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Symbolism Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come: Fatal path Shroud: Death/ Uncertainty Clear, bright sky: Clear thinking; good understanding of world
Comic Relief A humorous scene placed between serious or tragic scenes. Allows an author to lighten the mood of a novel and to heighten the seriousness of the them by contrast.
Allusion “Old Scratch has got his own at last, hey.” “And He took a child, and set him in the midst of them.” “perfect Laocoon of himself with his stockings.”
Mrs. Callahan Freshman English. 1. Tragedy Drama ends in a catastrophe, most often death.
Please start a new sheet for Week 15 DMAs. Then, answer this question: Which is stronger, love or hate? Explain your opinion in 5 or more complete.
Shakespearean Drama. Tragedy is a drama that ends in catastrophe- most often death-for the main character and often for other important characters as.
Tragedy A drama that ends in catastrophe—most often death— for the main characters.
Shakespearean Tragedy Will only use one Chorus (narrator) or will not have one at all. Eased intensity of tragic action by inserting brief scenes of comic.
1 11/9/2015 Introduction to Shakespeare. 2 11/9/2015 The peak of intellectual activity Emphasis on ______________ and choice Renewed interest in science,
Literature Concepts. SShakespeare wrote around 37 plays about historical figures, comedies, and tragedies. TThese plays explore many aspects of the.
What literary techniques will we find in Romeo and Juliet?
1 10/14/2015 Introduction to Shakespeare. 2 10/14/2015 The peak of intellectual activity Emphasis on individuality and choice Renewed interest in science,
Elements of Tragedy. Tragedy A dramatic work that presents the downfall of the tragic hero. The events of a tragic plot are set in motion by a decision.
The Book Thief Zusak’s tool box. Goal IDENTIFY them when reading CONNECT them to theme and meaning USE these words in speech and writing NOTE when you.
Macbeth It’s a tragedy!. Tragedy A play or novel in which the main character struggles, loses control, and usually dies. There is always an unhappy ending.
Title: Othello: Act 3 Sc 1 and Sc 2 1.What do these characters have in common? 2.What is their purpose in the movies they appear in? Comic relief L.O:
But Jesus called them to Himself and said, “You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and those who are great exercise authority over.
+ Shakespearean Tragedy Vocabulary. + Tragedy A drama that always ends in a catastrophe, most often death, for the main character (and often several other.
A few questions have been asked… How did the thief on the cross get saved without being baptized? How did the thief on the cross get saved without being.
The Crucible Literary Elements. Allegory Allegory—A narrative in which the characters and settings stand for abstract ideas or moral qualities. In addition.
What can we see in the sky?. IN THE SKY WE CAN SEE MUCH MORE!
1 5/3/2015 Introduction to Shakespeare. 2 5/3/2015 The peak of intellectual activity Emphasis on individual and choice Renewed interest in science, commerce,
Hatchet Discussion Questions and Quizzes. Chapters 1-4 Ch. 1 – Describe Brian ’ s feelings throughout the chapter and how they change. Ch. 2 – Describe.
Open-Ended Responses. 1. Background Information 2. Restate the Question 3. Answer the Question 4. Support your answer with evidence from the story 5.
For The Crucible. Aside A dramatic convention by which an actor directly addresses the audience but is not supposed to be heard by the other actors on.
Notes With In-Text Citations BY:SILVANA GIOVANNONE.
Alliteration The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words. Example: Marilyn Monroe was a model and a movie star.
Macbeth Scene 3 By: Kylah, Marco, Liam, and Denae.
Compare and Contrast.
Shakespearean Drama The Tragedy of Romeo & Juliet Ms. Murray Grade 9 ELA Quarter 4.
Dialogue: tells the story Soliloquy- a long speech expressing private thoughts, delivered by a character who is ALONE onstage Monologue- a long speech.
Literary Techniques, Elements of a Drama, and Rhetoric Background information for Romeo and Juliet.
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson Characters Melinda Sordino Heather Billings Rachel/Rachelle Bruin Mr. Neck Hairwoman Ivy David Petrakis Mr. Freeman Andy.
Macbeth Act 1 Three witches - element of the supernatural. (King James, of England, fascinated by the supernatural). Shakespeare wanted the King to like.
A Christmas Carol Novel by Charles Dickens, Play by Frederick Gaines Images and Discussion Questions English 7/7H Mrs. Gennosa.
William Shakespeare. Literary Terms Foil A character in literature who has qualities that are in sharp contrast to another character, thus emphasizing.
Comic Relief in All Souls. What is comic relief?
7 TH GRADE HONORS ENGLISH Introduction to Shakespeare.
Elements of Drama. Drama Drama is a form of literature designed to be performed in front of an audience. Drama is a form of literature designed to be.
Literary Devices!. Literary Device #1: PLOT The way the events are arranged. P Plot Lines A plot is a casual sequence of events, the "why" for the things.
A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens. The Ghost of Christmas Past The first of the spirits, the Ghost of Christmas Past, takes Scrooge to the scenes of.
Welcome to the Wonderful World of Shakespeare!!. Shakespeare’s England Lived in England during the Renaissance –Renaissance: focused on individual human.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL FINAL REVIEW by Duygu Akınal. TRUE or FALSE Each group will answer the questions one by one. If they can answer the question correctly,
Watch and Listen EE&feature=related EE&feature=related Watching film.
A Christmas Carol. Scrooge was a cold, hard man. All he cared about was money. He didn’t like people and he hated Christmas. On a Christmas Eve, his dead.
Romeo & Juliet Unit 4 - Drama. Characteristics of Drama O Written to be performed by actors O Story is told mainly through dialogue and actions of the.
What is drama? The word drama comes from the Greek word for “action.” Drama is a form of literature designed to be performed in front of an audience.
Literary Terms Source: C. Hugh Holman’s A Handbook to Literature Fourth Edition.
Drama --A literary composition involving conflict, action, crisis, and atmosphere designed to be acted by players on a stage before an audience. This definition.
Shakespearean language. Drama- a story written to be acted for an audience Tragedy- a play, novel, or other narrative that depicts serious and important.
The Epic, the Epic Hero, and the Tragic Hero. The Epic Poem The epic poem is a long, narrative poem that tells about the adventures of a hero who reflects.
Fahrenheit 451 Jeopardy. Symbols-200 points This symbol represents the “birth” and “death” of Old Montag/New Montag.
Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands.
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