Tuesday, March 10, 2009

What did you think of the realist stories? Did you enjoy them more than the Romantics? Did You think they were easy or hard stories to understand? What story was your favorite, and which story did you not like the most?

13 comments:

Jesse Gregory said...

The realist stories were better because I thought that they were easier to read. The authors showed a realistic side of life. My favorite one was The Notorious Juming Frog of Calaveras County. I did not like the outcasts of Poker Flat.

Michael Domenici said...

I think its easier to relate to a realist story because they are things that could happen. I liked outcasts of poker flat, and i didnt like To Build a Fire

ajox10 said...

The realist stories to me were more intertaning because they were like if it was based on a true story. they seemed more real and wanted you to keep reading and want to know whats goin on. It also made it easier to relate to because i look at it as it could accually happen.

Dougaree said...

i felt that the realist stories were easier to understand because they were definately easier to read and be able to find out whats going on in the story. the romantics had many themes that were very hard to understand.

Gangler Bangler said...

I think the Romantic stories were easier to understand because there were to categories. The Dark Romantics focused on death being a bad thing and the Light Romantics focused on death being a part of life.

Andrew Hynes said...

I thought that realism stories were great. They showed events that really happen in real life which is very intersting. It was a lot more fun thinking about how the realism stories and adventures that normal boys and girls go thought every day.

mark said...

I liked the realist stroies better than the romantics because realist is more about real life and I don't like that supernatuarl stuff in writing. Mark Twain is one of my favorite authors and he is one of the best realist writer that ever lived.

Troy Brodie said...

The realist stories are definitely easier to read. The romantics are more in depth and make you think more, which isn't a bad thing, just not as easy to understand.

Christian Henry said...

I liked the realist stories because they were the easiest to relate to and understand. Also better told and more enjoyable to read. The best story was To Build A Fire. It was well told and kept your eyes glued to the page.

jeff247 said...

To me, the realist stories were less enjoyable than the romantic stories, but they were easier to understand. I think they were easier to understand because they were more realistic and a little easier for me to relate to. My favorite story of them all would probably be "The Story of An Hour." My least favorite would be "Outcasts at Poker Flat."

jeff247 said...

To me, the realist stories were less enjoyable than the romantic stories, but they were easier to understand. I think they were easier to understand because they were more realistic and a little easier for me to relate to. My favorite story of them all would probably be "The Story of An Hour." My least favorite would be "Outcasts at Poker Flat."

viktor said...

I enjoyed the realist stories better than the romantics because I have never really been in to fiction stories. Also I thought the romantics were a little confusing with all those poems and what they meant in them. I think my favorite would be "To Build a Fire" because I am just a fan of all of Jack London books and how he talks about the wilderness in all of his books. My least favorite would have to be "The Outcast of Poker Flats" because it was just not as excited and it really didn't make me interested at all and getting my attention to read more.

KarlGreen said...

I really didn't like the realist stories as much as i did the romantics. To me they were a little herder to read then the romantics. But if I did have to choose one it would have to be"To Build A Fire" and leat favorite would be " The Notorious Jumping From Of Calaveras County.