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“The Things they Carried is written in 3rd person, oscillating between sections that (like the title) refer to the whole platoon, as if seen from a distance, and ssections that instead home in on a single focal character or consciousness. Usually, that consciousness is Jimmy Cross’s, but not always. Write a short essay (approx.2pages) exploring how point of view and/or other aspects of narration shape the story’s effect and meaning. Why and how might it matter, for example, that in one sections we “overhear” a conversation– between Bowker and Kiowa — that Jimmy isn’t privy to, and even spend one paragraph inside Kiowa’s thoughts?”
Quick writing: In Hemmingway’s Hills Like White Elephants, the man and woman are having an argument. Citing evidence from the text, what do you think the argument is about?
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