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Mary E. Styslinger, Nicole Walker, Angela Byrd and Kayla Hostetler

text, self, others, society, and foster those skills necessary for living successfully within a democracy. At a time proliferate with “alternative facts” and the daily re-tweeting of history, there is a need to re-visit this prophetic canonical text. Since the last presidential inauguration, sales

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Interrupting Ideologies within the Canon

Applying Critical Lenses to Pride and Prejudice, Eleanor & Park, and Contemporary Life

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Mike P. Cook, Brandon L. Sams and Parker Wade

. Additionally, YAL can serve as a relevant, critical mirror through which students can position themselves, view the world, and reflect on contemporary life. The unit is designed to engage students in meaningful 21st century cross-textual analysis of the themes common to and important differences between these

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Amanda Haertling Thein

men in the novella experienced in living through the Great Depression. Students might first look at how George tells this narrative. For instance, he explains: All kin’s a vegetables in the garden, and if we want a little whisky we can sell a few eggs or something, or some milk. We’d jus’ live