Project #56127 - I CANT PAY MORE THAN 30$.... PLEASE HELP.... ***QUESTIONS ON indian camp and solider's home questions from the book The Comp

Today you’ll submit answers to the questions for Hemingway’s short stories. When you write and post, consider the time he wrote and the thematic issues in his stories. Indian Camp is a coming of age story that is a success for the protagonist in some ways, evidenced by Nick’s attitude at the end, along with the jumping fish in the water (a positive symbol). The story successfully takes the reader into the mind of a boy entering an adult world with his father on the way to the Indian camp. Soldier’s Home, by contrast, is about the alienation of a soldier who can’t adjust to his civilian life. Some of the conflict is portrayed in his thoughts and interactions with his mother. While Hemingway employs many of the conventions of fiction, he was also interested in realism within his stories, much like Crane. The background reading from your text (Reading and Writing about Literature) should inform your reading as we proceed to read different types of fiction.

Your questions for Indian Camp can be found in the drop box. For Soldier’s Home, do the questions from your book indicated in the drop box. Make sure to scroll to the bottom of the For Next Week section as well for your writing assignment on Hemingway.

 

Questions for Indian Camp:

1. What are some of the clues that this is an initiation story?

2. What happened to the pregnant woman’s husband?

3. How does the setting, time and place influence your reading of this story (this

   takes place in the early part of the 20th century) ?

4. Why is Nick’s father so urgently needed at the Indian camp? Who  

    accompanies him on his journey?

5. Is Nick’s initiation into his father’s world successful? What indicates this in the

   story?

Submit your responses here on a word document or rtf (rich text format). Please include your name at the top and the name of the reading selection after. Make sure to write clearly and legibly (watch for typos).

 


On page 171 of your text, answer questions 2 through 10 and submit them here on a word document or rtf (rich text format). Please include your name at the top and the name of the reading selection after. Make sure to write clearly and legibly (watch for typos).

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