Wrting

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Textual Analysis Read each of the following texts carefully, according to the following schedule. Read actively -- noting, highlighting, as appropriate. Be prepared to comment on each author’s main point / motive / message. What techniques or strategies does each author use? Please complete a “Reader Response” assignment for each reading. These will be collected, but not returned, so you may wish to make electronic files for each, so that they would be available to you for future use. Please be prepared for class discussion.
For Wednesday (2/12): * “Boyfriends” (Susan Allen Toth, 130-135) * “A & P" (John Updike, 7-12)
For Monday (2/17): * “Shaping…...

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