Explain the effect of cummings’ manipulation of the rules of grammar on the reader.

My work is divided into six modules; all of the authors in each module have certain commonalities. I want about 275 words per page. I will give the books details that I have so you can review them on y’all’s library session.

Page number 1- For each question below, compose a short answer (approximately 200-300 words), using examples from the primary text(s) for support.

1) How is Whitman’s poetry “democratic”?

2) What is Dickinson’s view of death?

3) What does the point of view in Huck Finn say about America?

4) How does James use setting to communicate his ideas about the American identity?

Page number 2- For each question below, compose a short answer (approximately 200-300 words), using examples from the primary text(s) for support.

1) Justify Edna’s final decision in The Awakening.

2) What is meant by “Roman Fever?” How does it influence Alida and Grace?

3) Comment on the effect of the identification of characters by their occupation in “The Open Boat.”

4) Theodore Dreiser is known to be one of America’s foremost naturalist writers, and the

element of determinism is essential to any naturalist fiction. What is/are the determinist element(s) in Sister Carrie and how does it/do they affect the characters and the situations that unfold?

5) Identify and discuss what you believe to be the central symbol in “To Build a Fire.”

Page number 3-For each question below, compose a short answer (approximately 200-300 words), using examples from the primary text(s) for support.

1) Discuss the effect of place in “The Sculptor’s Funeral.”

2) Despite the regional (New England) origin of Frost’s material, account for his universal appeal. For example, you might consider the selection and use of tree varieties in a number of his poems.

3) What does Anderson have to say about small town America?

4) How is the title of “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” ironic?

5) Compare/contrast gender relationships Millay’s poems

6) Explain the effect of cummings’ manipulation of the rules of grammar on the reader.

Page number 4-For each question below, compose a short answer (approximately 200-300 words), using examples from the primary text(s) for support.

1) Analyze the coming of age (or middle age) in the main character in “Babylon Revisited.” Can you draw any parallels to the coming of age of our country?

2) Discuss how Faulkner’s writing reaches beyond the time and place in which so much of it is set. In other words, what universal themes are found in “A Rose for Emily”?

3) Consider the “plain” language of Hemingway. How does it affect the reader?

4) Explain the spirit of “westering” in Steinbeck. Why is it important? Does it still exist?

Page number 5-For each question below, compose a short answer (approximately 200-300 words), using examples from the primary text(s) for support.

1) Discuss the relationships between fantasy and reality in A Streetcar Named Desire.

2) Miller has said that tragedy springs from the individual’s quest for a proper place in the world and from his or her readiness “to lay down…life, if need be, to secure [a] sense of personal dignity.” Does this apply to all, or only American tragedies? Or, should America teach us there is no “proper place,” – or that we can define our own, thus avoiding tragedy altogether?

3) In “Good Country People,” Mrs. Hopewell says, “He was so simple . . . but I guess the world would be better off if we were all that simple.” Mrs. Freeman responds, “Some can’t be that simple . . . . I know I never could” (1568). Why does Mrs. Freeman get the last word? Who is she talking about?

Page number 6-For each question below, compose a short answer (approximately 200-300 words), using examples from the primary text(s) for support.

1) How has Ginsberg’s vision of America proven accurate, and how has it not?

2) Who is Lazarus? What parallels does Plath draw, and are they appropriate? Why/why not?

3) Has Joan or Richard initiated the idea of separating in John Updike’s “Separating”? How do you know? How is Richard feeling about his separation at the end of Updike’s story “Separating”?

4) Explicate the roles of race and class in Morrison’s “Recitatif”. In the end, what does the story have to say regarding these components of identity?

My literature books details.

-The norton anthology American literature volume C eight edition 1865-1914 Nina Baym and Robert S Levine.

-the norton anthology American literature volume D eighth edition 1914-1945. Same authors from above.

-the norton anthology American literature volume E eighth edition.

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