Finish reading Tolstoy's parable of the "Three Questions" and then capture your thoughts in written response to the following three questions (due in class tomorrow 9/8).
1) What is the STRUCTURE of this short story? (How is the narrative organized?)
2) Is there anything you find surprising about this story? You can consider characters, plot, diction, stylistic choices, etc. If nothing surprised you, what did you find cliched about this story?
3) What is the biggest thing you are took away from the experience of reading this story? I am not necessarily asking about the "moral" or the author's message, but rather, what is an overriding impression or idea that reading this parable has left you with?
PS: you can go ahead and sign up for Remind by clicking HERE and using class code hspsaplit OR you can just text that class code to the number 81010.
This AP Literature & Composition class is a college-level survey course that requires extensive reading, deep thinking, and high-level analytical writing. You are in this class by choice AND by teacher recommendation.