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Q1: From Book: (THE NORTON READER /Edition: 14TH 14 /Publisher: W.W. Norton & Company/
ISBN: 978-0-393-26411-1)
Read – Hurston, Zora Neale. “How It Feels to Be Colored Me.” (Under Section- Personal Accounts)
From the beginning Zora Neale Hurston startles us: “I remember the very day that I became colored” (paragraph 2). Why does Hurston insist that one becomes colored? What happened on that day to make
her so? Post your response in the discussion forum.(Around 90 Words)
Q2:From Book: (THE NORTON READER /Edition: 14TH 14 /Publisher: W.W. Norton & Company/
ISBN: 978-0-393-26411-1)
Read- Lahiri, Jhumpa. “Rhode Island.” (Under Section – Profiles)
One purpose of the collection in which Jhumpa Lahiri’s essay appeared is to show the diversity of the fifty American states. How does Lahiri achieve this purpose? What details does she provide that
are unique to Rhode Island or New England? Post your response under the discussion forum. .(Around 90 Words)

Q3: From Book: (THE NORTON READER /Edition: 14TH 14 /Publisher: W.W. Norton & Company/
ISBN: 978-0-393-26411-1)
Read Malcolm Gladwell “Java Man” (Under section – Cultural Analysis)
Gladwell creates a binary between coffee and tea. Describe another binary between two closely similar forms— such as seashore vs. mountains; Coke vs. Pepsi; skis vs. snowboards. How do binaries
work? What limitations do you see in the binary you created or in Gladwell’s?(Around 90 Words)


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