Lab Questions on When The Emperor Was Divine Fall 2010

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ENGL 1302 Lab 14 Worksheet on When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka For the full 6 lab credits , answer the following questions in at least a paragraph (3 or more sentences) 1. Whose point of view does each section convey? Does the point of view change the way the section is written? Give details to back up your assessment. 2. How does each character seem to cope with the situation? Is one way of coping better than another? Why or why not? 3. Which character seems to change the most from this situation? Why do you think this character changes more than the others? 4. How is what the family imagines they will be received like when they return to San Francisco different from how they are actually received? 5. How would you have reacted if you had been a member of this family? 6.
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Unformatted text preview: Choose a scene from the book that resonated with you. What is it about the scene that caught your attention? Pay particular attention to the writing style. 7. We are never told why the father was sent to a camp for enemies of America. What did you imagine his “crime” to be? 8. How did you feel about the book’s ending? Did you get a sense of closure? Why do you think the author chose to end the story here? What do you imagine might happen to one or several of the characters in the future? 9. Imagine that a similar situation were to take place in the near future. What might have to happen to cause such a situation? Who would be targeted? How might others not targeted react? Do you think such a situation could happen again? If it were to happen, what would you do?...
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