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Discuss how “The Man Who Was Almost A Man” this story compares to any of the other stories of this unit: “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been,” “Aiding and Abetting,” “Tall Tales from the Mekong Delta,” or “Teenage Wasteland.” For example, you may write about a theme, such as coming of age or identity, or characterization, such as comparing Dave to Donny.
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1) Some critics believe that Arnold Friend is an incarnation of the devil. Others believe that he
is simply an evil human a sexual predator. Do you believe that Arnold is frightening because
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2) Oates wrote her story “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” in the mid-1960s,
and she called it “psychological realism” or “realistic allegory.” She wrote the story to reflect the
terrifying new possibilities of contemporary American life, including home invasion, abduction,
and probable rape and murder. How have things changed in the last 40 years? Do the same
issues of victimization and search for self/identify exist for teens today? Explain.
3) Connie is portrayed as a vain teenager, searching for her own (adult) identity, exploring her
sexuality, and rebelling against parental authority. At the end of the story, when Connie walks
out of her house into Arnold’s arms, is she asserting her independence, is she making a noble
gesture of self-sacrifice to save her family, or is she just giving in to Arnold and to evil? Explain.
4) Arnold claims that Connie’s family would not have made the same sacrifice she is making for
them. Do you agree? Why or why not?
5) Is Connie more vulnerable to Arnold, to evil, to victimization because she does not have a
strong sense of self or identity? Is she more vulnerable because of the absence of her father?
Explain. How does her search for identity affect her, and does she successfully complete that
search? Why or why not. Use evidence from the story to support your answer.
6) What role does America’s superficial, wealth and celebrity-obsessed culture play in violence
and adolescent sexuality? Think about the music and movies you like now and liked growing
up. How do/did these affect your ideas, values, and outlook on the world?
7) Expanding on #6, think about the story’s attitude toward popular culture? Do you agree with
the story’s attitude? Why or why not?
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4. Aiding and Abetting,” by Joyce Carol Oates, deals with several themes we have seen in “Where Are
You Going, Where Have You Been?” also by Oates (as well as the movie Smooth Talk directed by Joyce
Chopra), “Teenage Wasteland” by Anne Tyler, and The Man Who Was Almost A Man” by Richard
Wright. Similar themes are the search for identity, family relationships, the role of parents, predatory
behavior, guilt, and choices and consequences. Discuss one of these themes in Aiding and Abetting.”
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