Also, don’t forget our modified class schedule for Thursday. I’ll be in my office from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. If you received a “check minus” and wish to revise the essay, you must meet with me during these special office hours so that we can review your essay. Class will start in our normal location at 4:00 p.m.
3) think about what continuities you can see in form, theme, and conflict between this story and the matrix of themes, forms, and conflicts that we’ve already encountered. Focus on the theme, form, or conflict that seems most important in our mystery story.
4) in no more than three, typed, double-spaced pages – – explain how this story “fits” with the half-dozen stories we’ve read in class; e.g. how does the mystery story develop this common theme, form, or conflict.
5) in your final paragraph, suggest a title for the mystery story and briefly explain why this title seems appropriate.