Black Men and Public Spaces
Based on the Brent Staples’ short story “Black Men and Public Spaces,” identify a specific type of
discrimination (thesis) — racial, religious, ethnic, national, gender, etc. — and explain how this discrimination
takes form (evidence).
3. Based on Shirley Jackson’s short story “The Lottery,” identify a tradition that cannot be justified by reason
(thesis) — religious, cultural, national — and explain why (evidence).
4. Based on Hanif Kureishi’s short story “My Son the Fanatic,” identify the type of person who becomes a
fanatic (thesis) — religious, national, ethnic, gender, dietary, environmental, social practices — and explain how
this fanaticism takes shape (evidence).
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