English Final

English Final - English Final 1"The Russian Greatcoat Theodore Deppe(poetry 74 Very Mysterious Poem Married man throws his Russian

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English Final 1. “The Russian Greatcoat” – Theodore Deppe (poetry 74) Very Mysterious Poem Married man throws his Russian Greatcoat (five-dollar Dostoevsky) into the Ohio. There are trust issues. “The question” – What are you thinking? Possibly about a man who cheats on his wife with a mistress. The throwing of the greatcoat can represent trust. 2. “Samurai” – Ricardo Pau-Llosa Bruno tries to get with a girl, but is denied. Bruno’s pick-up line is when he misunderstands her saying “ham on rye” and he thinks it is “samurai” Bruno is a predator. (It’s a game for Bruno to get girls and how he hunts girls and “preys” on them). Writing style of Pau-Llosa – One long sentence, but it still flows (not a run-on) 3. “From Blossoms” – Li-Young Lee Peaches represent happiness Happiness and simplicity You come from dust and will return there some day 4. “Onions” – William Matthews Writing style of Matthews – One big run-on sentence in the middle. Happiness and simplicity
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ENRU 1240 taught by Professor Kerins during the Fall '08 term at Fordham.

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English Final - English Final 1"The Russian Greatcoat Theodore Deppe(poetry 74 Very Mysterious Poem Married man throws his Russian

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