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In a well-written, thoughtful response of at least one page, reflect on one of the stories "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall" or "Chrysanthemums." YOur response might make a personal connection to one of the stories, might make connections between the two stories, or may just be a relection on something that stood out to you about one fo the stories--something that you liked or didn't like, perhaps. Although this is a personal reflection, and you can use "I" in the piece.

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    They are saying that you can use the word "I" in writing this response to one of those stories. Your teacher wants you to say how you related to that story. After you have written, please repost and a teacher will be happy to make suggestions/corrections.

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