Discuss how foreshadowing prepares us for the ultimate disclosure of Anna’stragic secret.

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Write a 3–5-page literary analysis (typed, double-spaced, 12 pt. font) on one of the supplied topics. The 3-5-page length requirement refers to the essay component. In other words, theWorks Cited page is not included in this page count.This is NOT a research essay and depends entirely on your personal analysis of your chosentopic. If you use an external source for a definition, fact checking, etc., please make sure toinclude any such sources on your Works Cited page. Your final paper is automatically submittedto SafeAssign when it is uploaded to ensure that it complies with academic integrity. Keep inmind that quotes that are properly cited and any Works Cited sources may show as“plagiarised” on your SafeAssign report.

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• 3 quotes from the novel (min.) + in-text citations

Topic to choose to from ONLY ONE TOPIC TO PICK:

The British protagonist, Lib, does not think highly of the Irish, judging by her thoughts andreactions during her tenure as Anna’s nurse in the Irish midlands. Discuss at least threenegative perceptions/criticisms Lib has of the Irish.

2. Discuss the clash between religion and science that permeates this novel.

3. Documentation plays an important role in The Wonder. Discuss.

4. Contrast (discuss differences) the Netflix version of The Wonder with the novel, written by Emma Donoghue.

5. Lib is proud to have studied as a nurse under Florence Nightingale who is referred to asMiss N throughout the novel. Discuss how Miss N’s guidance and instruction assertsitself as she watches over Anna.

6. Careful readers will see that the real reason for Anna’s fasting is foreshadowed throughoutthe text. Discuss how foreshadowing prepares us for the ultimate disclosure of Anna’stragic secret.

7. According to the narration, “Everybody was a repository of secrets” (p. 203). Discusssecrecy as it relates to at least three of the novel’s characters.

8. Visitors come from far and wide to see Anna. Why? Discuss reasons for Anna’s popularityand/or notoriety