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Group Work Activities1. Select a chat time for Live and write it (along with your group’s numbers and email) on the note card.2. Questions & Quotes to Consider… What meanings does the word “fly” and its many variations take on in this essay? When Pinard says that “flying on a trapeze is…harder than it looks,” what kind of comparison is she trying to reinforce (29)? Why does Pinard hide her desire to fly as both a child and adult?
“Flying”Flying is used in this essay… as a metaphor for art as a metaphor for writing as a mixed metaphor for freedom and repression as an expression of life and death
“Hep” How does our author’s biography play into the reading of this essay? How is scholarship used in this essay? Check page 25, 28, and 36 for strong examples How is this essay like a story?