Introducon to Course; The Elephant in the Village of the Blind, 20/20; PLOT: Carol Shie Cung the Grass BALDWIN’s Sonny’s Blues, NARRATION & POINT OF VIEW:, HEMINGW White Elephants, KINCAID’s Girl CHARACTER: JIN’s, In Broad Daylight

The Elephant in the Village of the Blind and 20/20 are about the percepon and the inte what a person “sees”. Write a one – two page journal entry about the problems of arriv conclusions regardless of how perfect physical sight is. Both the villagers and Ruthie inte perceive differently from people who think they “see” beer. In what ways are both sid wrong
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Homework: PERCEPTION: “The Elephant in the Village of the Blind PLOT: Carol ShieldsMrs. Turner Cutting the Grass”;  Derrick Bell’s “The Space Traders” NARRATION & POINT OF VIEW: Jamel Brinkley’s “A Family”: The audio story starts at 13:30. Reader response is due by 12pm Thursday, May 27.

Writing Assignment/Reader Response 1:  Perception is the ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses. Write 2-3 pages as to how characters from assigned works see, hear, or gain an awareness of race or racialization through their senses or experiences? And what are the implications/impacts of those insights or experiences?  

 Please, in providing your critique/Reader Response — which is to be submitted on Blackboard in the “assignment dropbox” for Reader Response 1 – DO NOT PROVIDE A SUMMARY.  Pick a specific point or moment in your work and analyze it from lens, perspective, or critical position, such as: Analyze power dynamics (critical theory), who is in power and why, how do these power dynamics affect character possibilities-ideologies-worldviews-hopes and dreams; critique economic inequities and capitalism, or support capitalism and critique socialist policies or practices evident in the work; apply queer theory and ask about heteronormative identity practices, whose voice is being muted, who matters in evidence of representation in a given work; apply feminist theory, look at gender dynamics, who gets access and opportunity based on gendered norms, how are women resisting or perpetuating the patriarchy, do the women have agency and how do the display it; apply critical race theory, discuss racial dynamics and how they affect power-opportunity-access-privilege, discuss ways on which blackness is not nor should be  a monolith, discuss individual or collective black resistance practices; apply settler-colonialism, discus sways in which money, land, and the power of law decides who is worthy of our respectability, who gets access to government support, who gets muted, how are indigenous people silenced, or how would an indigenous person approach X where Y character did Z; and there are almost infinite other critical lenses I could ask you to approach this work through, but I think you get the point.  If critical theory isn’t your thing, that’s fine.  Then, approach this assignment from a more traditional literary approach by choosing a point or points of analysis and discuss how these points impacted or affected the work, explain how this was the pivotal moment the work depended on, argue that this is where everything went left, opine that a misunderstanding or miscommunication in emotive expressions led to a disconnect that served as the catalyst for ____, provide a character analysis, or even psychoanalyze a character to reveal their inner motivations and rationale for making decisions.  In case you can’t tell by now, the world is yours!  I just get to take the ride with you. I hope you realize with all of the possibilities I outlined above that your specific choices don’t so much matter for me as an instructor; framing and supporting an argument is what I want.  Show off your skills and challenge yourself.
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