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  1. Journal 40 Final Exam Vocabulary Review

  2. simile – a figure of speech likening one thing to another by using the words “like” or “as” skip a few lines… 2) metaphor- a figure of speech likening one thing to another (w/o “like” or “as”) skip a few lines…

  3. Logos – a rhetorical appeal which uses logic skip a few lines… • Ethos – A rhetorical appeal to an audience based on the speaker/writer's credibility (how ethical [believable] is he/she) skip a few lines… • Pathos – A rhetorical appeal that is directed to your emotions skip a few lines…

  4. 6) Repetition - repeating words/phrases for emphasis (self-explanatory… I hope ) skip a few lines… • Parallel structure - When similar sentence structure is used for emphasis throughout a section of writing/speaking

  5. Examples

  6. simile – a figure of speech likening one thing to another by using the words “like” or “as” Love is like a rose. 2) metaphor- a figure of speech likening one thing to another (w/o “like” or “as”) Love is a rose.

  7. Logos – a rhetorical appeal which uses logic When Polonius says that Hamlet’s vows are “Springes (i.e. traps) to catch woodcocks” (1.3.115). He knows (logically) that guys will say anything to get a girl to do what he wants.

  8. Ethos – A rhetorical appeal to an audience based on the speaker/writer's credibility (how ethical [believable] is he/she) Claudius’ first speech to the Danes!!! He talks like a KING!!! Thus, the people love/believe him!

  9. Pathos – A rhetorical appeal that is directed to your emotions Hamlet in his first soliloquy – “Two months dead – nay, not so much, not two!” EMOTIONAL in EVERY soliloquy!!!

  10. 6) Repetition - repeating words/phrases for emphasis (self-explanatory… I hope ) Hamlet - “ Oh that this too, too sullied flesh would melt!” “Words… words… words…” “Except my life… except my life… except my life…”

  11. 7) Parallel structure - When similar sentence structure is used for emphasis throughout a section of writing/speaking Polonius when he states: [Hamlet] Fell into a sadness, then into a fast, Thence to a watch, thence into a weakness, Thence to a lightness, and by this declension, Into the madness wherein now he raves And all we mourn for.

  12. Leisurely Read Act 3, Scene 3 After you complete the scene, draw a picture of the scene between Claudius and Hamlet (on your questions from Wednesday)

  13. Act 3, Scene 4

  14. Players • Polonius • Gertrude • Hamlet • Ghost

  15. 3.4 • What has Hamlet done? • What does Hamlet accuse his mother of?

  16. 3.4 • Give a summary of what Hamlet says to his mother. Why does he believe she has married Claudius?

  17. 3.4 • Why does the Ghost come? What passes between Hamlet and Gertrude?

  18. 3.4 • What does Hamlet ask of his mother? • What is Hamlet’s course of action?