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UGS 303–The American Experience as Told through Autobiographies Review Test #2.2–Tuesday, 22 November 2011, 5-6:30 pm Part 1. Answer the following questions of fact as succinctly as possible on a separate sheet or separate sheets of paper. Make certain that you write your name of each sheet of paper you use, and write the question number at the beginnning of each answer. When you will turn in your answers to Part 1, you will receive the questions for Part 2, which you will answer in a bluebook. _____________________________________________________________________________ 1.1. List three reasons why Americans write autobiographies. 1.2. List three reasons why a given society/culture would not have a tradition of auto/biography. 1.3. Cite three differences between biography and autobiography as kinds of narrative. 1.4. What special significance to modern thought and autobiography does the opening page of The Confessions does Jean Jacques Rousseau have? 1.5. What is the significance of the subtitle (The Education of Richard Rodriguez) in Hunger of Memory ?
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