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Bellringer 1 Fill in the blank with a word that correctly completes the idea. “Could'st thou know, oh, sweetheart mine, how, in sorrow, I pine, To fear.

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1 Bellringer 1 Fill in the blank with a word that correctly completes the idea. “Could'st thou know, oh, sweetheart mine, how, in sorrow, I pine, To fear a prey; torn by a love that I dare not betray; Soon, I _____, thou would'st appear, and my sad spirit cheer;”

2 Bellringer 2 Fill in the blank with a word that correctly completes the idea. “Happiness divine, thy loving voice I hear; Ending every brooding doubt, dispelling every fear; Oh, what joy is mine, bliss beyond compare; I no more _____, all the world is fair;”

3 “It’s a ‘Could’st Thou?’ Thursday!” November 8, 2012 Mr. Houghteling

4 Bellringer 1 Fill in the blank with a word that correctly completes the idea. “Could'st thou know, oh, sweetheart mine, how, in sorrow, I pine, To fear a prey; torn by a love that I dare not betray; Soon, I trow, thou would'st appear, and my sad spirit cheer;”

5 Bellringer 2 Fill in the blank with a word that correctly completes the idea. “Happiness divine, thy loving voice I hear; Ending every brooding doubt, dispelling every fear; Oh, what joy is mine, bliss beyond compare; I no more repine, all the world is fair;”

6 Look up stuff you don’t know!

7 Definitions and Interpretation  trow: to believe, think, or suppose  repine: to fret or complain / to feel discontent or dejection / to long for something  Knowing the allusion as we do know, how does “Could’st Thou But Know” change or deepen our understanding of Edna and Robert’s relationship?  Please explain your answer.

8 AGENDA  “Couldst Thou But Know”  Section XV—Robert’s going where?  Homework

9 What do we have to read? Section XV—Robert’s going where? What are your questions?

10 HOMEWORK  Thursday—Section XVI, pp  Friday—Section XVII, pp  Saturday—Sections XVIII-XIX, pp  Sunday—Section XX, pp  Monday—Section XXI, pp  Tuesday—Sections XXII-XIV, pp  TOTAL = pages  Be ready and prepared for an assessment on Wednesday.

11 Review and Preview  Section XV - page 40: Why is Robert going to Mexico? How does Mrs. Pontellier learn of this and react to it? Describe their goodbye.  Section XVI: Describe the relationship between Mrs. Pontellier and Mademoiselle Reisz. How does Mrs. Pontellier feel when Robert is gone? Why does Mrs. Pontellier suddenly turn on Mme. Reisz? (p. 49)


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