The Realist and Naturalist writers place a much greater emphasis on the forces that shape the lives and limit the choices that humans can make. Which two works from this unit show humans as mostly powerless to control their lives and fates? Why? This is an opinion-based question, so your opinion cannot be wrong as long as you follow the guidelines. Another way to imagine this question is this: if you could only assign two readings from this module, and if those two readings needed to get the point across that people don’t have as much control over their lives as they think, then which two works make that point mostly strongly and why?
You might find it helpful to compare readings from this unit to a reading from an earlier unit. You are not required to do that, but you are welcome to bring in earlier works. An “A” answer will discuss at least 2 different Module 3 readings and will quote from 2 distinct assigned readings. Quotations will be introduced and explained,using the Oreo Cookie method as discussed here: Quoting Effectively When Writing about Literature. A full credit answer will be grammatically sound Answers that look like text messages (no capital letters, missing punctuation, etc.) will receive no credit. Answers should be a minimum of 350 words.
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