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Introduction and background information. Learning Targets * Students will learn background about the setting of a novel. * Students will learn and apply several archetypes to known information. Bless Me, Ultima By Rudolfo Anaya.

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Bless me ultima by rudolfo anaya

Introduction and background information

Learning Targets

* Students will learn background about the setting of a novel.* Students will learn and apply several archetypes to known information.

Bless Me, Ultima By Rudolfo Anaya


New Mexico was originally inhabited by the Navajo, Pueblo, and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

languages are Spanish and English.


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Short Video and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

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A rchetypes
A and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The officialrchetypes

Universal symbols, motifs or themes that may be found among many different cultures.

Archetypes are everywhere!


Water
Water and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official:

  • Birth-death-resurrection; creation; purification and redemption; fertility and growth.

  • Sea/ocean: the mother of all life; spiritual mystery; death and/or rebirth; timelessness and eternity.

  • Rivers: death and rebirth (baptism); the flowing of time into eternity; transitional phases of the life cycle.


Rocks
Rocks and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

  • Can symbolize strength and power. It can also show stability, hardness and endurance.


Sun and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

  • Creative energy; thinking, enlightenment, wisdom, spiritual vision.(fire and sky are closely related)

  • Rising sun: birth, creation, enlightenment.

  • Setting sun: death


Colors
Colors and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

  • Red: blood, sacrifice, passion; disorder.

  • Green: growth, hope, fertility.

  • Blue: highly positive; secure; tranquil; spiritual purity.

  • Black: darkness, chaos, mystery, the unknown, death, wisdom, evil, melancholy.

  • White: light, purity, innocence, timelessness; [negative: death, terror, supernatural]

  • Yellow: enlightenment, wisdom.


Numbers
Numbers and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official:

  • 3 - light, spiritual awareness, unity (the Holy Trinity); male principle.

  • 4 - associated with the circle, life cycle, four seasons; female principle, earth, nature, elements.

  • 7 - the most potent of all symbolic numbers signifying the union of three and four, the completion of a cycle, perfect order, perfect number; religious symbol.


Wise old man or woman
Wise old Man(or woman) and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official:

  • Savior, redeemer, guru, representing knowledge, reflection, insight, wisdom, intuition, and morality.


Garden
Garden and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

  • Paradise, innocence, unspoiled beauty.


Tree and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

  • Denotes life of the cosmos; growth; proliferation; symbol of immortality


Desert
Desert and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

  • Spiritual aridity; death; hopelessness.


Seasons
Seasons and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

  • Spring - rebirth; genre/comedy.

  • Summer - life; genre/romance.

  • Fall - death/dying; genre/tragedy.

  • Winter - without life/death; genre/irony.


The great fish
The great fish and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The official

  • Divine creation/life.


Research topics look up your assigned topic we will share these out on wednesday
Research topics- and Apache tribes. It was next settled by Spaniards and Mexicans who migrated from Mexico. New Mexico was ceded to the United States in 1848. It is the 47th state, admitted in 1912. The officialLook up your assigned topic. We will share these out on Wednesday.

  • Rudolfo Anaya

  • Curandera

  • La Virgen de Guadalupe

  • Bruja/Brujo

  • Magical Realism

  • Bildungsroman

  • Chicano Movement


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