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Mini-Qs in Literature

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Mini-Qs in Literature

Volume 1

Ten High-Interest Units of Study

  • Class, Gender, and Race in To Kill A Mockingbrid: Is Mayella Powerful?
  • The House on Mango Street: What Is the Biggest Obstacle to Reaching the American Dream?
  • Of Mice and Men: How Does Steinbeck Use Foreshadowing?
  • Harlem Renaissance Poetry: Does High Art or Folk Art Best Express Racial Pride?
  • Animal Farm: How Does Napoleon Stay In Charge?
  • Imagery, Irony, and Structure: How Do Writers Protest War?
  • Things Fall Apart: A Response to the District Commissioner
  • How does E.E. Cummings Use Sight and Sound to Create Meaning?
  • Romeo and Juliet: Who’s to Blame?
  • Macbeth: Who’s in Control?

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Mini-Qs in Literature

Volume 2

Ten High-Interest Units of Study

  • How Does The Great Gatsby Reflect America in the Twenties?
  • How Did Abolitionists Make the Case Against Slavery?
  • Lord of the Flies: What Is the “Beast”?
  • Immigration: Was It Worth It?
  • The Relationship Between Huckleberry Finn and Jim: How Does Huck See Jim?
  • Holocaust Writings: How Does One Say the Unspeakable?
  • The Crucible and McCarthyism: What Are the Parallels?
  • Meaning and Metaphor: What is Frost Saying?
  • Their Eyes Were Watching God: Was Wright Right?
  • Are Hamlet’s Actions Justified?

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Mini-Qs in Literature

Volume 3

Ten High-Interest Units of Study

  • How Does E. E. Cummings Use Sight and Sound to Create Meaning?
  • Holocaust Writings: How Does the Spirit Triumph?
  • The Giver: Utopia or Dystopia?
  • The House on Mango Street: What Is the Biggest Obstacle to Reaching the American Dream?
  • How Did Abolitionists Make the Case Against Slavery?
  • Who Are The Outsiders?
  • Roll of Thunder: Would You Have Sold?
  • Mythology: Does Atalanta Follow the Hero’s Journey?
  • Life on the Plains: A Letter Home
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Is “True Love” True?

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