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Warm-up. Suppose you were given the chance to be very young again and to start your teenage years over. Would you relive your life differently, or do you think you would make the same mistakes? Jot down your thoughts on what people would do if they were given a second chance.

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warm up
Warm-up
  • Suppose you were given the chance to be very young again and to start your teenage years over. Would you relive your life differently, or do you think you would make the same mistakes? Jot down your thoughts on what people would do if they were given a second chance.
nathaniel hawthorne
Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • 1804-1864
  • Recognized writer by midlife.
  • Guilty Puritan conscience.
    • Ancestor was judge (Judge Hathorne) in Salem witch trials.
    • Nathaniel was born in Salem.
  • His dark insights cast gloom into his own.
  • Shut himself away for twelve years.
  • Topics: sin, redemption, guilt, aging and death
allegory
Allegory
  • Two levels of meaning: literal and allegorical.

Allegorical

  • A literary work in which characters, settings, and events stand for abstract ideas or mral qualities.
  • Characters are one-dimensional.
    • What they represent is clear.
  • Represent one particular aspect of human nature.
    • Stand for broader concepts (ex: Hope, Wordly, Wiseman, Little Faith)
  • Moral is taught.
  • Usually clear to figure out.
    • Writer WANTS you to know it!