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Alcott questions

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Work: A Story of Experience

“Chapter 2: Servant” Questions

1.    What do we learn about the woman’s experience through Christie?  What kinds of attitudes are presented?

2.    What other issues of the time does this story address?

3.    Is Christie a feminist of her time?  How does this story express current issues for women?

4.    What models from history did women writers have?  What experiences did they use from their own lives?

5.    What are some common themes of the stories we have read so far?

6.    Is a “loving league of sisters,” as Christie and her friends exemplified, a possibility for women in today’s feminist climate?

 

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