Help with literature

Sep 21st, 2015
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Oranges by Gary Soto (1995) and The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost (1916) These are the 2 poems poems.docx  

Each of which rely on at least one conflict. Choose two of this week’s assigned literary works and write about the conflicts presented in each of them. 

State the specific conflicts you see in each work.

Describe the characters, forces, and/or entities that are at odds.

Explain why you think the conflicts are significant and what meanings/understandings they provide to the texts.

Paraphrase, quote, and/or summarize content from the works to support your observations. Don’t forget to add in-text citations for the works you draw from.

Explain how each conflict has meaning beyond the work in which it appears. Why is it important to be able to recognize conflict in a literary text and extend that understanding of conflict to the world at large?

From the stories you are reading, how much do similar elements of symbolism, metaphor, allusion, and/or allegory apply and add depth to an idea raised in the literature?

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