Describe something from your own experience you are reminded of by the text.

Be sure to do the reading for Module 3 –- the Introduction & Overview as well as the assigned E-Reserve readings. Then choose one of the assigned E-Reserve readings -– either Hertsgaard (“Starting A Reputation”), MacDonald (“John and Paul”), MacDonald (“The People’s Music”), or Eisenberg –- and, in regard to that reading, fill up about a typed page responding to the following questions.What is the text about? (Try to be concrete and literal at this point; don’t jump to “interpretation
Describe something from your own experience you are reminded of by the text.
What is the most important passage in the text? Why?
Which other E-Reserve reading from this module seems to most agree with this one? Which other E-Reserve reading from this module seems most to disagree with thise one? Explain your choices.
Consider this week’s Required Listening selections. From that array of recordings, pick one — it might be a single, it might be an entire LP — that got your attention. Then briefly explain why it got your attention.
Pretend the text is not about whatever you said it was about in #1. Pretend it’s about something else, something hidden or unstated. What is this other thing that the text is “really” about?