5CarnivalCarnival is a secular holiday, but is evolved from the Christian holiday, Lent.What is Lent?
6Carnival Traditionally, Lent involves giving up meat. The literal meaning of Carnival is:Carn + Val =Flesh (meat) + FarewellModern day lent involves giving up something one enjoys.Participants of Carnival eat, drink, and party excessively before the solemn event of Lent.It is essentially their last “hoorah” before Lent.
11Catacombs are known as “Cities of the Dead” In “The Cask of Amontillado” our narrator, Montresor, plans his revenge to take place in the catacombs beneath his palace.
12Catacombs Underground areas where people are buried. This started when disease claimed the lives of so many that proper burial became impossible.Catacombs became the alternative.The wealthy had catacombs under their estates to bury their own family members.
14Visiting Catacombs! https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=--ti8nSK5ZQ Would you go on a tour?!
15ConflictIn “The Cask of Amontillado”, Montresor lures Fortunato to his catacombs.He is upset about how Fortunato has insulted him.He is seeking revenge!What kind of conflict is this?EXTERNALMAN VS. MAN
16Vocabulary Impunity- Freedom from punishment He is not afraid of being punished for what he does because he has impunity.Repose- to lie dead or at restMany buried bodies repose in tombs underground.Aperture- an opening, such as a doorway.He entered the dark room through an aperture in the wall.Subside- to slow or decreaseWhen he realizes that no one hears him, his screams subside.
18Mood is the feeling or atmosphere the writer creates for the reader. One word to describe “The Cask of Amontillado” is suspenseful. Suspense- a continual state of excitement about what will happen next.Come up with words you would use to describe the mood of Poe’s stories
19How does Poe create mood? Poe creates a suspenseful, horrifying, creepy mood by using imagery. Imagery- The use of sensory details that appeal to sight, hearing, taste, touch, or smell. When reading Poe’s stories, a reader can hear the screams, see the death, taste the wine, feel the nitre, and smell the rotting flesh! GROSS
20Let’s Practice Analyzing Mood Mood of “The Cask of Amontillado: Suspenseful, Horrifying, CreepyExample of ImageryWhich senses does theimagery use?“Drops of moisture trickle among the bones.”“I felt the cold, steamy breath of death on my neck.”Touch, sight, hearing
21Monitor for Understanding & Summarize and Share Reading StrategiesMonitor for Understanding & Summarize and ShareParaphrasing
22What is Paraphrasing?Restating in your own words the information that you have read.Paraphrasing keeps all the details of the original text.
23Let’s Practice! Text My Paraphrase “I smiled at him as usual whenever I met him. He didn’t guess that I smiled at the thought of destroying him.”The narrator pretends he likes the other man, but he is lying. What he really is smiling about is the thought of destroying him.
24“The Cask of Amontillado” Edgar Allan Poe“The Cask of Amontillado”Enjoy!