Task #10: Journal Entry Week 4

Reading options

 

Choose two of these options (any two texts, not two groups of texts) —

 

 

Booker T. Washington/W.E.B DuBois
from Up from Slavery, Washington, pp. 870-894 (+ bio, pp. 868-9)
from The Souls of Black Folk, DuBois, pp. 897-917 (+ bio, pp. 894-6)

 

 

Willa Cather/Edith Wharton
"The Other Two" - Edith Wharton, pp. 983-996 (+ bio, pp. 962-4)
"Roman Fever" - Wharton, pp. 1019-1028
"A Wagner Matinee" - Willa Cather, pp. 1035-1039 (+ bio pp. 1034-5)
"Paul's Case" - Cather [online text], local copy

   

Frost/St. Vincent Millay
all Frost, including bio, pp. 1058-71
all St. Vincent Milla, including bio, pp. 1099-1107

Tasks

Submit a thoughtful, well-reasoned journal response to any two of the reading assignments above. You will have discovered by now that the best responses take into account similarities and contrasting points between texts. How do these texts work together or comment upon each other?

Refer to Task #2 (or Task #5) for suggestions for getting journal writing going.

Post your journal entry for this week no later than midnight, Friday, June 30, 2006.

 

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