How do two of our course texts understand or present the category of the "human"? There are a number of ways you might approach this question. You might, for example, focus on how two of our texts seem uncertain about who counts as "human." Alternatively, you might focus on how one or more of our texts implicitly or explicitly present a restricted category of the "human"--perhaps, for example, the texts' understandings of the "human" are restricted along gendered or racial lines. These are only two among many possibilities for how to approach this question. Be sure that in your response, you make an argument for how your two texts either present a similar understanding of the "human" or present different understandings of the "human."