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Compare and Contrast Table

Select three literary works which you have read in class that you connected with.

Consider the following in your chosen literary works: genre, intended audience, theme, historical context, biographical context, and symbol.

Complete the Literature Compare and Contrast Table using any three literary texts studied in class. Table is available in Week Five course materials posted in student website,

•    “The Yellow Wallpaper,”Charlotte Perkins Gilman (pp.745-756)
•    “The Things They Carried” Tim O’Brien (Ch 27)
•    “A Rose for Emily,” William Faulkner (pp. 236-251).
•    “Everyday Use,” Alice Walker (pp. 1125-1131).
•    “Araby,” James Joyce (pp. 879-883).
•    “A & P” John Updike (CH 25)
•    “Rites of Passage,” Sharon Olds  (pp.787-788)
•    “ Barbie Doll,” Marge Piercy  (p.791)
•    “I’m  Nobody,” Emily Dickinson  (p.488)
•    “Woman’s Work,” Julia Alvarez  (p.790)
•    “Road Not Taken,”  Robert Frost  (p. 179)
•    “Those Winter Sundays,” Robert Hayden  (p.785)
•    “Harlem,” Langston Hughes (p.106)
•    “So Mexicans Are Taking Jobs from Americans,” Jimmy Santiago Baca ( p. 1110)
•    “On the Amtrak from Boston to New York City,” Sherman Alexie (pp. 671-672)
•    “A Doll’s House,” Henrik Ibsen (pp. 792-842)
•    “The Glass Menagerie,” Tennessee Williams (pp. 1246-1291)

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