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EXAM 2 50% short answer 50% ID’s, analysis, and Essay - Not as much as historical background as last time, more text based Essay  - Crane question (Maggie  or Open Boat)  - ** On the women stories, Chopin, Wharton, Freeman, (One of these, most  likely) o Or maybe on O’Connor (but probably not)  Historical Background - Look at handouts from class, ones online, **worksheet on  Naturalism/Realism Quote IDS—explication  - Analyze      the quotes, not just identify,  Authors - Backgrounds of authors (low on priority list) –  - *Crane died at 28 - * something about world war Maggie  is underlined, everything else is in quotes  REVIEW - Realism o Women’s stories (most of them – except O’Connor) New England Nun, Louisa, gives up her engagement, so that Lily can marry Joe, and  everybody is happy
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The Other Two Dealing with divorce, women become commodities, look at  explication worksheet, the moment when character becomes a  ‘shoe’ and is used, at the end awkward scene with all husbands,  but laughs and restores happiness Wallpaper Dark story  Storm People that cheat, nice to significant others, both are still happy
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