Shirley Jackson (December 14, 1919 - August 8, 1965) She was an American author who wrote short stories and novels. The tone of most of her works is odd and macabre, with an impending sense of doom, often framed by very ordinary settings and characters.
Her Life Born in San Francisco, California Graduated from Syracuse University in 1940 While a student there, she met future husband Stanley Edgar Hyman, who was to become a noted literary critic.
Found Works In 1996, a crate of unpublished stories was found in the barn behind Jackson's house. These stories were published in a collection titled Just an Ordinary Day.
Her novels include: The Bird's Nest We Have Always Lived in the Castle The Haunting of Hill House The Sundial Hangsaman The Road Through the Wall
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Correct the following sentences. 1.charles wanted 2 color with greene craysons so he hit teh techer? 1. Charles wanted to color with green crayons, so he hit the teacher. 2.on munday laurie came home Late, and full of news 2. On Monday, Laurie came home late, full of news.
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Homework Finish Charles questions (this will be taken up tomorrow) Study Charles vocabulary and spelling-Test tomorrow on these Study Week 4 stems-Test tomorrow
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