Hawthorne Assignment - Zachary Fisher-Edelglass EN 220 Prof...

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Zachary Fisher-Edelglass 1/28/13 EN 220 Prof. Tursi ASSIGNMENT FOR TUES 1/28: Hawthorne’s “Young Goodman Brown” READ carefully Nathaniel Hawthorne’s biographical information (356) and short story “Young Goodman Brown” (357-366). Hawthorne was an early 19 th -century New England man of letters, who wrote stories that often pondered the Puritan legacy his ancestors had left him and his nation. As you read, I hope you will think about how he has factored into the development of the short story form. Also, be sure you remind yourself to separate author from narrator; rather than thinking about the characters as real people, address what the author is doing through her or his characterization. As you read, ANNOTATE the story for class discussion either in your book or on a xerox of the story. You might also consider keeping a reading journal in which to collect your annotations. Annotating involves engaging with the text in written form, where you ask questions in the
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