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Discussion Preparation Worksheet Instructions: This exercise is meant to mimic the directed free writing we did in class earlier in the  quarter. It may be typed or handwritten. No formatting beyond numbering is required. No set length, but  as this is a preparation exercise, the notes do not need to be extensive. 1. Lecture: select one of Prof. Henton’s arguments/close readings that interested you and write it  down with a few of your own thoughts about it. 2. Write down one thing that interested you in this week’s text(s). 3. Select what you feel is the most important word, phrase, or passage in the text and jot down your  thoughts as to why. 4. What’s American about this text? 1. Professor Henton’s close reading of the Small Place revealed certain things that I did  not catch while reading the book. The continuing idea of consumerism or exoticism is 
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  • Fall '14
  • Henton
  • A Small Place, Discussion Preparation Worksheet, mood Kincaid

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