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    SOAPSTone Analysis Form Speaker Who is the Speaker? The voice that tells the story. Non-Fiction – the author/speaker and any background information that might bear upon his/her text. Fiction – the narrator‚ not the author‚ and any implied traits or characteristics that might influence the text. Students should go beyond merely identifying the Speaker by name (occasionally‚ none will be given). They should be able to apply outside knowledge to Speaker‚ or infer traits from the text itself

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    Alyson Smith 2nd Semester AP English Henrietta Lacks SOAPSTone Speaker: Rebecca Skloot is the speaker. She is a woman who has a picture of Henrietta Lacks hanging on her wall. As she was in her community college biology class her professor mentioned Henrietta sparking her knowledge. After hearing about Henrietta‚ Rebecca was intrigued to find out more about the cells and Henrietta’s life. Occasion: Rebecca starts talking in present time as she is looking at the picture on her wall. An example

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    Phoebe Mortell 9-1-2010 English Period 2‚ Day 2 SOAPSTONE #2 SOAPSTONE: There Is No Unmarked Women Speaker: the speaker and author of this article is Deborah Tannen who is a professor of linguistics at Georgetown University in Washington DC. Occasion: this article was first published in The New York Times Magazine on June 20‚ 1993. It is set at a working conference of 12. Audience: the article is directed to a very broad audience. Not only because it was published in the New York Times

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    Standley Lake‚ Conifer high schools cancel classes Friday due to teacher absences Subject: Conifer and Standley Lake high schools were canceled Friday because of the high and unusual number of teachers that were absent. The county was unable to get enough substitutes to fill in the voids and school was cancelled. Occasion: Teachers are trying to make a point since they are now getting payed a lot less. But they are denying that their absences were a part of a protest. Audience: This article

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    Gustavo Vega 1/31/11 Period 3 I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud Poem Analysis SOAPSTONE 1. Speaker: The person who is saying the poem is a person who hardly admires nature for its true beauty. 2. Occasion: A trip to the lake inspired this poem because there he saw all these daffodils by the lake and compared them to stars. 3. Audience: The audience for this poem are all those who do not appreciate the beauty of nature and more so to the well-educated. 4. Purpose: The reason Wordsworth

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    March 20th‚ 2014 A.C.E. ENGLISH II 1984 PAPER In George Orwell’s novel 1984‚ the authoritarian government known as Big Brother controlled and watched the citizens via numerous types of technology. Through telescreens‚ microphones‚ cameras‚ and ‘thought police’‚ the government was able to keep complete dominance

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    Sample Essay on 1984 George Orwell’s novel “1984” is truly a masterpiece that continues influencing many people around the world and has a deserved title of best-seller. The novel presents a nightmare vision of the repressive state control in Oceania. Although written in the middle of the last century‚ this story is nevertheless relevant today to the politics of state as it has never been before. This book teaches us not only the important lessons of the past‚ but also presents the essential ideas

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    common they serve as locating devices for each and every one of us. Privacy has vanished. In George Orwell’s novel‚ 1984‚ Big Brother was a character of fiction. Yet he was able to oversee everything and virtually controlled the daily lives of millions of people. Now‚ as we advance technologically‚ the thought of Big Brother watching over us isn’t so far-fetched. Technology in 1984 plays a major role‚ in a way that could be compared to today. Technology is used as a control vehicle‚ Placed all around

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    SOAPStone Shooting An Elephant Speaker : George Orwell‚ known for his writing “Animal Farm”. He is also known journalist for his thoughts on politics. Occasion : Shooting of the elephant‚ Orwell was forced to shoot the animal because that was of him to do. Audience : Are the people who are fans of George Orwell’s work‚ But also people who stand up for animal rights because the story is about “Shooting An Elephant ’’. Purpose : The purpose of “Shooting An Elephant ’’ is Orwell didn’t

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    1984 essay: The last sentence of 1984 by George Orwell‚ though very clear itself‚ thrusts the meaning of the book into ambiguity and interpretation. Because it is the last thing seen by the reader‚ the ending of a book has the power to leave the lasting impression. Whether this is a good or bad impression remains to be decided by the readers themselves. While this ending may not be seen as a pleasant one‚ it appropriately concludes the novel in the way that it stays true to the overall tone of

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