1. What are the "two kinds" referred to in "Two Kinds"? What does each "kind" represent? How and why are they important to the story?
2. In "The Lottery," why does no one question the practice except for the people who have been chosen? Why does everyone comply?
3. In "Harlem," what is the "dream deferred"? What is the rebellion in the poem? What is the conformity? What are the consequences of either or both?
4. In "I, Too," is the speaker rebelling or is the speaker conforming? How does one know? What is the point of the poem? How does one know?