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Final Exam Preparation

Final Exam Preparation

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Final Exam Preparation: Questions for GreaterUnderstanding
 Article 1: “Where is today’sDorothea Lange?”
1.What does the author identify in the firstparagraph?2.What is her viewpoint about artists in the
second paragraph?
3.What do you think the author means when
she asks in the title, “Where’s today’sDorothea Lange?”
The author’s thesis is made pretty clear in the
lines bellow the title
 what is herthesis/argument?5.What are some examples of films and songs
that the author thinks were “telling the tale,
making people see, hear and feel the pain as
only the arts can do” in the past?
 Article 1: “Where is today’sDorothea Lange?”
6.In the 8
and 9
paragraph, which artist does the
author see as no longer offering even “slimmest portion
of his art to provide the sense of solace he'd given so
many dissenters long ago?”
 7.In the second to last paragraph, what type of artistsdoes the author suggest are doing this (telling the tale,making people see, hear and feel the pain) today?8.Can you think of any examples of current artists(music, TV, movies, books, comedians, etc.) who you
think support the author’s argument that artists today 
are not interested in acknowledging and representingour troubled times?9.Can you think of counter examples that show that someartists actually are engaged with and expressingcurrent social, political, and economic woes?

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