If Not Higher
Comma review
Library Searches
If Not Higher
Checksheet for Research
Avoiding Plagiarism
Works Cited
Intext Citation
Thesis Statements
Dos and Don'ts
Logical Fallacies
Said Article exercise
Review Questions for Country People and Husband
A Doll's House Review
Re-Write it Right
Unclear Sentences
Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise?
Spell Checker Poem
Contact Me
Organizing in Time Order
Organizing in Emphatic Order
Organizing in Time and Emphatic order

Respond to the following questions. Remember I am looking for knowledge of and thinking about the story.

1. How does the narrator influence the story? Who is he?

2. Describe the main characters of the story. How does the narrator describe them? How do you feel about them?

3. What goal does each of these character have? What conflicts or frustrations does each meet with in trying to attain his or her goal?

4. How does each character respond to the challenges they face? How do they react to their setbacks and endeavors?

5. What happened to the Litvak next?

6. What does what the Litvak says--"If not higher"--mean?

Above is a link to the story "If Not Higher."

Below is a link back to the handout about the literature essays and how they are graded.