American Lit Warm-Up: Paraphrase the following sentence: John Brown embraced abolitionist views and spent the remainder of his life fighting against the enslavement of humanity. John Brown embraced abolitionist views and spent the remainder of his life fighting against the enslavement of humanity.
John Brown embraced abolitionist views and spent the remainder of his life fighting against the enslavement of humanity. (replace keywords with synonyms) John Brown accepted anti-slavery ideas and spent the rest of his years protesting against the enforced servitude of human beings. (rearrange sentence structure) John Browns acceptance of anti-slavery ideas led him to spend the rest of his years protesting against the enforced servitude of human beings. Edgar Allen Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and
Herman Melville were known as antiTranscendentalists or Dark Romantics Had much in common with Transcendentalists: Focus on the imagination and spirituality Fascination with nature and its power, but emphasized the negative aspects Explored conflicts between good and evil, psychological effects of guilt and sin, and madness AntiTranscendentalists Herman Melville
Nathaniel Hawthorne Edgar Allan Poe Best known for Moby-Dick, a novel about one mans obsessive, doomed mission to hunt the great white whale Themes include the relationship between man and nature, fate vs. free will, revenge,
and madness Considered the father of the detective story and the modern horror story Many mysteries surround his life and death Best known for short stories such as The Tell-Tale Heart and
poetry including The Raven Best known for The Scarlet Letter, a novel set in the Puritan period in New England. Explores themes of sin and redemption, guilt, religion, and adultery
Go to the Grave The Darkend Veil Earthly Pomp Address to the Moon The Ocean Your Task (with a partner):
Identify and define 5 unfamiliar words from your chosen poem Identify three examples of figurative language (simile, metaphor, personification, allusion, etc.) Complete a line-by-line paraphrase of the four best lines from the poem
Write a one-sentence statement of the poems theme List three things that all of the poems we read today have in common.
5.30 Pupils rise 6.00 Chapel [religious service] 6.30-7.15 Bedmaking, washing, milking and pumping 7.15-7.30 Inspection of pupils in the school rooms to see if they are clean and properly dressed, their condition, health & c., a note being taken of...
Demonstrate how to write summaries in 10-words or less. The chunking allows the students to look at the text in smaller segments, and summarize what the author is saying in just that small, specific chunk. 4. Left margin: What is...
Incremental Algorithms for Collision Detection between Solid Models Madhav K. Ponamgi Dinesh Manocha Ming C. Lin Department of Computer Science University of N. Carolina, Chapel Hill Author UNC-CH Computer Science
Nice smelling bath products (coconut, cucumber melon, etc.) Going to movies and theater shows. Being around people I like. Characteristics of people who best support me: People who are nice, respectful, don't make judgments and don't think of me as...
Zarzuela - it is a melodrama with songs and dances that have a three in one act play. It is intended to make the mass feeling towards love, fear, grief, sorrow or any emotional reactions sublime. >it sometimes shows the...
Current Assumptions Regarding Seclusion and Restraint Use Module created by Nihart, Huckshorn, LeBel 2003 *Conceptually excerpted in part from Mohr & Anderson, 2001. Assumption Restraints keep the people we serve safe Reality 142 deaths found from 1988 to 1998, reported...
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