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1628-1688. Add To Your Interactive Notebook. Table of Contents. 67-68 . The Pilgrim’s Progress. Words Worth Knowing. Allegory: a story in which the characters, settings, and events stand for abstract or moral concepts. ID: 487006

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John Bunyan

1628-1688

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Add To Your Interactive Notebook

Table of Contents

67-68

The Pilgrim’s Progress

Words Worth Knowing

Allegory: a story in which the characters, settings, and events stand for abstract or moral concepts

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The Pilgrim’s Progress [IN 68]

Q NotesTurn the titles and subheadings into questions in the left columnWrite the answers to the questions in the right columnUse bullets and dashes to help organize your ideas. Also, use symbols and abbreviations to help you take notes more efficiently.

Why were Puritan writers important

in the 17

th

century?

Because…

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The Pilgrim’s Progress [IN 67]

While you read, track the things, people, or behaviors that Bunyan’s dreaming narrator considers to be vain.

Types of Things

Types of People

Types of

Actions

Houses

Jugglers

Theft

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The Pilgrim’s Progress [IN 67]

After reading, explain how each item represents some aspect of vanity.

Types of Things

Types of People

Types of Actions

Houses – people build fancy houses to show off

Jugglers – people care too much about entertainment

Theft – people are greedy and will take what isn’t theirs

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Pre-Writing (15 minutes)

Biblical ReferencesCommon Speech“The Prince of Princes himself, went here, went through this Town” (369).Example 2Example 3Impact on audience?Impact on audience?Impact on audience?Example AExample BExample CImpact on audience?Impact on audience?Impact on audience?

Based on your analysis and insight about Bunyan’s audience, would Biblical language or common speech have greater impact and why?

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Timed Write (45 minutes)

Based on your analysis and insight about Bunyan’s audience, would Biblical language or common speech have greater impact and why?Introduction TAG – Title, Author, GenreThesisArgumentative body paragraphClaimData (x2)Warrants (x2)ConclusionCounterclaim and rebuttal (now with data and warrants!)Rephrase thesis/claim

For examples, see IN 61, 65!


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