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Death is not any easy thing for anyone to handle. Imagine your best friend, a close friend, or family member suddenly passes away. You two went from being inseparable to being torn apart by death. Describe how that would make you feel and how you would try to take steps to “move on.”.

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Death is not any easy thing for anyone to handle. Imagine your best friend, a close friend, or family member suddenly passes away. You two went from being inseparable to being torn apart by death. Describe how that would make you feel and how you would try to take steps to “move on.”

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Victorian Big Six

1833-1901

Alfred Lord Tennyson

Robert Browning

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Matthew Arnold

Thomas Hardy

A.E. Housman

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T B B A H H

Ten Brown Bears Are Hardly House-trained

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Compare and Contrast

Source: http://teachers.ewrsd.k12.nj.us/savedoff/humanities_9/victorian/characteristics_of_victorian_era.htm

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Important Literary Forms

  • Dramatic Monologue- Character speaking to a silent listener revealing more about themselves than he or she realizes.
  • Novel- The dramatic monologue becomes characterized.
  • Melancholy- Empires crumble; individuals are vulnerable; death awaits us
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Seems like yesterday we used to rock the showI laced the track, you locked the flowSo far from hangin on the block for doughNotorious, they got to know thatLife ain't always what it seem to be (uh-uh)Words can't express what you mean to meEven though you're gone, we still a teamThrough your family, I'll fulfill your dream (that's right)In the future, can't wait to seeIf you open up the gates for meReminisce some time, the night they took my friend (uh-huh)Try to black it out, but it plays againWhen it's real, feelings hard to concealCan't imagine all the pain I feelGive anything to hear half your breath (half your breath)I know you still living your life, after death Every step I take, every move I makeEvery single day, every time I prayI'll be missing youThinkin of the day, when you went awayWhat a life to take, what a bond to breakI'll be missing you

  • I miss you Big
  • It's kinda hard with you not around (yeah)Know you in heaven smilin down (eheh)Watchin us while we pray for youEvery day we pray for youTil the day we meet againIn my heart is where I'll keep you friendMemories give me the strength I need (uh-huh) to proceedStrength I need to believe
  • My thoughts Big I just can't define (can't define)Wish I could turn back the hands of timeUs in the 6, shop for new clothes and kicksYou and me taking flicks
  • Makin hits, stages they receive you onI still can't believe you're gone (can't believe you're gone)Give anything to hear half your breath (half your breath)I know you still living you're life, after death
  • Somebody tell me whyOn that morningWhen this life is overI knowI'll see your faceEvery night I pray, every step I takeEvery move I make, every single dayEvery night I pray, every step I takeEvery day that passesEvery move I make, every single dayIs a day that I get closerTo seeing you againEvery night I pray, every step I takeWe miss you Big... and we won't stopEvery move I make, every single dayCause we can't stop... that's rightEvery night I pray, every step I takeEvery move I make, every single day
  • We miss you Big
  • “I’ll Be Missing You”
  • Puff Daddy feat. Faith Evans and 112
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Best Friends

Lord Alfred Tennyson and Arthur Henry Hallam

from “In Memoriam, A.H.H.”

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“It is better to have loved and lost, then to never have loved at all.”

~Alfred Lord Tennyson

In Memoriam, A.H.H.

What does this quote mean to you? Do you agree

or disagree with this statement?