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Frankenstein UnitPreparation. Literary Terms The literary terms are not due as an assignment; however, they may appear on Frankenstein quizzes and will.

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1 Frankenstein UnitPreparation

2 Literary Terms The literary terms are not due as an assignment; however, they may appear on Frankenstein quizzes and will be a part of the take-home test due at the end of the Frankenstein unit.

3 Literary Terms allusion allusion archetype (archetypal) archetype (archetypal) irony (dramatic) irony (dramatic) character (dynamic and static) character (dynamic and static) metaphor metaphor

4 Literary Terms mood mood narration (narrator) narration (narrator) Romanticism Romanticism setting setting simile simile

5 Literary Terms biographical criticism: criticism which attempts to account for the elements of literary works by relating them to events in the lives of their authors biographical criticism: criticism which attempts to account for the elements of literary works by relating them to events in the lives of their authors epistolary novel: imaginative prose that tells a story through letters (epistles) epistolary novel: imaginative prose that tells a story through letters (epistles)

6 Literary Terms frame tale: a story that itself provides a vehicle for the telling of other stories frame tale: a story that itself provides a vehicle for the telling of other stories science fiction: highly imaginative fiction containing fantastic elements based on scientific principles, discoveries, or laws science fiction: highly imaginative fiction containing fantastic elements based on scientific principles, discoveries, or laws

7 Creative Free Write Create a villain with superpowers. What is his back story? Why did he choose evil over good? (at least 200 words) Create a villain with superpowers. What is his back story? Why did he choose evil over good? (at least 200 words) Students may turn this in at the end of the hour today if finished. If more time is needed, the creative write is due Thursday, Feb. 10, Students may turn this in at the end of the hour today if finished. If more time is needed, the creative write is due Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011.


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