Do one of the following options:
Option A - Write in depth about "In Shock..." - first, responding to the content of the piece; second, analyzing the either the voice or the organization of the piece.
Option B - Write in depth about "Tender Memories..." - first, responding to the content of the piece; second, analyzing the either the voice or the organization of the piece.
Option C - Do you trust Bragg in his telling of these stories? Why or why not? What does he do to instill your trust in his telling of these stories? Alternatively, what does he do to undermine your trust in his take on what's happening? Be specific.
Option D - Is the writing here just Bragg being Bragg? Is he using the same approach, the same writer-ly moves as he's been using all along, or is there something significant here that you haven't seen in any of his previous pieces? Be specific.
Option E - Choose something else to write about concerning one of or both of these pieces that you consider equally important when analyzing a feature story. Be specific, and build your case for why this perspective on Bragg's work is just as valid.