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Please can you help with those questions? Discuss the significance...

Please can you help with those questions? 



  1. Discuss the significance of Myop's experience in Alice Walker's The Flowers . (Textual evidence is required)



  1. Compare the ending of Alice Walker's The Flowers with that of William Faulkner's A Rose for Emily . What is the effect of the ending on your reading of each story? (Textual evidence is required)



  1. Compare and contrast Matt's motivation for murder in Dubus's Killings with Emily's in Faulkner's A Rose for Emily . Which character made you feel more empathy and sympathy for his or her actions? Why?



  1. Compare and contrast Faulkner's characterizations of Abner Snopes in Barn Burning and Miss Emily in A Rose for Emily . How does the author generate sympathy for each character even though both are guilty of terrible crimes? Which character do you find more sympathetic? Explain why. (Textual evidence is required)



  1. How does Abner Snopes's motivation for revenge compare with Matt Fowler's in Dubus's Killings ? How do the victims of each character's revenge differ and thereby help to shape the meanings of each story? (Textual evidence is required)

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1. Discuss the significance of Myop’s experience in Alice Walker’s The Flowers (p. 76). (Textual evidence is required) 2. Compare the ending of Alice Walker’s The Flowers (p. 76) with that of William Faulkner’s A Rose for Emily (p. 78). What is the effect of the ending on your reading of each story? (Textual evidence is required) 3. Compare and contrast Matt’s motivation for murder in Dubus’s Killings with Emily’s in Faulkner’s A Rose for Emily (p. 78). Which character made you feel more empathy and sympathy for his or her actions? Why? 4. Compare and contrast Faulkner’s characterizations of Abner Snopes in Barn Burning and Miss Emily in A Rose for Emily (p. 78). How does the author generate sympathy for each character even though both are guilty of terrible crimes? Which character do you find more sympathetic? Explain why. (Textual evidence is required) 5. How does Abner Snopes’s motivation for revenge compare with Matt Fowler’s in Dubus’s Killings (p. 89)? How do the victims of each character’s revenge differ and thereby help to shape the meanings of each story? (Textual evidence is required)
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