Theme:“ Recitatif :”English. Focus Lessons 10.10-10.14. Monday: Warm-Up!: 10/19. What is the TONE or feeling of this photograph? What is the SUBJECT or who/what of this photograph? What do you think the MAIN IDEA of this photograph is?. Draw with me….
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Focus Lessons 10.10-10.14
What is the TONE or feeling of this photograph?
What is the SUBJECT or who/what of this photograph?
What do you think the MAIN IDEA of this photograph is?
This is your text. A text is whatever you are reading.
Famous for writing African-American Literature
Known for writing using epic themes
Has won the Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize for literature
Has won almost every award for book-writing possible
“Recitatif” tells the story of two young girls who share a room in an
orphanage for a few months in the 1950s. As they grow up, move to neighboring
towns, marry, and have children, the girls (now women) meet
unexpectedly several times. Near the end of the story, they take opposing
sides in a protest about busing students to distant schools to promote racial
integration. Although Toni Morrison tells us that one girl is white and the
other is black, she is not clear about which is which.
Gained fame shortly before his death in 1970
Remembered as one of the most influential musicians of his era