For this Blog Response, Please select THREE of the textual quotes listed below. Copy each quote into your Primary Blog Response and underneath EACH quote, complete the following steps:
** Use the pen name that you selected in class (Western Asian animal)
***Due by 11:59 PM on Sunday Night
Using the Pen Name that you selected in class, repond to the following blog entry:
Primary Blog Expectations (respond to the prompt above): 100-150 words, minimal errors in grammar and usage, thoughtful and thorough writing. Please use the name you were assigned in class as your nom de plume and be sure to add word count. Due by 11:59pm Monday night 4-17-2023!
Secondary Blog Response Expectations (read everyone's primary responses, select two that interest you, and respond to their ideas): 75-50 words EACH, minimal errors in grammar and usage, thoughtful and thorough writing. Please use the name you were assigned in class as your nom de plume and be sure to add word count. Due by 11:59pm Friday night 4-21-2023!
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Pen Name Introduction
Please compose a brief introduction you yourself using your NEW pen name. Research a little bit about your new online persona and post in the comment section below:
For all of the scenes of great violence, both physical and emotional, wrought upon or by the characters of the novel, there are, too, many scenes of tenderness, both physical and emotional. What are some of these scenes, and what is it about them that makes them linger with you after you have finished the book? Please refer to at least 6 of the following characters: Mariam, Laila, Tariq, Nana, Jalil, Rasheed, Aziza, and Zalmai in your response.
A Thousand Splendid Suns (Chs 21-32)
*For this blog post, please only consider Part 2.
These images could depict some of the main plot points of the beginning of Part II (Laila's Story) of A Thousand Splendid Suns. While these moments are important, they are by no means the only significant points in these chapters.
*your blog must clearly relate to the prompt.
*connect to at least one aspect of the reading.
*show thinking that extends beyond simple summarization.
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