Literature Questions

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1. Hymowitz states her main idea (thesis) and gives several examples to support it. What is the main idea of this essay? State three examples used by the author and why these examples are effective in support her thesis. 2. Johnson describes the “bombs" that burst our understanding of reality; they cause us to re-think our lives and appreciate the fragility of life. Describe how she divides her examples into stages in the essay and discuss an example from each one. 3. Staple provides examples from his own experiences in order to support his assertions about the problems facing black men in public space. Discuss at least two confrontations he was unable to avoid. Discuss at least two ways in which he tries to avoid confrontations

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Literature Questions1. Hymowitz states her main idea (thesis) and gives several examples to support it. What is the main idea of this essay? State three examples used by the author and why these examples are effective in support her thesis.2. Johnson describes the "bombs" that burst our understanding of reality; they cause us to re-think our lives and appreciate the fragility of life. Describe how she divides her examples into stages in the essay and discuss an example from each one. 3. Staple provides examples from his own experiences in order to support his assertions about the problems facing black men in public space. Discuss at least two confrontations he was unable to avoid. Discuss at least two ways in which he tries to avoid confrontationsAnswers below1. Hymowitz states her main idea (thesis) and gives several examples to support it. What is the main idea of this essay? State three examples used by the author and why these examples are effective in support her thesis.Hymowitz thesis "The tween phenomenon grows out of a complicated mixture of biology, demography, and the predictable assortment of Bad Ideas" is discussing the recent phenomena of the tween. The tween is a juvenile between the ages of eight and twelve who begins to display teenage like behavior before they actually become a teenager. The author provides examples of this phenomenon in a personal story when she provides about her ten year old daughter who began to display teenage behavio

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