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One picture looks like Maggie and baby Tommie- Mary Johnson wasn’t there 3.) When Maggie walks the streets alone-shows the men she is there for “hire” 4.) Pictures Berry showed in class a. Shootin’ Craps-kids playing in the streets b. Bottle Alley-full of total junk c. Room in tenement-little girl too old to be in crib, world in which parents age quickly d. Old house on Bleecker Street back lot- in the book an old tramp lives there e. Typical tenement fire-escape on a flat(European word for apartment)- clothes hanging, ladder to get down f. Greek children in Gotham Court-look sad and not like children g. Stale bread vendor-bread that has been thrown out from the bakery, sold for pennies h. Jersey Street tenements- Xenophobic time: hatred/fear of foreigners or the “others”, in these cases the people did a lot of mixing i. Tenement-house yard j. Rag Picker’s row-garment district was there, cotton industry was stable, rags would be bundled and sold k. “the bend”-area where one would go to commerce and market l. The growler (beer pail)-7 cents m. “5 cents a spot”, lodgers in a crowded tenement-piled on top of one another just to get under a blanket, 5 cents to have roof over head for the night
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n. Police station lodgers waiting to be let in-people would try to get arrested for place to sleep, police were extremely corrupt/tie newspaper on feet b/c they didn’t know what they were walking through o. “The Tramp” p. “7 cent lodging house”-bunks lice infested, smelly q. Street arabs-arabs likely to steal r. On the roof of the barracks-two naked children, literally slipping through the cracks 5.) Maggie’s father smoking a pipe-sign of serenity, people wanted to turn to something, sometimes people would smoke to fight tuberculosis 6.) Maggie gets taken to various places like beer halls, plays by Pete a. The skits are people singing a song on stage against the Brits-the Irish loved it i. Cheap crowd fervor that would build up-circuses 7.) Beginning of the book a. Mock Homeric Epic-little boys fighting like soldiers would (Rum Alley- J immy’s gang, versus Devil’s Row) b. J immie Johnson-very little c. Fight over territory-like animals i. Fighting until they draw blood ii. Excitement when they see blood 8.) 2 existing readings of Maggie a. Very naturalistic b. Crane can’t run away from his past-social ethics and how we treat each other DOES matter
9.) Bowery District a. Huge tenements b. Workers, drunks, mothers 10.) Naturalism a. Ton of insect metaphors b. Much animal and insect imagery-doesn’t matter if we are ants or people b/ c god is indifferent c. Darwinian ervantity – every man for himself d. Yellow symbolizes decay and disease e. Red-Crane loves this color to use for his purposes/ connection of red with prostitution i. Refers to Maggie “girl of the crimson lesions” ii. Jimmy “crimson oath” f. Any references to religion 11.) First chapter a. All characters are introduced b. J immy-8 or 9 c. Pete-16 years old “the lad with chronic sneer”—later Jimmy has chronic

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