For this Blog post, I want you to “read between the lines” and work to analyze and examine the material that is NOT found in a story. Specifically, you are to write 2-3 paragraphs of careful, in-depth analysis, and the aim here is for you to: 1) Use your critical thinking skills to build upon the ideas of Chimamanda Adichie in her well-known TED talk on “The Danger of a Single Story” 2) Practice your skills in critically reading a story of your choosing – skills of the very kind you will be using for your next formal writing assignment. With these goals in mind, here’s what I want you to do for your Blog post: First up, I want you to pick out a narrative “text” that is either written BY someone from another culture, or written ABOUT some person or occurrence from another place. You might, therefore, select a literary story or some other form of media narrative (a feature news story or even photograph would qualify here). To borrow from Adichie’s words, in reality “The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.” So, in looking at your chosen story, what other stories are there but do not get told? What are some of the most important gaps or omissions in your chosen story, and how can you tell? Perhaps more importantly, what are the ramifications of these gaps for what the reader perceives to be the “reality” of the situation, the “truth” of the society in question? Putting things even more simply, if you “read between the lines” and deconstruct the narrative (in terms of what is seen but also NOT seen), what do you find – and why is this so important??