Everything you need to understand or teach Shiloh and Other Stories by Bobbie Ann Mason.
Typical of realistic writing generally, Mason's first collection of short stories is strongly oriented toward documenting the social lives of her characters. In Mason's version of life in western Kentucky, these concerns are predominantly economic and familial.
On the one hand, Mason demonstrates at great length the disjunction between the limited horizons of predominantly rural Kentucky life and the world of television and consumer culture with which it collides...
Shiloh and Other Stories Lesson Plans contain 127 pages of teaching material, including: