Sarah Orne Jewett: Read pgs. 1201- 1203; Read “A White Heron” on pg. 1203; Crane: pgs.1349-1368 ( “Do Not Weep…,” “The Wayfareer,” “A Man Said to the Universe and “The Open Boat”);Wharton: pgs. 1368-1378, “Roman Fever”
Complete Response AND Reply Postings to CRANE, JEWETT, AND WHARTON
Discussion Posting on Jewett: In 2-3 short paragraphs, consider one or more of the following when discussing “A White Heron” – theme, language, point of view, setting, symbolism.
Discussion posting on Wharton: Discuss the tension in “Roman Fever” in your 2-3 paragraph posting.
Discussion posting on Crane: Discuss one or more of the following about “The Open Boat” in one, 2-3 paragraph posting:
o What does the first sentence reveal about the characters and their frame of mind? What tone does it establish?
o Define “the subtle brotherhood of men” (page 1311)—How is it established? How is it illustrated?
o Discuss the use of symbolism in “The Open Boat.”