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    John Steinbeck's piece, "Chrysanthemums."

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    Personal connection and reflection of John Steinbeck's Chrysanthemums

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    Consider John Steinbeck's piece, "Chrysanthemums."

    I'm going to focus on something stands out in the story.

    Think about the language in the story pertaining to the wife, Elisa, and how the men in her life treat her. I'm going to state some brief bullet points first, and then I will ask you some guiding questions to help you in composing a reflection.

    *Her husband is a farmer, so he works on the "big things," such as crops, cows, etc., while his wife works on rather easy-to-take-care-of chrysanthemums. The narrator notes, "The chrysanthemum stems seemed too small and ...

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    Analysis of John Steinbeck's "Chrysanthemums."