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Please respond to the following in complete sentences and paragraphs, totaling approximately 500 words, remembering to proofread and avoid slang and colloquial language1. Describe the relationship between Sonny and his brother. How does this relationship change after Sonny graduates from high school? After their mother dies? After the death of little Grace? What causes the brothers’ estrangement?

  1. Describe the relationship between Sonny and his brother at the story’s conclusion. How does the older brother feel about Sonny now? Are they finally reconciled?
  2. What Biblical allusions are found throughout the story? Why do you think Baldwin has included them?

4.. This short story could easily be titled “A Tale of Two Brothers.” Why? How many brothers are actually involved here?

  1. What does their mother instruct the oldest son to do about Sonny? Why is this significant?
  2. Why does the story’s setting, its ambiance, seem to be so oppressive and claustrophobic? How does Baldwin achieve this?
  3. Why is the story called “Sonny’s Blues”?
  4. Does Baldwin appear to be more sympathetic to one brother as opposed to the other? Why?
  5. What does this story seem to say about suffering and redemption?
  6. How would you describe Baldwin’s intended audience?

  1. Why does Tangvik entitle his short story “Don’t Mess With Tanya”?
  2. As Tangvik himself queries,” Do you think this is a positive or negative aspect of her personality”? Why or Why not?
  3. Some critics have referred to this story as a “juxtaposition of stereotypes.” Is this true? If so, identify several examples. If not, explain.
  4. What does it mean to be racially profiled and have you ever experienced or witnessed this?
  5. Was Tonya correct in her treatment of Tony to make her point?
  6. Despite their more apparent differences, e.g. race, sex, age, and so on, did Tonya and Tony seem to have anything in common? Explain.
  7. What audience does Tangvik seem to be addressing?
  8. One of Tangvik’s formal assignments recommends that this story be viewed from both a “predominately white” perspective and a “predominately black” persective. Why do you think this might baldwin and tangvik
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Please respond to the following in complete sentences and paragraphs, totaling approximately 500 words, remembering to proofread and avoid slang and colloquial language1. Describe the relationship between Sonny and his brother. How does this relationship change after Sonny graduates from high school? After their mother dies? After the death of little Grace? What causes the brothers’ estrangement?

  1. Describe the relationship between Sonny and his brother at the story’s conclusion. How does the older brother feel about Sonny now? Are they finally reconciled?
  2. What Biblical allusions are found throughout the story? Why do you think Baldwin has included them?

4.. This short story could easily be titled “A Tale of Two Brothers.” Why? How many brothers are actually involved here?

  1. What does their mother instruct the oldest son to do about Sonny? Why is this significant?
  2. Why does the story’s setting, its ambiance, seem to be so oppressive and claustrophobic? How does Baldwin achieve this?
  3. Why is the story called “Sonny’s Blues”?
  4. Does Baldwin appear to be more sympathetic to one brother as opposed to the other? Why?
  5. What does this story seem to say about suffering and redemption?
  6. How would you describe Baldwin’s intended audience?

  1. Why does Tangvik entitle his short story “Don’t Mess With Tanya”?
  2. As Tangvik himself queries,” Do you think this is a positive or negative aspect of her personality”? Why or Why not?
  3. Some critics have referred to this story as a “juxtaposition of stereotypes.” Is this true? If so, identify several examples. If not, explain.
  4. What does it mean to be racially profiled and have you ever experienced or witnessed this?
  5. Was Tonya correct in her treatment of Tony to make her point?
  6. Despite their more apparent differences, e.g. race, sex, age, and so on, did Tonya and Tony seem to have anything in common? Explain.
  7. What audience does Tangvik seem to be addressing?
  8. One of Tangvik’s formal assignments recommends that this story be viewed from both a “predominately white” perspective and a “predominately black” persective. Why do you think this might b

Respond to the following in complete sentences and paragraphs, totaling approximately 500 words, remembering to proofread and avoid slang and colloquial language1. Describe the relationship between Sonny and his brother. How does this relationship change after Sonny graduates from high school? After their mother dies? After the death of little Grace? What causes the brothers’ estrangement?

  1. Describe the relationship between Sonny and his brother at the story’s conclusion. How does the older brother feel about Sonny now? Are they finally reconciled?
  2. What Biblical allusions are found throughout the story? Why do you think Baldwin has included them?

4.. This short story could easily be titled “A Tale of Two Brothers.” Why? How many brothers are actually involved here?

  1. What does their mother instruct the oldest son to do about Sonny? Why is this significant?
  2. Why does the story’s setting, its ambiance, seem to be so oppressive and claustrophobic? How does Baldwin achieve this?
  3. Why is the story called “Sonny’s Blues”?
  4. Does Baldwin appear to be more sympathetic to one brother as opposed to the other? Why?
  5. What does this story seem to say about suffering and redemption?
  6. How would you describe Baldwin’s intended audience?

  1. Why does Tangvik entitle his short story “Don’t Mess With Tanya”?
  2. As Tangvik himself queries,” Do you think this is a positive or negative aspect of her personality”? Why or Why not?
  3. Some critics have referred to this story as a “juxtaposition of stereotypes.” Is this true? If so, identify several examples. If not, explain.
  4. What does it mean to be racially profiled and have you ever experienced or witnessed this?
  5. Was Tonya correct in her treatment of Tony to make her point?
  6. Despite their more apparent differences, e.g. race, sex, age, and so on, did Tonya and Tony seem to have anything in common? Explain.
  7. What audience does Tangvik seem to be addressing?
  8. One of Tangvik’s formal assignments recommends that this story be viewed from both a “predominately white” perspective and a “predominately black” persective. Why do you think this might b

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