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Author Janisse Ray grew up in poverty in a south Georgia junkyard. She used these experiences to achieve success in adulthood and to fuel her future passions. In "Ecology of a Cracker Childhood" Ray utilizes extended metaphor to compare life experiences to endangered longleaf pine forests. By exposing my students to "Ecology of a Cracker Childhood," they will have the opportunity to see first hand that while our past shapes us, it isn't something that can be, nor should be, forgotten. This novel will be read and analyzed in class in order to deepen their understanding of literary elements, their function, and cooperative relationship.

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Author Janisse Ray grew up in poverty in a south Georgia junkyard. She used these experiences to achieve success in adulthood and to fuel her future passions. In "Ecology of a Cracker Childhood" Ray utilizes extended metaphor to compare life experiences to endangered longleaf pine forests. By exposing my students to "Ecology of a Cracker Childhood," they will have the opportunity to see first hand that while our past shapes us, it isn't something that can be, nor should be, forgotten. This novel will be read and analyzed in class in order to deepen their understanding of literary elements, their function, and cooperative relationship.

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