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Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
Ewrt 1 c class 43
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Ewrt 1 c class 43

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  • 1.  Outer Dark  Theory?
  • 2.  Q: Is the complexity of Cormack McCarthy’s style of writing in Outer Dark unique or pretentious?  Q:Why are so many characters introduced nameless?  Q: Is there redemption in the story?
  • 3.  Q:What does the baby symbolize?  What are some of the religious allusions in the story?  Q:What are some Biblical parallels that emphasizes the idea of “the outer dark” in this story?  Q:Why is incest so taboo and how is that made evident in the story?
  • 4.  What does Rinthy represent?  What does Culla represent?  Q:Why doesn’t Culla want a midnight woman when Rinthy wants one?  Q: How deeply do the characters lie to each other and themselves? Is this lying necessary?
  • 5.  Q:Who are the three marauders?What is their function in the story?
  • 6.  Chickens had so scratched the soil from the yard that knobs and knees of treeroots stood everywhere in grotesque conguration up out of the earth like some gathering of the mad laid suddenly bare in all their writhen attitudes of pain. She waited. It was an old woman spoke to her: I’ve not been a-hoein.This here is just to kill snakes with. She nodded. I don’t ast nobody’s say so for what all I do but I’d not have ye to think I’d been a-hoein. Yes, she said. I don’t hold with breakin the sabbath and don’t care to associate with them that does. It ain’t sunday, she said. It’s what? It ain’t sunday today, she said.
  • 7.  “Nightfall found him crouched in a thicket, waiting.With full dark he came forth, a solitary traveler going south. He walked all night. Not even a dog spoke him down that harsh road” (90).
  • 8.  “I ain’t runnin from nowheres.  No?You ain’t?Where you from? I never ast you that did I?  I come from down on the Chicken River … Before that then?Where did you live before?  I come from downstate,” (73).
  • 9.  “To drink here? Just outside.You lack two pennies, the clerk said with a small malignant smile. … Course if you ain’t got it you could drink it in here.” (pg 58-59)  “I wonder could I get a drink of water from ye, she said. … Get all ye want, he said. Just set it back when you’re done.” (pg 85)

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