Now that we have realized what Chesterfield was really on about in the letter to his son, we're going to dive in a bit more deeply.
Tonight, read pages 57-63 in Everyday Use (you may find it helpful to peruse page 85 as well).
Then annotate Lord Chesterfield's Letter anew. Bring that in tomorrow on paper as we will work with it in small groups and as a class.
Nicole M, Josilyn, Jacob, Brittany, and Agnes will all be gone at an FCCLA meeting where they will be plotting to overthrow the world and put an end to papers about Lord Chesterfield. Wish them well. If they are unsuccessful, you might offer to share your notes with them. ("I do not, therefore, so much as hint to you" that tomorrow is a good time to take some notes.) Even so, going on an all day field trip seems like an awful lot of trouble just to get out of analyzing a wee little missive from 1746.