In a scene when Cal is with his father, his father gets angry and tries to strangle him. Cal before stated he was
trying to get a rise out of him. Do you think he expected his father to react like that?
I dont think Cal expected his father to
Throughout the movie the director chose to allow some scenes to flow freely from one to
another, while many of the ones with Maude and Harold are choppy in transition. Do you
think there is a reason for this?
I think the director wanted the s
ENG 199 Analysis Paper 2
Growing Up With Support
In the texts of The Incredibly True Story of Two Girls in Love and Who Will Run the Frog
Hospital?, both female protagonists deal with the trials of adolescence while enduring
Up until this point Berie doesnt show much emotion towards her parents, why do you she
started to cry when they arrested her and told her they were taking her to her parents?
What does this say about Beries maturity level?
I think this is a p
ENG 199 Miriam Gershow
Societies Standards upon Adolescences Revised
In Harold and Maude and When Captain Flint Was Still A Good Man the protagonists
both faced trials and tribulations in their teenage lives. While one protago
Due: Thursday, 5/30. Youll be handing this in.
Write your introduction paragraph to your Final Analysis Paper on The Virgin Suicides. Whether
you write it below or type it on a separate sheet, be sure to keep a copy for yourself. I will
collect one copy,
What do you think is the importance of Ceceilias two attempts at suicide by herself verses
her sisters only attempting once all together. Do you think Ceceilia attempting twice has
significance or the fact her sisters committed suicide at the
English 199 Final Essay
Memories or Imagination?
In much teen literature the reader typically experiences the book from the protagonist
perspective who also happens to be the narrator of the story. It becomes confusing when th