1."omelas"--The ones who walk away from Omelas author: William James
1>why is the author so uncertain about what Omelas looks like and the kind of technology it depends on? Why so tentative about describing the qualities of a happy community life? Does the presence of the tormented child and the attitude of the citizens toward it make the picture of Omelas more believable?
2> Is the narrator correct in saying" we have a bad habit... of considering happiness as something rather stupid"? What could she mean by this?
3> Why , after all, does the well-being of Omelas depend upon the wretched child?
2. Danticat: A wall of fire rising--Author: Edwidge Danticat
1> Comment on the theme of survival in this story.
2>How might be the family's love for each other be a constant force in this story? What is it contrasted against?
3> Why, after all, take the balloon? Is there a message from the father to the son in this?
3. Bierce: Owl creek bridge--An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
1> What are the author's feelings concerning Farquahr? Does Bierce find him heroic? Or perhaps cowardly? How so?
2>What are the major divisions within Bierce's narrative?
3>How does Bierce handle time in the story? Do you think it's effective? How so? Do you find the ending "cheap", as some critics would have it, or used as a way to intensify the major themes and ironies in the story??
Please don't use complex words and answer these questions in per article, also, please write the paragraph which should contain three questions in every articles.
Overall, you should write 3 paragraphs, 1 page per paragraph
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