This comes from a reading i did not do it is called The Holder of the World.
Hannah Easton is not exactly an immigrant to colonial 17th century India because she does not settle there permanently. She returns to Salem, bears and raises a daughter, lives a long life, and dies in 1750 (284). However, apart from the character of Venn Iyer (Beigh Master’s boyfriend from MIT who is the computer scientist behind the X-2989 program), Hannah Easton is our novel’s only transnational migrant.
Prompt: Does Hannah Easton change Indian history as much as Indian culture changes Hannah? To answer this question, write a response of at least 500 words that first answers necessary preliminary questions:
1. First, in what ways does Hannah Easton change Indian history?
2. Second, what ways does Indian culture (culture including the influence of specific people) change Hannah Easton?
3. Then finally, does Hannah Easton change Indian history as much as Indian culture changes Hannah?
ONE (1) point of this entry’s grade will be reserved for your use of at least TWO (2) in-text citations (Links to an external site.) of a quotation or paraphrase from the story.
ONE (1) point of this entry’s grade will be reserved for a correctly formatted Works Cited (Links to an external site.) entry.
Please cite the original text of the story using the information in the linked Works Cited file. Please scroll all the way to the final pages of the sample essay to find the information you need to cite this work correctly. the only source you can use is The Holder of the World.