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 Add this to your notes:  Conceit = A literary device term used for an elaborate or strained figure of speech, usually a metaphor or simile.

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2  Add this to your notes:  Conceit = A literary device term used for an elaborate or strained figure of speech, usually a metaphor or simile.

3  Highlight:  Puritan Influence #2  Puritan Influence #4  Re-read the Poem  Know:  The main metaphor (extended metaphor) being used  The different comparisons  The significance about the first two stanzas  Main attitude throughout … does it change?  Describe the clothing being made  What does the speaker ask for?

4  Re-read the story  Know:  Purpose / audience (pg 56)  Cause of most deaths  The conversation between passengers and crew of the Mayflower  What made Samoset so amazing  Setters attitude change toward Native Americans  Highlight:  Page 60 #7  Page #1  Page 64 #13  Page 74 – Literary Analysis #1 (also on page 56)

5  Add to your notes:  Omnipotent - having unlimited power; able to do anything  Prudence - cautiousness

6  Re-read the sermon  Know:  What it is about  Why the author wrote it  What was the purpose  Authors attitude at the beginning and at the end  Main message  Authors views on congregation  Images used  Contrasting images used for God’s wrath

7  Re-read the poem  Know:  Central idea / main idea  Who is being addressed in the poem?  The emotions being expressed  How can her husband repay her?  How will her husband be rewarded?

8  Add to your notes:  Manifold - many and various  Recompense - compensation or reward given  Highlight:  Puritan Influence #1


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