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Genres and literature

Genres and literature

Genres and literature. When you speak about genre and literature, genre means a category, or the type of writing style or format. Mrs. Kovacs. Fiction A made up story Can tell about things that could happen Is read for fun Characters may be like real people or imaginary. Non-Fiction

By Rita
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Deus Caritas Est Love of God Love of Neighbor

Deus Caritas Est Love of God Love of Neighbor

Deus Caritas Est Love of God Love of Neighbor. Having reflected on the nature of love and its meaning in biblical faith, we are left with two questions concerning our own attitude: Can we love God without seeing him? And can love be commanded? .

By morna
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Beowulf

Beowulf

Beowulf. Introductory Research. Introducing the Epic. Beowulf is. the first great work of English national literature. the epic story of the hero Beowulf, who fights the demonic monster Grendel. Introducing the Epic. People. Beowulf: nephew of Higlac, king of the Geats.

By aleron
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The Prince

The Prince

The Prince. Rules to Govern By. Background. 1513 – written Published: 1532 Context: political upheaval in Florence A stable state is a perfect state A prince must do anything possible to create a stable state, BUT he must not be hated! Fear is okay

By makaio
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Mythological Terms

Mythological Terms

Mythological Terms. These terms are important to know in order to succeed in class. Mythology. = A body of traditional tales of a particular people A. Originally told orally, but later passed on in written form B. Extends from prehistoric times to today-- timeless

By arlene
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The Prince

The Prince

The Prince. Rules to Govern By. Background. Published: 1532 Context: political upheaval in Florence A stable state is a perfect state A prince must do anything possible to create a stable state, BUT he must not be hated! Fear is okay

By asha
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Mythological Terms

Mythological Terms

Mythological Terms. These terms are important to know in order to succeed in class. Mythology. A body of traditional tales of a particular people A. Originally told orally, but later passed on in written form B. Extends from prehistoric times to today-- timeless

By JasminFlorian
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Review

Review

Review. Don’t study the Bible. without what?. PRAYER. Acts 1:8. “But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem , and in all Judea and Samaria , and to the end of the earth .”. At the center of the sermons in

By marisela
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History of the Ancient and Medieval World The Glory That was Greece Part 2: Cultural Achievements

History of the Ancient and Medieval World The Glory That was Greece Part 2: Cultural Achievements

History of the Ancient and Medieval World The Glory That was Greece Part 2: Cultural Achievements. Walsingham Academy Mrs. McArthur Room 111. Architecture : P ublic and Communal. growing number of public buildings

By latham
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History of the Ancient and Medieval World The Glory That was Greece Part 2: Cultural Achievements

History of the Ancient and Medieval World The Glory That was Greece Part 2: Cultural Achievements

History of the Ancient and Medieval World The Glory That was Greece Part 2: Cultural Achievements. Walsingham Academy Mrs. McArthur Room 111. Architecture : P ublic and Communal. growing number of public buildings

By archie
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Welcome to Worship Oak Grove Mennonite Church Sunday, February 17, 2013

Welcome to Worship Oak Grove Mennonite Church Sunday, February 17, 2013

Welcome to Worship Oak Grove Mennonite Church Sunday, February 17, 2013. Oak Grove 2013: YEAR OF THE STORY. Welcome to Worship Worship Leader : Mike Baker Song Leader: Marg Baker Speaker: Doug Zehr Please silence your cell phone! T H A N K Y O U !. Welcome to Worship

By perdy
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Kleos Throughout the Odyssey

Kleos Throughout the Odyssey

Kleos Throughout the Odyssey. (Greek: κλέος) is the Greek word often translated to "renown", or "glory". It is related to the word "to hear" and carries the implied meaning of "what others hear about you". A Greek hero earns kleos through accomplishing great deeds, often through battle.

By asher
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An Epic Hero

An Epic Hero

An Epic Hero. Beowulf is ancient England’s hero, but he is also an archetype , or perfect example of an epic hero .

By danno
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THE ODYSSEY: An Overview

THE ODYSSEY: An Overview

THE ODYSSEY: An Overview. What is a myth?. A story usually concerning some superhuman being or unlikely event that was once widely believed to be true. . What is an EPIC poem?.

By svea
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Beowulf goodness always conquers wickedness

Beowulf goodness always conquers wickedness

Beowulf goodness always conquers wickedness. Review Guide. Some terms to review…. Alliteration- Repetition of consonant sounds t the beginning of words. “My b oss wants to b uy my b aby!” ~ Rachel from Friends

By quinta
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Courtly Love

Courtly Love

Courtly Love. Comparison Essay. Compare and contrast courtly love with love in today’s society Your essay should include an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. You should use transition words. You should have a thesis. You should write four to five paragraphs.

By oistin
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CST Boot Camp

CST Boot Camp

858 will make us great!!!. CST Boot Camp. Brought to you by Ms. Tran  GET READY TO BE EDUCATED!!!!. 1. ALLEGORY. SYMBOLIC STORY (characters/events/actions STAND for something) ALLEGORY RHYMES WITH STORY!!!

By clark
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What is a Hero?

What is a Hero?

What is a Hero?. A person admired for bravery, great deeds, or noble qualities. OR A person admired for contributions to a particular field. What is a Role Model?. A person whose patterns of behavior influence another’s attitudes and actions. Assignment.

By sirvat
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Spiritual Motherhood and Fatherhood

Spiritual Motherhood and Fatherhood

Spiritual Motherhood and Fatherhood.

By stacie
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Aim: Why is Gilgamesh one of the most famous Sumerian priest-kings?

Aim: Why is Gilgamesh one of the most famous Sumerian priest-kings?

Aim: Why is Gilgamesh one of the most famous Sumerian priest-kings?. October 4, 2013. I. Gilgamesh . A. Priest-king from Erich (Sumerian city-state) B. He was looked at as a superhero – half god, half human. C. 1700 B.C.: An epic poem called the Epic of Gilgamesh was written

By gagan
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