1)Hogan uses some aspects of the typical novel, like getting readers to identify with a character, using symbolic features like a journey, giving us a love interest to root for — even while she interpolates features of Native culture like magic, oral traditions, and herbal lore. Does Hogan give us that most-expected novelistic feature, “closure”? Explain your answer
2) Hurston’s depiction of her characters’ speech has been controversial since this novel was first published. She was an anthropologist before she was a novelist, though. How are you doing with the dialog? How does it affect your reading experience and your reading strategies, if at all? Use about 5 sentences for each question
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