Discussion Board #2 –
“Her Three Days”
Discussion Board #2 is a follow-up to Homework #1. Now that you have read and annotated “Her Three Days,” please reply to all of the questions below. When answering questions, you should provide 1-2 thoughtful paragraphs per question. A paragraph should be at least 7-8 sentences using 12 point font. The answers should explain important ideas, provide insight, and include supporting examples. In other words, you are demonstrating your critical thinking skills.
Hit reply at the bottom and you can type your answers into the text box. Please make sure to number each response according to the questions on the list. Make sure to proofread your work before you post it.
After you have posted your responses, you will then need to read at least 2 other students’ responses and reply back. When you reply back to a student, you only need to reply to one of the student’s responses, not all of them. When you post a reply to a student, click on “Reply” underneath his or her text box. Do not respond to a student in your answers to the questions. When responding, you should provide 1-2 thoughtful paragraphs. A paragraph should be at least 7-8 sentences using 12 point font.
Note: You will not be able to edit or delete your post, so please make sure to proofread your work before you post it. You may also want to create your post in a Word document and save it, and then copy and paste it into the text box.
To get full credit, you have until Saturday, February 27th to post your answers and reply to 2 students. Please be thoughtful and insightful! No outside sources should be used for this assignment.
1. What changes can you observe in Noumbe’s character between the beginning of the story and its conclusion? What does she do or say that implies she is not the same person as she was at the beginning of the story?
2. How do the details Ousmane provides about Noumbe’s memories of how she acted when she was the new wife add an ironic dimension to the story? Why is this irony important?
3. How are men viewed and portrayed in Mali Muslim society compared to women according to details in this story? Please explain.
4. What means does Ousmane use to make you sympathetic to the main character? In your opinion, is the story constructed as a vehicle for social criticism of polygamy in Mali? Explain your answer.
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