Consider the young boy in updike’s “a & p.” what do you make of his

Post 1:180-240 words, (Arthur Miller, p. 1709).
Consider Miller’s Death of a Salesman . . . what do you think he thinks of the American capitalist system of his time? Do you find any relevance in this idea now? Explain.
Post 2: 180-240 words, (A & P” John Updike, p.163).
Consider the young boy in Updike’s “A & P.” What do you make of his final act? Any implications for the future?
You have the e-book to those pages…
The Norton Introduction to Literature by Kelly J. Mays.
No in-text citation and work cited page.

Consider the young boy in updike’s “a & p.” what do you make of his

Post 1:180-240 words, (Arthur Miller, p. 1709).
Consider Miller’s Death of a Salesman . . . what do you think he thinks of the American capitalist system of his time? Do you find any relevance in this idea now? Explain.
Post 2: 180-240 words, (A & P” John Updike, p.163).
Consider the young boy in Updike’s “A & P.” What do you make of his final act? Any implications for the future?
You have the e-book to those pages…
The Norton Introduction to Literature by Kelly J. Mays.
No in-text citation and work cited page.

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