Cards in this guide (31)
Did Alan Dunlop serve in the World War 2
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Dunlop you want to know about. Keep in mind that anyone who served
in World War 2 had to have been born prior to 1927.
When was Alan Bergmann born
Alan Bergmann was born in New York City, in New York, USA.
When was The Jilting of Granny Weatherall created
The Jilting of Granny Weatherall was created in 1930.
What distinguishes literary nonfiction from traditional nonfiction
What example does Alan Weisman give at the beginning of the chapter to contrast the power of humans with the power of nature
The events of September 11, 2001. (it was bush).
What kind of structure is most common in green literature
Chronological and cause-and-effect
What is tai-me
A feathered doll-like creature with the feet of a deer
What is one effect that parallelism has on a written work
It clearly connects ideas.
Is New York city a manmade or natural feature
Which action did John Muir take that brought about green awareness
he influenced congress to pass the National Park bill in 1890
Why is Edward Abbey's work considered green literature
Edward Abbey's work is considered green literature because he
advocated sabotaging industries that harmed the environment.
Which topic is most related to the theme of climate change in green literature
What is the premise of Edward Abbey's The Monkey Wrench Gang
A group of activists sabotaged the Glen Canyon dam.
Why is Annie Dillard's work considered green literature
Because she wrote about the connection between nature and the human
How does Alan Weisman most clearly use text structure to prove his points
He narrates the story of natures destruction by human settlements.
Which topic is most related to the theme of energy in green literature
Which two details from Judith Ortiz Cofer's Gravity symbolize the tension between Puerto Rican and American culture
The Puerto Habana restaurant and Sister Mary Joseph’s basement café
APEX, 3.2.7 QUIZ analyze gravity
Which man made object is likely to endure long after humans have disappeared from New York City
Which distinguishes literary nonfiction from traditional nonfiction
Which story topic would most likely be explored in green literature
I suspect anything to do with the environment, and why it is
used in literature such as this.
What topic or theme do all three poems in the reading have in common
Which sentence is an example of chronological structure in The City Without Us
After 20 years, rusted beams in buildings will cause them to start collapsing.
What is the subject matter of the story Exhalation
What is the poet Mary TallMountain most likely criticizing in The Last Wolf
Which situation is the clearest example of cause and effect in The City Without Us
What is the poet Allen Ginsberg most likely criticizing in homework
Humanities impact on the environment
According to the chapter what is Dr. Eric Sanderson's goal
to determine what manhattan island was like before it became a city
What does Harrison Bergeron do that angers the government
Identifies himself as better than anyone else
Was New York city man made or natural feature
New York is a man made town.
In Judith Ortiz Cofer's Gravity what is Elenita's main internal conflict
She wants an independent identity, and yet still feels a connection to others.
Which sentence best describes an aesthetic impact
The way the plot comes full circle is meant to make the reader feel satisfied.