HARPER LEE TAKES A CHILD'S PERSPECTIVE TO TELL THE STORY OF TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. WHAT ARE SOME OF THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THIS MANNER OF EXPOSITION? All children everywhere begin life innocent and without prejudice. It is as they grow and develop.
To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 13 31. Type or write the answers on your own paper. Make sure you label each chapter. At the beginning of the chapter, Aunt Alexandra says two things. What do they reveal about her? Describe how Aunt Alexandra fits into the society of Maycomb.
Agatha Christie. The adventure of the Egyptian tomb. I have always considered that one of the most thrilling and dramatic of the many adventures I haveshared with Poirot was that of our investigation into the strange series of deaths which followedupon.
To Kill A Mockingbird - Part 1. 1. When Jem breaks his elbow, what is his main concern? 2. In what does Atticus invest his earnings? 3. Who is Calpurnia? Describe the relationship between her and Scout. 4. How did Jem and Scout s mother die?
Shakespeare- Intro. Handout. Directions: Answer the following questions while reading pages 536-541 in your text. Why is Shakespeare regarded as the greatest writer in the English language ? Richness of language. He understood human concerns. Wrote about relevant topics timeless.
Stories connect us to each other they can reveal our conflicts within ourselves and our vulnerabilities to each other. Stories can describe why certain choices are made and others are passed over, and they can reveal the colors of our emotions. Stories.
Unit 4: Chapters 4 6. After the acquittal, Dr. Manette has a surprising reaction to Darnay. (Pg 71, lines 19-22). What might account for this strange behavior on the part of Dr. Manette? Stryver is obviously successful, largely because of his friendship with Carton.
Historical Fiction Reading Project. How is historical fiction different from history texts and historical documents? What can we learn about history from historical fiction? How reliable is historical fiction? What factors influence its reliability?
Mice and Men John Steinbeck. Complete the following activities in full detail in order to complete your understanding of the text. Do not take short cuts. If you do then you will be required to re-submit. Complete the activities in an ongoing manner.
Literary Criticism Excerpts. (1) Gatsby's attempts to attain an ideal of himself and then to put this ideal to the service of another ideal, romantic love, are attempts to rise above corruption in all its forms. It is this quality in him that Nick Carraway.
Summer Assignment: AP English Literature. Teacher: Mrs. Leandra Ferguson. Contact Information. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Review List of Terms.
The Sherlock Holmes Society of London. Founded as The Sherlock Holmes Society in 1934. Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on May 19th 2011 at. The National Liberal Club, Westminster.
Jane Eyre Study Guide. Personal Response- Chapters 1-10. What is your first impression of Jane Eyre? What qualities would make her valuable as a friend? What qualities would make friendship with her difficult? Explain.
Macbeth Notes: Act V, Scenes vii and viii or End Game. Critical Question: Did Macbeth have to die? Scene vii: Another Part of the Field. On the battlefield, Macbeth is fearless and continues to believe he cannot be harmed. Macbeth encounters young Siward and slays him.
Unit Title: Puritans. Specific Topic: Poetry of Anne Bradstreet; Plaine Style. Learning Goal: Develop a further understanding of the Puritan mindset and practice speaking and listening skills.
Quotes to Identify The Great GatsbyName______. 4/1/12 Please identify the persons or things referred to in these passages. Have your answers ready at the beginning of class on Wednesday, April 4, 2012. Nick CarrawayDaisy BuchananTom BuchananJordan Baker. Myrtle WilsonCatherineGeorge WilsonMr. McKee.