1) a. For each perspective presented, highlight THREE key quotes that illustrate a feature of the relationship. b. For each quote, explain what it reveals about the relationship. I never sacked Nick. That’s the "Nick Spin”. He’s got a funny way of… ah well; I guess this is like Khrushchev talking about Stalin. I did try forming a band. Miscommunication. Identify the TYPE and KIND of relationship that the two people share. It is a brother relationship, they seemed to have shared many experiences with each other.
3) Is it functional or dysfunctional? Explain your answer.
Select TWO key language devices used in this article and explain HOW EACH one has been used to communicate particular ideas about their relationship. Each explanation should be at least 150 words. Hyperbole and dramatic irony.
In the article the relationships that the author discusses is that of a unhealthy brotherly relationships. He makes a comparison between Krushchev and Stalin, “He’s got a funny way of… ah well; I guess this is like Khrushchev talking about Stalin.” The simile used to compare Khrushchev talking about Stalin which is affectively used to highlight the idea that the brothers are stern towards each other. The author also uses a historical allusion to these two significant characters in history that exgerrates the magnititude of the unhealthy relationship.
HOMEWORK (or when you are finished in class)
Find the poems “Daddy” by Sylvia Plath, “Stop all the Clocks” by W. H Auden or “Let me not to the Marriage of true minds” by William Shakespeare and explain what you think it is saying about the relationship depicted. Is it healthy or unhealthy? Why?
Daddy- The poem suggests that the relationship between two people should be praised. But in this case it is a negative connotation where two polar opposites can not accompany each other. She has a deep emotional connection with this figure in the relationship, the person she was...