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Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye Lecture 5

Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye Lecture 5

Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye Lecture 5. Lecture outline. Morrison’s Narrative Technique Structure Narrative Voice Characterisation Language and Style. Narrative perspectives in The Bluest Eye. Claudia’s first-person narration The omniscient third-person narrator

By zasha
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Narrator & Voice

Narrator & Voice

Narrator & Voice. Unit 3. Narrator & Voice. Narrator – who tells the story Controls everything we know about the characters and events Point of View – vantage point from which the author tells a story Three main types of narrators and points of view: Omniscient Point of View

By eshe
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Artistic and Literature in Spanish America Chronicle of a death foretold Lic. Patricia Nigro

Artistic and Literature in Spanish America Chronicle of a death foretold Lic. Patricia Nigro

Artistic and Literature in Spanish America Chronicle of a death foretold Lic. Patricia Nigro. Chronicle of a death foretold.

By inigo
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Characterization: Collection 2

Characterization: Collection 2

How does a writer describe and develop a character?. Characterization: Collection 2. Objectives. In this lesson we will answer: How are characters developed by a writer? What is the difference between direct and indirect characterization?

By suzuki
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The Coming-of-Age Theme in She’s Coming Undone and Girl, Interrupted

The Coming-of-Age Theme in She’s Coming Undone and Girl, Interrupted

The Coming-of-Age Theme in She’s Coming Undone and Girl, Interrupted. Use of Setting and Techniques. Coming of Age and Crisis in SCU. Coming of Age and Crisis in GI. Overcoming the Crisis in SCU. Overcoming the Crisis in SCU. Similarities in Coming-of-Age Theme.

By derick
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What Do You Need to Know About Narrator and Voice?

What Do You Need to Know About Narrator and Voice?

What Do You Need to Know About Narrator and Voice?. Feature Menu. Narrator Omniscient Narrator First-Person Narrator Third-Person-Limited Narrator Your Turn. Voice and Tone Voice Tone. Narrator.

By lilly
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Characterization: Collection 2

Characterization: Collection 2

How does a writer describe and develop a character?. Characterization: Collection 2. Objectives. In this lesson we will answer: How are characters developed by a writer? What is the difference between direct and indirect characterization?

By lael
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The Art of Fiction

The Art of Fiction

The Art of Fiction. The narrator – point of view Modes of presentation Characters and characterisation Composition and structure The short story. The narrator – point of view. A B C D. Point of view. B. D. C. A. Point of views - pros and cons.

By arlen
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Life of Pi By Yann Martel

Life of Pi By Yann Martel

Life of Pi By Yann Martel . Is Martel trying to “bamboozle” us? . Does making sense of Life of Pi seem a bit like making sense of this Escher print? . “The finite within the infinite, the infinite within the finite.”. Using Escher as way to think about Life of Pi... .

By reyna
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Narrator and Voice p.149

Narrator and Voice p.149

Narrator and Voice p.149. Omniscient First-person narrator Third-person-limited point of view Tone Voice. Narrator. Narrator. Write a summary:. “__________” by _________ describes__ ______,________,________. ___________

By noel
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Voice

Voice

Voice. Voice. T he characteristic mode of expression of a first-person narrator. It can be created by a character’s diction syntax (the way words are put into sentences) Tone (the attitude he/she has toward subjects) content (what he/she talks about). For example.

By abram
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Character Development

Character Development

Character Development. Characterization. Characterization. The way in which an author develops (reveals) a character’s personality Two primary methods: Direct Indirect. Direct Characterization. When the narrator makes direct remarks about a character’s personality

By jenis
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Chalk Talk

Chalk Talk

Chalk Talk. Marks Fall 2014 Unpacking Ellen Foster. Explaining the Unreliable Narrator. What is an unreliable narrator? a first-person narrator that for some reason has a compromised point-of-view. the reader has reason not to trust what the narrator is saying

By vesna
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Voice

Voice

Voice. P.134,148,. Points of View. -Omniscient POV—narrator is not a character in the story; omniscient means “all knowing,” and narrator is able to tell us everything about all characters -First-person narrator—is character in story who talks to us -credible—narrator can be trusted

By pegeen
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Lesson 3: Narrative and Point of View

Lesson 3: Narrative and Point of View

Lesson 3: Narrative and Point of View. The narrator tells the story, with a specific perspective informed by his or her beliefs and experiences. Narrators can be major characters or minor characters, or exist outside the story altogether.

By orsin
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By: Danielle Robinson Period 3

By: Danielle Robinson Period 3

Literary Terms Project. By: Danielle Robinson Period 3. Periodic Sentence. Definition - A periodic sentence is the opposite of a loose sentence, meaning that it is frequently a long sentence with a main point at the end and can either be persuasive or dramatic.

By aileen
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The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs. Introducing the Short Story Literary Analysis: Mood Reading Skill: Identify Type of Narrator Vocabulary in Context. INTRODUCING THE SHORT STORY. Are you SUPERSTITIOUS?. Many people say they aren’t superstitious.

By kasi
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The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs

The Monkey’s Paw Short Story by W.W. Jacobs. Introducing the Short Story Literary Analysis: Mood Reading Skill: Identify Type of Narrator Vocabulary in Context. INTRODUCING THE SHORT STORY. Are you SUPERSTITIOUS?. Many people say they aren’t superstitious.

By don
(267 views)

Point of View

Point of View

Point of View. The angle of vision from which a story is told. To uncover the type of point of view, answer these three questions: 1. Who is the narrator? 2. What part does the narrator play in the story? 3. What are the limits of the narrator’s knowledge of characters’ thoughts and feelings?.

By loman
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POINT OF VIEW

POINT OF VIEW

POINT OF VIEW. WHAT WORD DO YOU SEE?. OPTICAL ILLUSION. Do you see two old people or two young people? Do you see a third young person? Do you see a guitar? What do you see in the middle of the picture?. OPTICAL ILLUSION. Do you see a young woman in the picture or an old woman?

By sumana
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