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March 22, 2011

John Irving's _Until I Find You_, 2005, U.S.

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"...in increments both measurable and not, our childhood is stolen from us - not always in one momentous event but often in series of small robberies, which add up to the same loss" (p. 438) ~ John Irving, Until I Find You

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March 21, 2011

Sarah Hall's _The Electric Michaelangelo_, 2004, U.K.

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"...‘This is America, we can all be f*****g rude’..." ~ The character "Grace" in Sarah Hall's, The Electric Michelangelo

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March 20, 2011

Joyce Carol Oates's _The Tattooed Girl_, 2003, U.S

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"Der Herr Gott ist raffiniert aber boshaft is Er nicht [God is subtle but not malicious]"~Albert Einstein

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*ALSO: BRING YOUR TEXT TO OUR NEXT MEETING AFTER THE BREAK (MONDAY). WE WILL BEGIN TO DISCUSS THE OATES TEXT*

Using the REVISED directions (Quotation, Page Number, Setup Statement based on quotation, Non-yes/no Discussion question based on interpretation of quotation) I provided in some handouts I gave you previously, please type your entry-ticket discussion questions for this reading in the comment box below. These questions will be . . .

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