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Literary Terms

Literary Terms

Literary Terms. We will be using these literary terms throughout the school year. There WILL be literary terms used on your FINAL EXAMS in May!! You need to keep up with your notes. Don’t lose your terms! You might be able to use them – be RESPONSIBLE!!. We will use the following terms:.

By yardan
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Inspection

Inspection

Inspection . Wilfred Owen. Context . Written in August/September 1917 at Craiglockhart Later listed it under "inhumanity in War” The diction is largely colloquial, the tone matter-of-fact and tinged with bitterness Sassoon's influence is strong. Themes. Sacrifice

By gomer
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Amos Fortune

Amos Fortune

By: Toure B. Amos Fortune. Theme. In the book hard work was needed or Amos wouldn‘t be able to be free and give freedom to others Patient was needed because Amos had to keep working and wait till he can have freedom and eventually give freedom to Lily, Lydia and Celyndia.

By ada
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Blood on the river project

Blood on the river project

By: Markis A, Jack W, Ryan Z. Blood on the river project. Theme/themes. Minor characters. Major characters. plotline.

By amena
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