Weekly Whim #7 — Tragedy No unread replies. No replies.
Both Flannery O’Connor and Tim O’Brien give us excerpts this week of stories that are considered sad and tragic yet very realistic.
Think about this quote: “Life is brutish, short, hard, and then you die.”
Do you agree with that statement? Disagree? Why and why not? Support your views with specific examples.
When finished outlining your argument about the quote, read and react to three other classmates’ arguments.
All arguments and postings are due no later than Sunday at 11:59pm.
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