After a period of close reading, critical thinking and engaging discussion, students will prepare a final statement on one of the works discussed. This response will answer one of the questions asked, be roughly 250 words long, and include an integrated, direct quote from the text to support the opinion. Quotations must be in quotation marks and all quotations must be cited. It is not necessary to include a Reference page entry for the story you are writing about - just an in-text citation. Here is a correct citation for a quotation:

"There was something coming to her, and she was waiting for it." (Chopin, 1894, 15).

Failure to include at least one integrated quote from the work will result in an automatic grade of 50%. The quote does not count toward the total required word count.
Responses will be written or pasted into the text box below - You may attach a file instead if you prefer. Responses should be written in complete sentences in proper standard written English. Check responses for grammatical and spelling errors, maintain a professional and respectful tone, and answer the question thoroughly.
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Unit 3 Response: Choose to answer ONE of the following questions with support from the text.
Discuss the narrator's point of view used in  "A Rose for Emily"


How did the treatment of Emily by her father affect the adult she became?

Explain how this story illustrates the use of an "unreliable narrator".
  • “A Rose for Emily” by Faulkner


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