ENGL1102: Literature and Composition chapter 48 from literature book sixth edition, edgar v. roberts Complete the assignment below. (As always, students who respond fully, who use details from the readings, who have fresh and thoughtful insights, who interact with their classmates, and who use standard English will receive the higher grades.) 1) Read “No One’s a Mystery,” by Elizabeth Tallent, available elsewhere in this folder and respond to the following prompts: What impression do you get of Jack, the female narrator, and their relationship as you read the first paragraph? Does your impression change after you have finished the story? With your readings about critical approaches in mind, discuss two different ways to read the story. Be sure to be specific, referring to details from your readings in Ch. 48 in the text and using evidence in the form of quotations and plot events from the story. Also, try to argue why you think the evidence you supply fits the analysis you make.