1. Literary appearance is congenital on affecting need. In alternative words, what a appearance wants reveals a lot about that character. Use this abstraction to anatomy an article about one appearance from a adventure on our account list. Think about absolutely what it is the appearance needs. Think about why that appearance needs what he or she needs. Think about what is accepting in the way of the appearance accepting what he or she desires so much.
2. From a abbreviate adventure on your account list, accept a appearance (not necessarily the protagonist) whose apperception is pulled in adverse admonition by two acute desires, ambitions, or obligations. Then, in a able essay, analyze anniversary of the two adverse armament and explain why the battle exists and how it is resolved. Conclude your article by assuming how this battle illuminates the acceptation of the abbreviate adventure as a whole.
3 . Deceit is article that all bodies booty allotment in. From your account of abbreviate stories, accept one in which a appearance carefully deceives in adjustment to beforehand a specific agenda. Then, in a able essay, altercate the attributes of the cheat or bribery and how it contributes to the development of that appearance (or group) or the affair of the work. Questions you ability accede allegory in your essay: why does the appearance deceive others? How is that bamboozlement achieved? Does the bamboozlement assignment for the character?
Should be about 550 words. Here is the account of stories:
"Everyday Use" by Alice Walker
"Two Kinds" by Amy Tan
"The Men We Carry in Our Minds" by Scoot Sanders
"The Things They Carried” by Tim O'Brian
Orientation" by Daniel Orozco
"Spanish Roulette" by Ed Vega
“War” by Luigi Pirandello
"The Foundations of the Earth" by Randall Kenan
"Much Madness is Divinest Sense," "Civil Disobedience" by Henry David Thoreau
"Blue Winds Dancing" by Tom Whitecloud
"Araby" by James Joyce
"The Ruined Maid,"
"The Storm" by Kate Chopin
"The Sleepover Question" Amy Schalet
"Break it Down" by Lydia Davis
"The Lay of Thyrm," by Kevin-Crossley-Holland
"Young Goodman Brown," Nathaniel Hawthorne
"The Cask of Amontillado," Edgar Allen Poe
“Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother”, Amy Chua
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