American Literature by James Stobaugh

By James Stobaugh

An easy-to-use teacher’s advisor (to be used with American Literature pupil) outlines pupil goals with each one bankruptcy, delivering the solutions to the assignments and weekly routines. the ultimate lesson of the week contains either the examination, overlaying insights at the week’s bankruptcy, in addition to essays built during the process that week’s research, selected through the educator and scholar to customize the coursework for the person learner.

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C. Was the autobiography a “rags to riches” story or was it a self-serving, egotistical story of a man’s self-absorption? summary: Answers will vary, but this reader feels that it is unfair to suggest that Franklin had any hidden agenda. He was an intensely secure, confident man, but it is probably not fair to say that he was egotistical. 5 (Option B) Objective Test (50 Points — 10 points each) 1. ___B___, 2. ___C___, 3. ___A___, 4. ___B___, 5. ___B___ Essay (50 Points) In what ways does Franklin change over his life?

However, the narrator in “The Tell-Tale Heart” is also the protagonist. He is not reliable. The narrator in “The Fall of the House of Usher” is reliable, but he is not the protagonist. Both short stories exhibit the same tone: melancholy. “The Tell-Tale Heart” is much shorter with fewer characters. The plots are similar: the climax occurs at the end of the short story (with relatively no prose devoted to falling action). This is a typical mystery-tale approach. The tone is melancholy in both. 5 (Option B) Discussion Questions (100 Points) A.

Worldview Formation 2. The New Land to 1750: Puritanism and Native American Voices 3. The New Land to 1750: Puritanism 4. The Revolutionary Period, 1750-1800 (Part 1) 5. The Revolutionary Period, 1750-1800 (Part 2) 6. A Growing Nation, 1800-1840: National Period (Part 1) 7. A Growing Nation, 1800-1840: National Period (Part 2) 8. Romanticism: New England Renaissance, 1840-1855 (Part 1) 9. Romanticism: New England Renaissance, 1840-1855 (Part 2) 10. Romanticism: New England Renaissance, 1840-1855 (Part 3) 11.

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