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Happy Tuesday! Read the following passage and answer the corresponding questions:. List the images in the poem and label each visual, olfactory, auditory, or gustatory. Contrast the attitude toward the old woman in the two stanzas. How does it change? What images create this change in attitude?.

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happy tuesday read the following passage and answer the corresponding questions

Happy Tuesday!Read the following passage and answer the corresponding questions:

  • List the images in the poem and label each visual, olfactory, auditory, or gustatory.
  • Contrast the attitude toward the old woman in the two stanzas. How does it change? What images create this change in attitude?

There were some dirty platesand a glass of milkbeside her on a small tablenear the rank, disheveled bed—

Wrinkled and nearly blindshe lay and snoredrousing with anger in her tonesto cry for food.

-William Carlos Williams

the great awakening
The Great Awakening
  • When – 1734 – 1750
  • Where – Puritan New England
  • Main ideas – Puritans weren’t religious enough, apparently. Ministers previously read their sermons, and after they preached loud, fiery sermons.
main ideas
Main Ideas
  • Puritans were not devout enough
  • Inspired guilt and feelings of inadequacy
  • Without God’s intervention, we are all doomed to burn in the fiery pits of hell.

Jonathan Edwards began the revival and is remembered for his sermon “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”