1. What is the genre, or form, of the poem?
2. Who is speaking in the poem?
3. What is the argument, thesis, or subject of the poem
4. What is the structure of the poem? (Is it formal or thematic?)
5. How does the poem make use of setting? (Consider time,
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A. The Major question your essay will answer is:
What is the probability of the inevitability of the detrimental effects of future conflicts over resources such as energy
and water on a global and national spectrum?
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because black writers wanted to give expression to the black experienceto write about life as
they saw it and to look deeply into the black races existence in America. This they accomplished.
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