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Please take your assigned seat. Cover story. If asked to choose a photo for the cover of “The Lamp at Noon”, which would you choose? Consider what aspect(s) of the story each photo would highlight . “The Lamp at Noon” . Take up observations throughout the story . The Wind .

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cover story
Cover story
  • If asked to choose a photo for the cover of “The Lamp at Noon”, which would you choose?
  • Consider what aspect(s) of the story each photo would highlight
the lamp at noon
“The Lamp at Noon”
  • Take up observations throughout the story
the wind
The Wind
  • Consider the complex nature of the wind
  • How is it reflected in this trailer?
the general specific
The General Specific

General

  • Brainstorm qualities of the wind
  • How the wind makes us feel
  • Its impact upon nature

Specific

  • Two passages that reflect the wind imagery (indicate page #)
  • For each…
    • What is a quality that describes the wind in this passage?
    • What is the opposite of this quality?
    • If the wind were a person, who would it be?
    • If it had a taste, how would you describe it?
    • If the wind were a song, what song would it sound like?

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