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  *Identification–Theater of the AbsurdDue Nov. 27 at 11:30 p.m.
• Use ONLY the material posted on ENG 252 Content /  Unit III /Background Study Notes / Seven Characteristics of Theater of the Absurd 
• Use correct. standard English.
• Submit a minimum of 75 words written in sentences in paragraph form with no listing to identify seven Characteristics of Theater of the Absurd.  Do not include any material that is not on the posted notes. Use no outside sources.

The skill you are using is to take information in one format (list) and to present it in another format (sentences to form a paragraph).

Edward Albee—“The American Dream” PRQ #6Due Date—Nov. 27 at 11:30 p.m.
• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Albee Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words.  Can I see the failure of marriage and of parent-child relationships around me as well as  in this play?
 • In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.
• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.
• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

Dwight D. Eisenhower—“The Military-Industrial Complex”Due Date—Nov. 27 at 11:30 p.m
• Discuss the critical thinking question in 50 words: “Do I think that the United States has listened to the warning of a World War II Five-Star General elected President of the United States (Eisenhower) against those who would profit from war and against not trying all possible peace initiatives first?”
• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) and date from the Eisenhower speech to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.
• Read the introductory note but do not use introduction as specific material from the speech. Use no outside sources.
Rachel Carson—from “Silent Spring”Due Date—Nov. 27 at 11:30 p.m
• Discuss the critical thinking question in 50 words: “Why do I think the concerns with the environment are not given more serious consideration in 2017?”
• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) and date from the Carson excerpt to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.
• Read the introductory note but do not use introduction as specific material from the excerpt. Use no outside sources.
Martin Luther King, Jr.—“I Have a Dream”Due Date—Nov. 27 at 11:30 p.m
• Discuss the critical thinking question in 50 words: “Do I know the role Alabama played in trying to maintain legalized segregation in the United States?”
• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) and date from the King speech to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.
• Read the introductory note but do not use introduction as specific material from the speech. Use no outside sources.
Bob Dylan—“The Times They Are A-Changin’”Due Date—Nov. 27 at 11:30 p.m
• Discuss the critical thinking question in 50 words: “Do I think there is always a generation gap, including in 2017?”
• In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) and date from the Dylan song to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.
• Read the introductory note but do not use introduction as specific material from the song. Use no outside sources.
Ralph Ellison—Invisible Man Chapter I “Battle Royal” PRQ #2Due Date—Nov. 30 at 11:30 p.m
• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Ellison Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words.  Am I a person who can sympathize with the plight of those who are disempowered in society?  
 • In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.
• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.
• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

John Updike—“Separating” PRQ #1Due Date—Nov. 30 at 11:30 p.m
• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Updike Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words. Do I think that “life is too short to be miserable”?  
 • In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.
• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.
• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

Joyce Carol Oates—“Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been?” PRQ #6Due Date—Nov. 30 at 11:30 p.m
• With critical thinking, look at the heading of this assignment and use the named personal response question (PRQ) located at the end of the Oates Author Study Sheet to discuss the question in 50 words. Do I think children are in more danger now than when the story was written, or do I  think the dangers are about the same?  
 • In order to receive credit, use specific material (characters, setting, events) from the named literary work to guide your personal response. A quote is not required; however, if you use a quote, do not just give a quote without explanation of the context.
• Deductions will be made for grammar errors and misspelled words.
• Use NO OUTSIDE sources; use only your opinion and specifics from your reading of the literature.

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