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A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings: A Tale For Children Gabriel Garcia Marquez On the third day of rain they had killed so many crabs inside the...

D. H. Lawrence: Odour of Chrysanthemums

What is the significance of the chrysanthemums to Elizabeth’s life?

Charlotte Perkins Gilman: The Yellow Wallpaper

What are the assumptions that the husband makes about his wife? Can he be held responsible for what happens to her?

Gabriel Garcia Márquez: A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings

Was the old man a curse or a blessing to Pelayo and his family? How so?

Anton Chekhov: The Lady with the Dog [Дама с собачкой]

Is there a future to Dimitri and Anna’s relationship? Why or why not?

Odour of Chrysanthemums: What do you think is the relationship between Elizabeth and Walter’s mother? Do either of them bear any responsibility for his behavior?

The Yellow Wallpaper: The narrator’s Husband John tries to treat her “nervous condition,” but in the end she is stark raving mad. What did he do wrong?

A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings: What, in the end, do you think was the “very old man with enormous Wings?”

A Woman with the Dog: Why do you think Dmitri and Anna are attracted to each other?

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