Close Reading Every Little Hurricane By Sherman Alexie
Using short passages and excerpts
Diving right into the text with limited pre-reading activities
Focusing on the text itself
Reading with a pencil
Noticing things that are confusing
Discussing the text with others ...
Responding to text-dependent questions”
Choose a passage of about one page from any of the stories in The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven by Sherman Alexie.
Write a close reading of 200 to 300 words that starts with a main argument (thesis) that specifically ties the elements of the passage to the meaning that the passage conveys
Every Little Hurricane: By Sherman Alexie
In The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven:"Every Little Hurricane," Sherman Alexie’s primary subject is addressing how to survive as an Indian native in 21st-century America. There is extensive use of humor, irony and political critic in this story. This paper will describe the author’s attitude toward the challenges faced by his people by analyzing the tone of the story and its significance to the Indians.
In this story, the characters originate from Alexie’s experience on the Spokane Indian Reservation, spirit, exemplify dignity, vagueness, delicateness, and non-hesitate nature to make remarks about the current states of affairs from an individual tough but in the presence of battered perspectives. The story is helpful ...
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