2600 S. 124th Street Omaha NE 68144 US

Start date: Wednesday, February 3 2021.


 On Wednesdays from 1:00 PM to 1:50 PM.

 12 times starting 2/3/2021

Resource person: Donnelly, Jack

Location: 206


Students will study fiction and poetry and be taught to write about literature, including personal response, explication, analysis, and documentation. The class will study some of America’s greatest writers, including the novels The Great Gatsby and Huckleberry Finn; short stories by Hawthorne, Poe, Vonnegut, and Flannery O’Connor; and poetry by Emily Dickenson, Theodore Roethke, Robert Frost, E.E. Cummings, and others. Note: While care has been taken to avoid inappropriate selections, readings will sometimes contain mature and grim material, such as found in The Great Gatsby and Poe.   

Students supply The Great Gatsby and Huckleberry Finn. Please have the specific editions of the novels recommended in the links so that students can easily study together. 


Tuition: $95/$/$85.50 for volunteers    

Supply Fee: $5  

Available: 3+

Price: $95.00 Taxes waived

Required age: 14 - 18 as of 2/3/2021

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