1. Each question you pose and each comment you offer in response to those questions should be grounded in textual evidence. A big improvement in the last discussion, but some of your ideas were still vague and I was left wondering why you thought or asked what you did. I'm guessing your classmates felt the same way.
Here are a couple more examples of good posts from last class.
Here is a comment from Eric:
On page 122, Ishmael made a horrible comparison. He said "The idea of death did not cross my mind at all and killing had become as easy as drinking water." This thought is terrible because drinking water is a task necessary for life and now Ishmael sees killing in the same way.
And Ray posted, Like it says on page 122, "The combination of drugs gave us a lot of energy and made us feel fierce. The idea of death didn't even cross my mind at all and killing had become as easy as drinking water. It had also stopped making remorseful records." Judging by this, he may not remember killing everybody that he did.
I picked these posts because they both went beyond saying "on page 125" to actually include the quote that supported their thinking.