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  • After twenty years

    1. 1.  Conflict -Internal & External Mood Foreshadow
    2. 2. Meetour Author
    3. 3.  He moved to Houston, where he had a number of jobs, including that of bank clerk. After moving to Austin, Texas, in 1882, he married. In 1897 he was convicted of embezzling money, although there has been much debate over his actual guilt. In 1898 he entered a penitentiary at Columbus, Ohio. While in prison O. Henrystarted to write short stories toearn money to support hisDaughter, Margaret. After doingThree years of the five yearssentence, Porter emerged fromthe prison in 1901 and changedhis name to O. Henry. O. Henry diedof cirrhosis of the liver on June 5,1910, in New York.
    4. 4.  The 1920s era went by such names as the Jazz Age, the Age of Intolerance, and the Age of Wonderful Nonsense. Amendment 18 to the Constitution (1919) had prohibited the manufacture, transport and sale of intoxicating liquor. Prohibitionists anticipated that Prohibition would alleviate social problems and bolster the economy. However, many people disliked the law and imbibed in unlawful nightclubs called speakeasies. Gangsters took control of bootlegging (illegal distribution of liquor) and violent lawlessness erupted. Lacking public support, the federal government was virtually unable to enforce Prohibition.
    5. 5.  Youthful "Flapper" women provoked older people with brief skirts, bobbed hair, and cavalier use of makeup and cigarettes. Crazes included such dances as the Charleston, dance marathons, flagpole sitting and flying stunts. Baseball`s Babe Ruth and other sports figures became heroes.
    6. 6.  A uniquely American music form, whose roots lay in African expression, came to be known as jazz. The Jazz Age produced such greats as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington. Charlie Chaplin and Rudolph Valentino were tremendous movie box office draws. Walt Disney would produce his first cartoon, Alice`s Wonderland.
    7. 7.  It was the time of the $5 workday, good worker pay for those days. People spent money for better roads, tourism, and holiday resorts. Real estate booms, most notably in Florida, sent land prices soaring. The radio found its wayinto virtually every homein America. The year 1922 introducedthe first movie made withsound.
    8. 8.  Henry Ford blazed the way with his Model T; he sold more 15 million of them by 1927. Ford`s assembly line means of production was the key. The automobile`s popularity, and construction of roads and highways — pouring fresh public funds into the economy — brought tremendous economic prosperity during the roaring twenties.
    9. 9. I will be able to locate & analyze the PLOT
    10. 10. What details from the text, support How does the setting affect thethat the setting took place in the overall mood of the story? Explain.past?What does the ending reveal about How does foreshadowing prepareJimmy’s character? Explain. the readers for a surprise ending? Explain.