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Respond to (2) of the following questions. (Write a minimum of 6 sentences per question, and use specific details from the assigned articles and narrative to support your points.)
1. Based on Sherwood Anderson’s biographical details in the assigned passage, in what ways do some of his life experiences mimic or reflect specific features and/or moments within “Death in the Woods”?
2. What point of view does Anderson utilize in “Death in the Woods,” and in what particular ways does his narrative’s point of view correlate with the concept of “memory”? (Use this week’s assigned essay to support your argument, along with details from the story.)
3. In William Skelly’s essay “It Is a Story: The Role of The Narrator in Sherwood Anderson’s ‘Death in the Woods,’” he argues that “the narrator reconstructs the story of Ma Grimes using repetition, manipulation of tone, and controlling the incremental reproduction of Ma Grimes’ history to show how he slowly came to relate to her struggle.” Do you agree or disagree with Skelly’s interpretation of “Death in the Woods”? Within your response, consider if Anderson’s narrative is about Ma Grimes or, rather, the narrator. Support your argument with specific details from the narrative and/or the assigned excerpt.)
4. In what order does the narrator tell the story of Ma Grimes? Using the story’s plot (sequence of events) as a guide, discuss how Anderson’s point of view and narrative structure differs from Mary Wilkins Freeman’s in “The Revolt of Mother”?