Journal entry 2

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Journal Entry 2

Pick 1 Topic Question

1. “Wildwood” (Diaz 455-473): Lola and her mother have a very difficult relationship. Use at least one citation to support the difficulties illustrated in the text about their relationship. Additionally, how did Lola’s response to her mother’s cancer affect your ability to relate to Lola as a character? Did your opinion of Lola change after you learned of her mother’s response to her molestation?

2. “A Rose for Emily” (Faulkner 308-316): How do you think your vision/characterization of Emily is affected by the narrator? Is the narrator reliable? Does he paint a “true” and “accurate” picture of Emily? Consider: is the narrator’s opinion of Miss Emily at all influenced by the place (community) and time in which he lives? By his gender, class, and race? By Emily’s? If so, how? Use at least one citation as evidence.

Textbook

Mays, Kelly J. The Norton Introduction to Literature: Portable 12th Edition. New York: Norton, 2017.

Journal Entry 2

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Journal 2: Describe an important course correction you have made in the past. Explain how you became aware that you were off course, what you did to change course, and how your efforts turned out. Most important, what did you learn from this experience?

Your journal must be two full pages. Please write your journal with double-spacing while using the Times New Roman font and 12-point font in Microsoft Word. Canvas will not read assignments written inGoogle docsor Pages. If you submit your journal using Pages, you will receive a “0” on your assignment.

Journal entry 2

I need an explanation for this English question to help me study.

Journal Entry 2

Pick 1 Topic Question

1. “Wildwood” (Diaz 455-473): Lola and her mother have a very difficult relationship. Use at least one citation to support the difficulties illustrated in the text about their relationship. Additionally, how did Lola’s response to her mother’s cancer affect your ability to relate to Lola as a character? Did your opinion of Lola change after you learned of her mother’s response to her molestation?

2. “A Rose for Emily” (Faulkner 308-316): How do you think your vision/characterization of Emily is affected by the narrator? Is the narrator reliable? Does he paint a “true” and “accurate” picture of Emily? Consider: is the narrator’s opinion of Miss Emily at all influenced by the place (community) and time in which he lives? By his gender, class, and race? By Emily’s? If so, how? Use at least one citation as evidence.

Textbook

Mays, Kelly J. The Norton Introduction to Literature: Portable 12th Edition. New York: Norton, 2017.