What is it that Jericho Brown wants us to say “Thank You” & “I’m Sorry” for?

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Jericho Brown’s “Say Thank You Say I’m Sorry”
1.What is it that Jericho Brown wants us to say “Thank You” & “I’m Sorry” for? Please explain. Make sure to develop a focused analysis that makes a point and uses evidence (quotes) from the story to illustrate and support. Don’t just simply make a list of examples.
Franz Kafka’s “The Hunger Artist.”
1. Why do you believe the Hunger Artist subjects himself to this type of treatment? If it helps, look at it this way: What is he “hungry” for? What is it that he lacks? Please explain. Make sure to develop a focused analysis that makes a point and uses evidence (quotes) from the story to illustrate and support. Don’t just simply make a list of examples.
2. Do you see parallels between what is happening in this story & the world/society today? Who are present “hunger artists” & why do they subject themselves to this? What is it they want? Please explain. Make sure to develop a focused analysis that makes a point and uses evidence (quotes) from the story to illustrate and support. Don’t just simply make a list of examples.
Dorothy Allison’s “Jason Who Will Be Famous.”
1. Of all the ways to become famous (entrepreneur, artist, athlete, TV/movie star, musician, etc.), why does Jason feel his only path to fame is kidnapping/abduction? Why would he choose this path specifically? *Tip: Think about his relationship to the people around him. Please explain. Make sure to develop a focused analysis that makes a point and uses evidence (quotes) from the story to illustrate and support. Don’t just simply make a list of examples.
2. Do you see parallels between what is happening in this story & the world/society today? How are people today acting similarly to Jason? Please explain. Make sure to develop a focused analysis that makes a point and uses evidence (quotes) from the story to illustrate and support. Don’t just simply make a list of examples.
Important Things to Remember:
Analyzing any work of literature involves making an argument: You must make a claim (thesis) and support it with specific evidence, details, and examples from the text — this means your analysis MUST include quotations from the texts to be successful.  Only with careful attention to detail, solid evidence, and careful reasoning will you persuade.
Make sure your video responds specifically to the question you’ve chosen.
A clear position. Are you specific?  Does your video follow that claim all the way through to the end? No deviations. No rambling. No “freestyling.”
Have MULTIPLE examples & quotes to defend your position.

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