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Sep 9th, 2014
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Perkins_2011_week3.pdf Perkins_2011_week4.pdf Perkins_2011_week2.pdf 

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1.  Based on the readings from weeks one and two, discuss the images of America the European writers constructed to promote colonization and settlement. What kinds of unique natural resources and environmental factors did they extol in their accounts of the New World? Relate these images to natural resources and environmental factors today.

2.  Based on the readings from weeks one and two, choose one passage written by one of the authors we’ve read. Identify the author and the title of the work. Then analyze the passage you chose in terms of its significance and historical impact. You should explain why it was chosen, look at the details provided in the passage, and explain in detail what the passage suggests about the work as a whole including its value to American history as well as to American literature.

Each answer should be between 300-500 words in MLA format.  The readings are included.  This is the time period during John Smith and Columbus.  Do not use first or second person narrative voice. Always write in third person narrative voice.

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