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Edgar Allan Poe. Symbols. Motifs. Symbol - Some thing that represents something else What does the symbol in the first slide represent ?. Motif - A pattern or anything that is repeated to convey an idea What is the motif representing in the first slide?. What does this image symbolize?.

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Edgar allan poe
Edgar Allan Poe

Symbols

Motifs


Edgar allan poe

  • Symbol- Some thing that represents something else

  • What does the symbol in the first slide represent?

  • Motif- A pattern or anything that is repeated to convey an idea

  • What is the motif representing in the first slide?



Symbols represent many things
Symbols represent many things

  • Negative side

  • Debt

  • Materialism

  • Overuse

  • Poverty

  • Bills

  • Theft

  • Positive side

  • Prosperity

  • Freedom

  • Independence

  • Vacations & Leisure

  • Status

  • Material Goods



Edgar allan poe

  • Positive

  • Family

  • Unity

  • Love

  • Bond

  • Happiness

  • Support

  • Parenting

  • Negative

  • Loss

  • Divorce

  • Sadness

  • Letting go

  • Fear

  • Lack of Independence


What are symbols in literature
What are symbols in Literature ?

  • What does this image represent in the Crucible?

  • What does this image represent in the Crucible?


What is a motif
What is a motif?

A pattern repeated for a purpose

Motifs exist in many forms:

Clothing

Graphic design

Architecture

Music

Literature



What is a motif2
What is a motif?

Graphic design


What is a motif3
What is a motif?

Architecture


What is a motif4
What is a motif?

Music

I can't get no satisfaction I can't get no satisfaction 'Cause I try and I try and I try and I try I can't get no, I can't get no When I'm watchin' my T.V. And that man comes on to tell me How white my shirts can be But he can't be a man 'cause he doesn't smoke The same cigarettes as me I can't get no, oh no, no, no Hey heyhey, that's what I say I can't get no satisfaction I can't get no girl reaction 'Cause I try and I try and I try and I try I can't get no, I can't get no When I'm ridin' round the world And I'm doin' this and I'm signing that And I'm tryin' to make some girl Who tells me baby better come back later next week 'Cause you see I'm on a losing streak I can't get no, oh no, no, no Hey heyhey, that's what I say


What is a motif5
What is a motif?

Literature

Symbol

Image

Type of character

Situation


What is a motif6
What is a motif?

What is a repeated symbol in The Crucible?

“You will give me your honest confession in my hand, or I cannot keep you from the rope” (Danforth, Act IV, page 144)


What is a motif7
What is a motif?

What is a repeated symbol in The Crucible?

“The Devil’s loose in Salem, Mr. Proctor; we must discover where he’s hiding!” (Mary Warren, Act II, page 59)


What is a motif8
What is a motif?

What is a repeated image in The Crucible?

“Witchery’s a hangin’ error” (Mary Warren, I, page 18)


What is a motif9
What is a motif?

What is a repeated type of character in The Crucible?

“…And it is my face, and yours, Danforth!” (Proctor, Act III, page 120)


What is a motif10
What is a motif?

What is a repeated type of situation in The Crucible?

“Is your husband a lecher?”

“No, sir.” (Danforth and Elizabeth, Act III, page 113)