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Reading response - "Ode to an Orange"
"Ode to an Orange" by Larry Woiwode took place in the winter of 1940s. It was "the winters of the forties" which I felt was very important in setting the background. It was a time of war, rationing of food, limited transportation, a difficult time to import items from other states and then adjustment from war of peace. Winter did not just represent cold, snow, wind, gray sky, limited sunshine, but a limiting of the senses. With this in mind it have also been difficult to obtain an orange that would have been harvested in a usually warm place, such as Florida or California. The orange not…
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