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learning goal: recognize multiple ways to develop a character’s basic personality

topic: narrator and reader in “The Ultimate Safari”

by yourself, then in pairs, then as large group:

In your class notes, as specifically as possible, explain–with examples*, how Gordimer creates a conflict/tension/difference between the narrator and the story’s audience.   In how many different ways does Gordimer establish the conflict between the narrator’s and reader’s perceptions? How would you characterize the basic nature of the narrator?  (What adjectives would you use?)

When referring to examples in your notes, use this basic protocol: p. 3, col. 2 “So we started . . . “

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