Daily Lessons for Teaching Post Office

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Lesson 1 (from Chapter 1, Parts 1-11)

Objective

Chapter 1, Parts 1-11

One of the very first sentences we read in this novel tells us that Henry went for the job as a postal worker because he thought it would be easy. The objective of this lesson is to study how the opening sections of Chapter 1 establish that Henry ("Hank") Chinaski is a middle-aged alcoholic with an attitude, willing to buck any system, and void of ambition.

Lesson

1) Class discussion: In class, discuss what we learn about the main character, Henry, in the opening parts of the book. One of the very first sentences we read in this novel tells us that Henry went for the job as a postal worker because he thought it would be easy. What kind of character is he? What are his morals and ambitions? What kind of life does he has right now, and does he want better things...

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