- Discuss the relativity of the issues that Chopin raises to contemporary society and social norms?
- Describe the ‘realistic’ elements and the ‘naturalistic’ elements that exist in both works.
- London: In London’s naturalistic short story “To Build a Fire” the unnamed protagonist finds himself alone in a harsh natural setting that tests his capacity to survive. But what is the central conflict that has landed the ‘man’ in his predicament in the first place?
- Is it a conflict between man and nature,
- A conflict between the youth and confidence of the protagonist and the wisdom and experience of the ‘old timer from Sulpher Creek,’
- An internal conflict between the man’s ego and his common sense,
- Or some combination of the three?
- Discuss how Bierce’s use of dream, vision, and/or altered perception affects the realism of “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.” Support your response with specific evidence from the text.
- Louisa goes against the grain of women in her time in different ways. Explain how/why she does so and what Freeman is saying about the role of women in her culture. Don’t ignore the significance of the story’s title in your response.
- In the story “Roman Fever” discuss the point of friction that exists between Alida and Grace;
A) Of all the characters referenced who are the monsters;
B) Describe what Wharton is trying to accomplish with the story (what is her point).
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