familiar themes: readers generally recognize the maiden trapped in the tower from the tale of Rapunzel or the maiden placed under a spell from the story of Sleeping Beauty; in addition, according to Greek myth, Penelope, the wife of Ulysses, avoided men who wanted to court her while her husband was away...
Estrada , Alfie M.
ELEMENTS OF SHORT STORY
IDENTIFY THE CHARACTERS
* Is an artist
* Who has a studio Greenwich Village
* Suffering from a disease called Pneumonia
* A friend of Johnsy
2,1 INTRODUCING NOVEL “THE PEARL” FORM 5 STUDENTS
2. LESSON PLAN
3.1 ALTERNATIVE ASSESSMENT METHODS FOR TEACHING STEINBECK’S NOVEL “THE PEARL”
3.1.1 DEFINITION OF LITERARY TERMS
1. “Mother in Manville” by Marjorie Rawlings (Review the story in your IRN)
“Mother in Manville” by Marjorie Rawlings is a story about a boy, Jerry, who lives in an orphanage and works for the narrator of the story. The setting takes place high up in the Carolina Mountains. Jerry, after...
5. Composition and content organization. Types of narration……
6. Point of view. Voice and focalization……………………….....
7. Setting and environment………………………………………..
9. Language and imagery. Individual style of writing……………..
5 Important Elements of a Short Story
A short story is a short work of fiction. Fiction, as you know, is prose writing about imagined events and characters. Prose writing differs from poetry in that it does not depend on verses, meters or rhymes for its organization and presentation.
PAOLO AND FRANCESCA Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) more Artful Romance |
François-Auguste-René Rodin (1886) |
The story of Paolo Malatesta and Francesca da Polenta is told in Inferno (part of Divine Comedy) by Dante. Paolo and Francesca were historical contemporaries of Dante. Francesca's father...
Georgiana's humanity, which Hawthorne indicates is equivalent to representing her flaws. It is man's nature to be mortal and imperfect, he argues in this story – that's just what it means to be a human.
What does it mean, then, that Aylmer wants to remove the birthmark from his wife's face? On a literal...
1 Lesson 1 Introduction
It gives nostalgic feelings and enjoyment to re-examine the comedies, tragedies and inspiration of the beautiful Filipino poems, stories, essays and plays. Going over them is a very wonderful experience. It enables you to magnify your appreciation of literary selections...
considerable supporting evidence.
William Golding's Lord of the Flies allegorically shows the good and evil that co-exists in every human being. Each character and symbol displays this possible by what it represents. Ralph and Jack allegorically represent opposing political forces: Jack as the dictator and...
which the characters of the story participate. The events are arranged in a definite sequence to catch and hold the reader's interest. The writer arranges the events, ordering them as he sees fit.
Most stories and novels have plots. But there are some which have no plots. To these belong stories and poems...
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
full title · To Kill a Mockingbird
author · Harper Lee
type of work · Novel
genre · Coming-of-age story; social drama; courtroom drama; Southern drama
language · English
time and place written · Mid-1950s; New York City
date of first publication · 1960
Plot is the sequence of related events in a work of literature. It may be simple or complex, and it includes what characters do, think, and say. The word first used by Aristotle for plot in Poetics was mythos (origin of the word myth). According to Aristotle, plot was the "soul...
Lesson Outline: Lesson 5
The Elements of Fiction
Revelation of character
When the traits are mentioned by the author
When the traits are mentioned by another character
Indirect—when only the behavior, such as speech or actions, from which we infer traits is given
Little Red Ridinghood,” “Snow White,” “Blue Beard,” etc. inheritably connect to public impression. Nowadays, every name has a story behind it, and the name itself is a story.
In general, classical fairytale names feature descriptive adjectives, especially colors, which directly refer to the protagonist’s...
While he was walking back and forth among the bamboo trees, he heard the sound of hoof beats in the distance. "Ah" said he, "I shall have my wish at last". He went nearer the road and stood beside a tree. When the hoof beats sounded nearer, he discerned a dark object, hardly perceptible in the obscurity...
Themes & Corresponding Works Whether reading a short story or a poem, there is always a story to be found within. The authors of these scripts are able to capture readers with the utilization of characterization, rhythm, or a fairytale setting throughout their narrative. It is imagination that sanctions...
Professor” Summer Assignment
I. Every Trip Is a Quest (Except When It’s Not)
The five most important things that make up a quest involve the main character actually going on the quest, a location of where the quester must go, the reason of going on the quest, challenges and problems faced along the quest...
The Great Gatsby
The early part of the 1920s was a time of economic boom for the United States. Their industries...
thoughts, emotions, aspirations, it is the story, and the only history, of the human soul.
Literary work so far was considered to be difficult to understand because it needed a sharp sense of appreciation to get willingness to find out what the author wanted to express to the readers. Therefore...