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American Literature: American Realism Final Study Guide 2017-2018 Directions : Use this study guide to prepare for your final on this unit. You can make your notes on paper, or type them in the guide and print it to use during the test. Readings: The test will cover the following readings; the links in the titles will bring you to Schmoop.com or enotes.com, where you can read summaries, analysis, etc. An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge ,” pages 1-7 in the readings packet, or pages 423-430 in your textbook. Lesson Day 1 Lesson Day 2 Lesson Day 3 Make sure you review the text analysis assignment. You can watch the film (with headphones in class, please) here . War is Kind ,” page 8 in the readings packet. Lesson Day 1 Lesson Day 2 A Pair of Silk Stockings ,” pages 9-15 in the readings packet, or pages 505-508 in the textbook. Lesson Day 1 Lesson Day 2 The Gettysburg Address ,” page 16 in the readings packet, or page 448 in your textbook.
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