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Here are the assignments.

William Faulkner - "A Rose for Emily" - Consider how this story represents the old, dying South among the changing South.

Susan Glaspell - "Trifles" - Minnie Wright's path to murder (why she kills her husband): Consider the patriarch's lack of respect and equality, life before her marriage, her role as a housewife, and her isolation.

Tim O'Brien - "How to Tell a True War Story" - Consider how the soldiers in the story cope with the war.

Kate Chopin - "The Story of an Hour" - Louise Mallard's desire for freedom (her thoughts, what she sees, and why she wants it).  Consider the public and private spheres.

Margaret Atwood - "Happy Endings" - Consider what types of relationships are represented in several sections.

Flannery O'Connor - "A Good Man is Hard to Find"

John Steinbeck - "Chrysanthemums"

 

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