Regionalism in Context Chart Discussion

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Regionalism in Context Chart

It is now time to complete the Regionalism in Context Chart, which you will find linked in the sidebar. This chart has three columns, one of which is already filled in with the titles and authors of the four readings from this unit. Your job is to fill in the remaining two columns for each text. You will fill in the middle column by finding examples from each story of character and setting descriptions and the use of dialect. Make sure your quotations and parenthetical citations are in MLA format. In the third column, you will explain in complete sentences how the textual evidence you have provided matches the characteristic of Regionalist writing listed (character, setting, or dialect).

Please download and complete the Regionalism in Context Chart. A sample chart based on Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is also linked in the sidebar if you would like more guidance.

Regionalism in Context Chart Discussion

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