Coming of Age in Mississippi

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For your Writing Assignment, Coming of Age in Mississippi ISBN 0440314887 You are to do ONE of the following for this assignment: option 1:write an essay where you have the characters "inter-act" by choosing a character or two from the monographs and write what it would be like for these character to share their experience of what their time was like, especially what war was like in their time, with each other. They are to share their hardships and encouragements that they experienced. This is to be at least three, full pages of text in Times New Roman style at 12 point font, double spaced. Use MLA format. option 2: Write about creating a time capsule that symbolizes the important aspects of the two monographs with an explanation for each object that you would include in this time capsule. You must include the title of each book and the author, along with why and how you would tie these articles into your write up of your "written" time capsule. tell how these pieces would tie to the st

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Name 1NameProfessorCourse NumberDateComing of Age in MississippiElsie Mae had a particularly hard time growing up as a kid in their house while they livedon Mr. Carters farm (Moody). To begin with, she found it hard to be at peace with George Leewho was to take care of her and her sibling Adline as the parents were away. George loved toroam the woods and since he was to take of them, it prevented him from enjoying himself in thewoods. Subsequently, George Lee got her scared by banging the windows and looking out of thewindows for a long time. This act infuriated Elsie Mae but there is just nothing she could do.There was that time that George Lee knocked her head so hard that it swelled. She had to reportthis to her mum and dad in the hope that he would be punished for his meanness to her.However, this never happened (Moody). Ultimately, George Lee lit a matchbox that started firethat threatened the life of Elsie Mae and Adline when he was threatening her that he would burnher and instead threw off the matchstick knowing that it had burned down. What followed afterthat was the house catching fire. Elsie Adline was punished for having started the fire by thefath

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