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The Cobweb Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Complete this exercise in small groups. Assume you have only two years to live. Write your own obituary and then have each group member also write an obituary for you. What differences do you notice between your description of your life and your group members' descriptions? Explain what this tells you about how you see yourself and how others see you?

Write an essay about how you would live the last two years of your life if you knew you had only two years to live. Read the essay to your class.

Make a timeline of your life's most significant events, both bad and good, and then show the timeline to family members or close friends. Do any of the events surprise them? Do they have suggestions to include?

Write a short essay arguing for how Carver's poem might be read as an expression of regret...

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