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1. Flannery O’Connor was a practicing Catholic who deliberately introduced elements of Christian beliefs into her stories, which often featured violence and unlikable or evil characters. How does she incorporate her beliefs into this story, and what is the spiritual point she is trying to make? Explore your text, APU's library and electronic databases, and other academically credible sources to build background for answering this question; include citations. 

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Week 4 | Short Stories Short Essays Instructions Walker’s “Everyday Use” (pgs. 69-77) and O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find” (pgs. 352-365) Name: Date: Directions: Be thorough in responding to the writing prompts (plan a minimum of 75 words for each question with examples from the text, where appropriate, and demonstration of academic language usage). Cite any sources, other than your opinion, that you use for analyzing these stories. Alice Walker, “Everyday Use” Short Essays 1. The narrator moves between talking about herself to talking about her daughters. How does she describe herself, as well as Dee and Maggie? How “reliable” is she as a narrator? Describe how her views shape the story and, possibly, our preferences for certain characters—or do they? Insert your answer(s) here 2. The story brings up the question of how one preserves heritage. Describe your own heritage and how you view your family history, culture, spiritual roots, traditions, personal identity and goals, and other related components. Describe the character with whom you most identify in your personal approach to honoring and/or preserving your heritage, or do you (and why). Insert your answer(s) here 3. Describe influences from Walker’s life that appear in her writing. Explore your text, APU's library and electronic databases, and other academically credible sources to build background for answering this question. Be sure to cite your sources. Insert your answer(s) here Flannery O’Connor, “A Good Man is Hard to Find” Short Essays 4. How does O’Connor portray the family? Pick one character from the story and describe him or her with vivid details: physically, psychologically, spiritually, socially, etc. List five adjectives with examples that help the reader to understand what motivates this character and what influence or involvement the character has on the storyline. Insert your answer(s) here 5. Flannery O’Connor was a practicing Catholic who deliberately introduced elements of Christian beliefs into her stories, which often featured violence and unlikable or evil characters. How does she incorporate her beliefs into this story, and what is the spiritual point she is trying to make? Explore your text, APU's library and electronic databases, and other academically credible sources to build background for answering this question; include citations.
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