• Films from Literature
    , with specific focus on the techniques used in fiction, drama, and film, and the influences of censorship and society. Students will focus on the similarities and differences of literary works adapted into films. Course Objectives: • Recognize literary devices...
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  • Terms
    qualities of the second object, the sun. (Compare with Simile.) Character - Broadly speaking, a person in a literary work. The actions of characters are what constitute the plot of a story, novel, or poem. There are numerous types of characters, ranging from simple, stereotypical figures to...
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  • Literary Terms and Concepts
    1. An allusion occurs when an author makes a reference to a time, place, or character from another literary work. In Sinclair Lewis' "The Hack Driver" Lewis makes many references and comparisons. Specifically, he makes two allusions. The first allusion is to Heaven's gate and St. Peter...
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  • Eassy
    , write a rough draft for your Final Paper, in which you compare and contrast two literary works from this course that share the same theme (using the “Themes & Corresponding Works” list in the Week Five Final Paper instructions, as a guide). The paper should be organized around your thesis...
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  • essays
    abstract-universal: In this pole "we find those essayists who do their work in the world of high abstractions", who are never personal and who seldom mention the particular facts of experience. Huxley adds that "the most richly satisfying essays are those which make the best not of one, not of two...
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  • Expository
    clarify and organize ideas. 2.6 Recognize cause-and-effect relationships in a text. 2.7 Interpret information from diagrams, charts, and graphs. 2.8 Follow two-step written instructions. 3.0. Literary Response and Analysis Students read and respond to a wide variety of significant works of...
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  • Compare and Contrast
    Compare and Contrast Literary works. 1 Compare and Contrast, Literary works Instructor Ross Introduction to Literature Sheila Weaver September 5, 2011 Compare and Contrast, Literary works 2 I have chosen two stories of Country lovers and what it’s like to be a black...
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  • Example for Literary Paper
    , you will answer the question: So What? In other words, you will not only explain the similarities and differences between the two (or more) literary works, but also explain the significance of your comparison. A comparison intends to inform readers of something they haven’t thought of before...
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  • Just Another Paper
    and response of a fictional character in a crisis and compare them with their own probable reactions; debate two different interpretations of a literary work using specific references to the text to support their arguments); – explain the influence of social and historical values and perspectives...
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  • compare and contrast
     Compare and contrast University of Phoenix Material Literature Compare and Contrast Table Select three literary works that you have read in class, and that you think are connected in at least one way through...
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  • Reading Refections
    Reading Reflection English 125 Julie Pal-Agrawal Christopher Riley 10/17/2012 Literary work has taught me to see things clearly and understand the significance of what the speaker or author is trying to convey. Here are three types of words that a writer regularly use to stimulate our...
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  • Lesson Plan
    of Cinderella and Climo’s retelling of The Irish Cinderlad. 2. Students will compare and contrast the two versions on individual Venn diagrams with a partner. 3. Students will list an example from each story of a simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification on individual charts with a...
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  • English
    finding similarities between the two topics (comparing) and then finding differences (contrasting). An example for this type of literary essay would be: When choosing what university an individual would like to attend. The author would list ideas for both schools and then compare the different...
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  • Catcher in the Rye and Dead Poetry Society Compression
    literary works. In conclusion two different forms of literary works can compare to each other just by evaluating the characters. The book The Catcher in the Rye, and the movie The Dead Poet Society are perfect examples of such. Two characters from The Dead Poet Society that really connect with Holden...
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  • Comparison & Contrast
    of the following options (A or B) and develop an essay which addresses the topic from your perspective. This essay is a character analysis, in which you will compare and contrast (A) two characters in one work (a selection from the text, a novel, or other literary work you are familiar with), OR (B...
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  • session plan
    Wiesel’s literary memoir, Night with 100% accuracy. 2. Students will respond to a video clip of an episode of the ABC News program, What Would You Do, to compare attitudes in the episode to attitudes which allowed the Holocaust to occur with 85% accuracy. 3. Students will compare and contrast...
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  • W.B.Yeats and Thomas Hardy
    images. The river was roaring in the mountains. – The word “roaring” appeals to our sense of hearing. 2. Simile and Metaphor: Both compare two distinct objects and draws similarity between them. The difference is that Simile uses “as” or “like” and Metaphor does not. For example: “My love is like...
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    of an object or its description. 1 (E) use a diction ary, glossary or thesaurus . . . to determine or confirm meanings of words or phrases . . . 2 (A) analyze how the genre of texts with similar themes shapes meaning; 2 (C) relate the figurative language of a literary work to its historical...
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  • New Criticism
    one thing in terms of another. Simile is statement which compares two different things indirectly by using word ‘as’ or ‘like’. If we observe literary works by its formal elements and figurative languages, we will find wide interpretation and it doesn’t matter if our interpretation of the work is different from how the author expects to be. The important thing is we prove that whether the theme is established by text’s formal elements or not....
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  • Looking for Answers
    meaningful similarities and meaningful differences. The more important these are, the more important—and interesting—the comparison. That's why the whole slug/skyscraper thing falls apart. 2) As a student, you compare literary characters in order to demonstrate your understanding of the work as a...
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