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Literary Genres Literary Genres
Literary Genres Literary Genres - presentation

alida-mead

Literary: anything having to do with written works (books, poems, stories…). Literary Genres. Literary: anything having to do with written works (books, poems, stories…). Genres: this is where books are sorted and divided by different topics, areas, departments, subjects or .

Literary 3x3
Literary 3x3 - presentation

karlyn-boh

The Literary 3x3 is a simple and ultra brief writing activity to prompt students to think outside the plot. The task: students summarize the novel/story they have read without using specific names or events.

Literary Terminology for
Literary Terminology for - presentation

stefany-ba

The Catcher in the Rye . Character terminology. Foil: a character, who by contrast with the main character, serves to accentuate that character’s distinctive qualities or characteristics.. Flat: characters that are not developed; are easily recognizable by their lack of complexity; and are usually created to emphasize a single important trait..

Literary Terminology for
Literary Terminology for -

classyshad

The Catcher in the Rye . Character terminology. Foil: a character, who by contrast with the main character, serves to accentuate that character’s distinctive qualities or characteristics.. Flat: characters that are not developed; are easily recognizable by their lack of complexity; and are usually created to emphasize a single important trait..

Literary 3x3
Literary 3x3 - presentation

tatiana-do

The Literary 3x3 is a simple and ultra brief writing activity to prompt . t. hinking outside . the plot. The task: . summarize . the novel/story they have read without using specific names or events.

Literary Theories and Snow White
Literary Theories and Snow White - presentation

pasty-tole

Feminist Criticism. Exploring women’s redefinition of their identity in writing.. - Snow White’s life with the dwarves as important to her education as a submissive female who learns lessons of service, selflessness, and domesticity..

Literary Theories and Snow White
Literary Theories and Snow White - presentation

luanne-sto

Feminist Criticism. Exploring women’s redefinition of their identity in writing.. - Snow White’s life with the dwarves as important to her education as a submissive female who learns lessons of service, selflessness, and domesticity..

Literary Theories and Snow White
Literary Theories and Snow White - presentation

pamella-mo

Feminist Criticism. Exploring women’s redefinition of their identity in writing.. - Snow White’s life with the dwarves as important to her education as a submissive female who learns lessons of service, selflessness, and domesticity..

ENG1DB Examining Literary Devices:
ENG1DB Examining Literary Devices: - presentation

alida-mead

Definitions and Examples. Hooray for learning!. Literary Device . Definition. Simile:. A. figure of speech that directly compares two unlike things, by employing the words "like" or "as“ within the comparison..

Literary Theories and Snow White
Literary Theories and Snow White - presentation

stefany-ba

Feminist Criticism. Exploring women’s redefinition of their identity in writing.. - Snow White’s life with the dwarves as important to her education as a submissive female who learns lessons of service, selflessness, and domesticity..

Literary terms English I
Literary terms English I -

bikershobb

Figurative language. language that represents one thing in terms of something dissimilar (non-literal language).  . Includes simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, symbol). conflict. struggle between two or more opposing forces (person vs.  person; nature; society; self; fate/God)  .

Literary Theory
Literary Theory - presentation

cheryl-pis

Dr. Maier. Aristotle: . Poetics. First significant work of literary criticism . Authored in 335 B.C. . Pity and Fear (Eleos and Phobos) . Catharsis. Mimesis. A Multiplicity of Approaches. Literary critics are almost never unified in their interpretation of a novel or any literary work. Why do you suppose this is the case? What factors make it virtually impossible for critics to come to a consensus regarding the meaning of a literary work? .

Literary Analysis &
Literary Analysis & - presentation

trish-goza

Close Reading Assignment. Climax. most exciting/suspenseful moment. Resolution. problems are . resolved. Complications/Rising Actions. new problems arise. Basic Situation/Exposition. conflict. . is introduced.

Literary Terms  Red Badge of Courage
Literary Terms Red Badge of Courage - presentation

ellena-man

Figurative Language . Describing something by comparing it with something else. Any language that goes beyond the literal meaning of words in order to furnish new effects or fresh insights into an idea or a subject..

Literary Devices (elements and Techniques)
Literary Devices (elements and Techniques) - presentation

jane-oiler

of fiction. Review: Literary Devices of Fiction. ELEMENTS. Setting. Mood. Plot. Flashback. Foreshadowing. TECHNIQUES. Allusion. Figurative Language. Simile. Metaphor. Imagery. Alliteration. Personification.

Literary Terms Review
Literary Terms Review - presentation

stefany-ba

2014-2015. Alliteration. stylistic device in which a number of words, having the same first consonant sound, occur close together in a . series. “From forth the fatal loins of these two foes. ; A .

Literary Eras
Literary Eras - presentation

test

Middle English 1066-1500. transitional period between Anglo-Saxon and modern . English. cultural . upheaval that followed the Norman Conquest of England, in . 1066. secular literature:. ballads,. chivalric romance.

Through the Literary Looking Glass: Critical Theory in Prac
Through the Literary Looking Glass: Critical Theory in Prac - presentation

karlyn-boh

1301. New Historicism. A text can be better understood if one takes the time to investigate the background of its setting, or the life and time of the author. . New historicist readers use literature as a tool to interrogate society- more specifically, the society in which it was written. .

Literary Elements- through Disney
Literary Elements- through Disney - presentation

phoebe-cli

Point of View. Definition: The . perspective from which the story is told. . Narrators of stories can take on three points of view: . 1. st. person= . “I/we”. 2. nd. person= . “you”. 3. rd.

Literary
Literary - presentation

ellena-man

& . creative. . interpretation. . a new . facet. in . Interpreting. . Studies. ?. A presentation by Marc Orlando (. Monash. University. ). AALITRA. , . Melbourne, 10 . March 2015. The Andrei .

Literary Terms  Bootcamp
Literary Terms Bootcamp - presentation

natalia-si

: . TKAM. and Beyond. Please copy the following notes into the Class Notes section of your notebook.. Simile. A . figure of speech that says that one thing is like another different thing. We can use similes to make descriptions more emphatic or vivid..

Literary Analysis Essay
Literary Analysis Essay - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Norton Field Guide . . “Literary analyses are essays in which we examine literary texts closely to understand their messages, interpret their meanings, and appreciate their writers’ techniques” (81)..

Literary Criticism Wuthering Heights
Literary Criticism Wuthering Heights -

eatsyouc

Psychoanalytic Criticism . Psychoanalytic.  criticism adopts the methods of "reading" employed by Freud and later theorists to interpret texts. It argues that literary texts, like dreams, express the secret unconscious desires and anxieties of the author, that a literary work is a manifestation of the author's own neuroses. One may psychoanalyze a particular character within a literary work, but it is usually assumed that all such characters are projections of the author's psyche..

Literary Analysis This is
Literary Analysis This is - presentation

debby-jeon

a . literary analysis essay . which will analyze the author’s development of theme in a story.. The introduction must introduce . the . author (. William Golding. ). the title of the . story (. Lord of the Flies.

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