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Focusing on Curley's wife's emotions in Chapter 5
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richard_hauser

2 years ago
5

Women can be both strong and insecure. Curly's wife will be a great example for my students.

Gfarina

2 years ago
5

I love the idea of tracking Curley's wife's emotions right before her death in Chapter 5. I think students should work in groups to track her emotions with evidence from the text, and then answer the essential questions- so what was Steinbeck's purpose in writing Curley's wife's last moments in that way? What does it do for her as a character in relation to the whole of the story? How does it make the audience feel? Awesome idea overall!

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