragraphs for each. Include evidence (quotations and/or paraphrases) from the texts we’ve read to support your claims, but do not summarize the texts. Analyze them. I know these stories backwards and forwards. You don’t need to re-tell them to me. Compare and/or contrast TWO female characters from TWO different stories this session. Explain the symbolism of food in TWO stories this session. Identify TWO Christ figures in stories this session. Explain how weather or a season plays an important role in TWO stories this session. Explain the benefits you gained from NOT reading/listening to a story with your own eyes (Foster’s argument in HRLLP) this summer session. Use ONE story and your engagement with it as an example.  Stereotypically, childhood is a time to be carefree. Explain how TWO child characters from TWO different stories  this session break this stereotype.  Part 2: Essay Complete ONE of the following essay prompts. Write about five to six paragraphs. Include evidence (quotations and/or paraphrases) from stories to support your claims, but do not summarize the texts. Analyze them. I know these stories backwards and forwards. You don’t need to re-tell them to me. In How to Read Literature Like a Professor, Thomas Foster argues that political writing can be wonderful. He also acknowledges that it can be terrible. When it’s good, he loves it. When it’s bad, he hates it. Explain how ONE Appalachian story this session is an example of good political writing and how ONE story this session is an example of bad political writing.  In How to Read Literature Like a Professor, Thomas Foster argues that geography matters. The place where a story occurs can be impactful. Analyze how the mountains play a role in THREE stories this session. Explain how reading literature “like a professor” helped you engage more fully with stories this session. Use at least THREE stories this session as examples. Identify THREE ways your understanding of Appalachia has changed as a result of reading some the stories of the region. Refer to at least THREE stories you read this session to support your claims.  What is the story of Appalachia? Use evidence from at least THREE stories you read this session to support your claims.

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