Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Berry by Langston Hughes






25 comments:

  1. what are the literary devices presented in this short story?

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  2. Sarcasm
    Irony etc

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  3. whats the summary

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    1. he went to work for the home was overworked and got less pay because he was black he didn't complain because he ws hungry fr too long he realized the children were treated bad so he got to know them then one day one of the children mistakenly fell and he was fired ad blamed

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  4. how did the protagonist bring out the team

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  5. What is the Plot (in points) in the story???

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    1. i would lk to knw d same way 2.

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  6. In what sense can this story be said to be about the difference between reality and appearance?

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    1. I think one way could be the difference in meals that were served. When the parents visited their children they were presented with the idea that the children are fed well, but in reality it was only a show. In the parents' absence the menu changed and the children were not given the food they were supposed to receive.

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  8. how does milberry react to the problems being faced??

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  9. types of settings in this story

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  10. help full if uh doh have d book geh it from z net

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  11. name two literary pieces,including date and publication that the writter have produced

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  12. What did berry observe about the happenings at the home

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    1. Berry observed that the disable children were being exploited because they were only treated i.e.. good food when parents visited. He also observed colour prejudices in term as how he was treated as a worker at the crippled home.

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  13. What's Is The Time Sequence Of That Story "Berry "

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    1. The protagonist bring out the theme of racism and colour prejudices by showing us the tone and dialogues of the white employee and doctor towards him as well as how hard he works for low wages.

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  14. How is hypocrisy shown in this story?

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  15. What life lesson does berry learn

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  16. whats the plot in the story??

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  17. what was the issue that Mrs. Osborn was having with Berry, regarding his accommodations?

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  18. what was the issue that Mrs. Osborn was having with Berry, regarding his accommodations?

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