[SOLVED] There There by Tommy Orange.

Each must meet the general word requirements of 200 – 250 words.
Clearly differentiate each with #1 and #2. Use MLA format
Book we are reading is There There by Tommy Orange.
This week we read the “Prologue” and “Part One” (3 – 78)
• Select a brief passage (with page number) that illustrates an idea you wish to explore.
• Be sure to begin your original posts with a clear statement on topics and ideas you explore.
1. The “Prologue” of There There provides a historical overview of how Native populations were systematically stripped of their identity, their rights, their land, and, in some cases, their very existence by colonialist forces in America. How does the history relate to a topic in one of the first four chapters / characters in
Part 1? (200-250 words)
2. The Indian head is meant to be symbolic of Indian iconography.
What might this iconography suggest? How might the issue of Indian representation relate to a topic in one of the first four chapters / characters in Part 1? (200-250 words)
Please see attached links below to bring voices alive
1. There There Prologue .mp3
https://santarosajc.instructure.com/courses/56068/files/5639470/download?download_frd=1
2. There There Prt 1 Tony Loneman.mp3
Download There There Prt 1 Tony Loneman.mp3
3.There There Part 1 Opal.mp3
Download There There Part 1 Opal.mp3
4. There There Part 1 Dene Oxendene.mp3
Download There There Part 1 Dene Oxendene.mp3
5. There There Part 1 Edwin Black.mp3
Download There There Part 1 Edwin Black.mp3
Each must meet the general word requirements of 200 – 250 words.
Clearly differentiate each with #1 and #2. Use MLA format
Book we are reading is There There by Tommy Orange.
This week we read the “Prologue” and “Part One” (3 – 78)
• Select a brief passage (with page number) that illustrates an idea you wish to explore.
• Be sure to begin your original posts with a clear statement on topics and ideas you explore.
1. The “Prologue” of There There provides a historical overview of how Native populations were systematically stripped of their identity, their rights, their land, and, in some cases, their very existence by colonialist forces in America. How does the history relate to a topic in one of the first four chapters / characters in
Part 1? (200-250 words)
2. The Indian head is meant to be symbolic of Indian iconography.
What might this iconography suggest? How might the issue of Indian representation relate to a topic in one of the first four chapters / characters in Part 1? (200-250 words)

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