How is either “Hills Like White Elephants” or “Soldier’s Home” Modern (remember that his is a zeitgeist and does not mean contemporary)?
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English Enc 1102 Mid-termObjective: To demonstrate knowledge of the first three literary pieces we have studied in terms of attention to lectures, Professor’s Notes, discussion threads, rough drafts, and critical research.Directions: Please answer each of the following in about 7-12 sentences each. Each question is worth 10 points and will receive full credit if answered in clear and specific syntax that is well edited and represents attention to the course materials.1. Please define Victorianism.2. Please define Romanticism.3. Please define Modernism.4. How is “Story of an Hour” Victorian?5. How is “Story of an Hour” Romantic (remember that this is a zeitgeist and does not mean having romance)?6. How is “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” Modern (remember that this is a zeitgeist and does not mean contemporary)?7. How is either “Hills Like White Elephants” or “Soldier’s Home” Modern (remember that his is a zeitgeist and does not mean contemporary)?8. Please discuss three symbols in “Story of an Hour” and your analysis of them.9. Please discuss three symbols in “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” and your analysis of them.10. Please discuss three symbols in either “Hills Like White Elephants” or “Soldier’s Home” and your analysis of them.11. How can “Story of an Hour” be analyzed from a Marxist vantage and what is the benefit of doing so?12. Discuss the epigraph or the mermaids in “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” as symbolizing hope.13. Discuss either “Hills Like White Elephants” or “Soldier’s Home” as representing Hemingway’s “Tip of the Iceberg Theory.”14. Discuss what you believe that Ernest Hemingway is saying about love in either story.15. Which is your favorite work of the first three and why?Story of an Hour- Kate ChopinThe Love Song of J.Alford Prufock- T.S. EliotHills Like White Elephants- Ernest Hemingway