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AP LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION. March 10, 2009 “It’s a treatise Tuesday” Mr. Houghteling. Agenda:. Thomas Carlyle Bellringer The Victorian Era: to better explore Jane Eyre , we need to understand a bit about the Victorian Era. To do this, we’ll complete the following:

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ap literature and composition

AP LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION

March 10, 2009

“It’s a treatise Tuesday”

Mr. Houghteling

agenda
Agenda:
  • Thomas Carlyle Bellringer
  • The Victorian Era: to better explore Jane Eyre, we need to understand a bit about the Victorian Era. To do this, we’ll complete the following:

-Victorian art viewing and discussion.

-Non-fiction reading selection (Thomas Carlyle’s Past and Present).

thomas carlyle bellringer 3 10 09
Thomas Carlyle Bellringer 3.10.09

In three sentences or fewer, summarize Carlyle’s argument.

viewing activity
Viewing Activity:
  • Each of the following paintings was selected because it represents a characteristic of the Victorian Era.
  • For each painting, record your initial observations just as though you were performing textual analysis: What is the dramatic situation of the painting? The setting? The tone? The subject?
thomas carlyle s past and present
Thomas Carlyle’s Past and Present:
  • Non-fiction
  • One of Victorian Era’s most prolific treatises.
  • As you read, you should mark the text. Be prepared for tomorrow’s discussion on Carlyle’s argument and on the Victorian Era as a whole.