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Annotated Text Exercise Sheltered English I. Reading Skill (p.318) Historical/Cultural Context Remote from all companions, savage Pain given by great.

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1 Annotated Text Exercise Sheltered English I

2 Reading Skill (p.318) Historical/Cultural Context Remote from all companions, savage Pain given by great Zeus Odysseus sacrifices for Zeus; he refuses with disdain Sheltered English I Background Description of the cyclops Other cyclopes believe Polyphemus is punished by gods Gives offering for wounding his monster; a pay-off; an apology Analysis Greeks valued friendship and closeness with neighbors Greeks believed that the gods could be angry and punish those on Earth Greeks believed the gods could refuse gifts or offerings from men

3 Note-taking Guide (p.319) Plot EventsChronological events narrated. Event 1Curiosity overcomes Odysseus and he and twelve of his men seek out the cave of the Cyclops. Event 2The cyclops discovers the intruders and asks about their ship. Thinking them trapped, Polyphemus devours two. Event 3Sealed in the cave, Odysseus devises a plan for revenge and escape. That night they blind Polyphemus with a spike. Event 4Odysseus and his men escape the clutches of Polyphemus by riding out on the bellies of sheep; Odysseus rides the prize ram. Event 5They urge the sheep onto the ship, begin to row, and Odysseus shows flaw, hubris (excessive pride), and yells back bragging. Final Outcome Odysseus and his men leave the land of the Cyclopes. Sheltered English I

4 Annotated Text means… You write in (annotate) your own comments, labels, questions, pictures, etc. in the margins of your text. How to annotate this text: 1. Figure out which parts are summary and which parts are the actual epic poem. Color code, if needed. Note the breaks (diamonds). Epic poem parts have line numbers to the left. 2. Read the text, summary and epic poem parts, page by page. 3. Pay attention to the footnotes. 4. Answer the margin questions and follow the instructions. 5. Finally, label each double-underlined passage accordingly (literary device or figurative language, specific type) Sheltered English I

5 Whats the difference? Literary device Figurative Language Foreshadowing – hints or clues that lead to the outcome Suspense – high emotion that creates anxiety about the ending Situational Irony – when what a character expects to happen, does not; the opposite does Dramatic Irony – when the reader knows something that a character does not Verbal Irony – when a character says something and means another Epithet – a nickname or phrase representative of a character, place, or thing Simile – a comparison of two things using like, as, or than Metaphor – a comparison of two things saying one thing is another Epic simile – an extended comparison of two things using like, as, than, just so, just as; uses cultural cues Personification – giving human qualities to something nonhuman Symbolism – words with a greater meaning Imagery – words that appeal to the five senses Sheltered English I

6 A. but he seemed rather a shaggy mountain (l. 132) What type of figurative language? Simile Metaphor Epic Simile Personification Symbolism Imagery Sheltered English I

7 B. Yet I refused. I wished to see the cave man, what he had to offer – no pretty sight, it turned out, for my friends. (l.171) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

8 C. we all scattered fast to the far wall. (l.180) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

9 D. and caught two in his hands like squirming puppies (l. 234) What type of figurative language? Simile Metaphor Epic Simile Personification Symbolism Imagery Sheltered English I

10 E. spattering the floor. (l.235) What type of figurative language? Simile Metaphor Epic Simile Personification Symbolism Imagery Sheltered English I

11 F. gaping and crunching like a mountain lion (l. 237) What type of figurative language? Simile Metaphor Epic Simile Personification Symbolism Imagery Sheltered English I

12 G. He tells the giant that his name is Nohbdy.(summary) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

13 H. blood ran out around the red-hot bar. Eyelid and lash were seared; the pierced ball hissed broiling, and the roots popped. (l. 338) What type of figurative language? Simile Metaphor Epic Simile Personification Symbolism Imagery Sheltered English I

14 I. Nohbdy, Nohbdys tricked me. Nohbdys ruined me! (l. 358) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

15 J. Ah, well, if nobody has played you foul… we are no use in pain. (l. 360) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

16 K. like a charm (l.365) What type of figurative language? Simile Metaphor Epic Simile Personification Symbolism Imagery Sheltered English I

17 L. Odysseus clings to the belly of the ram with the most wool. (summary) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I What type of figurative language? Simile Metaphor Epic Simile Personification Symbolism Imagery

18 M. They fear that the blind giant will figure out their sea position from his voice. (summary) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

19 N. raider of cities (l. 459) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

20 O. Laertes son (l. 460) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

21 P. He asks that Odysseus never be allowed to reach home. (summary) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

22 Q. Cronus son (l.511) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I

23 R. destruction for my ships he had in store and death for those who sailed them. (l. 513) What type of literary device? Foreshadowing Suspense Situational Irony Dramatic Irony Verbal Irony Epithet Sheltered English I


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