The nature of our humanness: a ’55 punch bug, a turtle, and rhizobia

After reading The Bean Trees, making some notes, and writing the exam, choose a focus questions for your essay. Try one of these questions as written by your classmates:

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15 Responses to The nature of our humanness: a ’55 punch bug, a turtle, and rhizobia

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  2. rbrousseau says:

    http://iblog.stjschool.org/rbrousseau/2009/05/13/r-e-s-p-e-c-t/

    How does Kingsolver illustrate how we should treat people?

  3. chmyshak says:

    How ought human beings behave? Is desirable behavior the same in all cultures? In all communities?

    http://iblog.stjschool.org/chmyshak/

  4. Niko says:

    I used the essay question “How does Kingsolver demonstrate how we get our needs met through our relationships with others?”

    http://iblog.stjschool.org/ntimpano/2009/05/23/the-needs-that-bind-us/

  5. bradbardoel says:

    How does Kingsolver express the importance of relationships in the search for self?

    http://iblog.stjschool.org/bradbardoel/2009/05/26/bad-luck-brings-good/

  6. jchampagne says:

    Mr. Sader,
    Here is my link to my essay “The Journey to Happiness”, about “The Bean Trees”

  7. avramovic says:

    What are the relationships between men and women? Are these relationships sources of conflict? Do they provide resolutions to conflict?

    http://iblog.stjschool.org/avramovic/2009/05/27/beans-beans-the-musical-fruit

  8. mokrainetz says:

    Do the women Kingsolver portrays accept or reject the roles that are given to them?

    http://iblog.stjschool.org/mokrainetz/2009/05/27/the-beautiful-people/

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