Most of you made only a minimal effort on this assignment: a short paragraph or two with some general remarks about the story.
In a good personal response, you need to include quotations and page citations. You need to discuss more than just one or two incidents from the story. You need to dig deeper into the philosophical questions raised by the story. You need to analyze the *way* the story is written, and how that connects with the story’s content. And you need to edit and proofread your writing.
Only one of you met that standard, and I urge all of you to read that post and learn from it.