Willa Cather’s “Paul’s Case”

Please see link answer questions below

https://youtu.be/nMlW0-fwUn8

1.  What kind of “case” is Paul?  Why do you think Willa Cather uses this word “case” to describe him?  What does the word mean and connote?

2.  Describe the plot.  What is the character going through?  Why does he do what he does?

3.  If Paul is a “case,” how does Cather present the resolution, or the solution to the problem?

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