What is the relationship between work, education, and community in Wendell Berry?s Hannah Coulter? How do the forces of modern work and education pull individuals away from the community of Port William, as well as begin to change the community from within? How do these forces affect Hannah?s children? Finally, how does the narrative offer a glimmer of hope for the future, and how might this serve as a prescription for the ills of our modern society?
Answer the questions in 250-500 words. You should incorporate as many course readings and resources as possible (at least 3), citing each source correctly using APA, MLA, or Chicago/Turabian formatting. Your paper should follow the argumentative essay format with a clear thesis, supporting evidence, and Conclusion that summarizes your argument. Please see the linked Writing Assignment Rubric for additional grading details. Writing Assignment Rubric.pdf