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Major Periods of English & American Literature

Major Periods of English & American Literature

Major Periods of English & American Literature. An Overview. What is meant by “period”?. A period is a dominant mode, style, or type of literature within a specific historical context. A period is usually indicative of the controlling philosophical perspective of the time.

By jacob
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Short Stories

Short Stories

Short Stories. M. Jones - English. There will be a test at the end of this unit . What is a Short Story?. Semi-official definition: A work of fiction that can be read in one sitting . Have we read any short stories thus far?. Duffy’s Jacket 3 Skeleton Key

By dulcinea
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Nationalism, Sectionalism, Expansion, Age of Jackson, Reform Movements

Nationalism, Sectionalism, Expansion, Age of Jackson, Reform Movements

Nationalism, Sectionalism, Expansion, Age of Jackson, Reform Movements. Sectionalism. A. ________________ Differences 1. _________________ Economy a. __________________ i . beginning of manufacturing ii. textile mills b. ________________ – Second BUS

By dunne
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Mysterious Short Stories

Mysterious Short Stories

Mysterious Short Stories. The following Six tales are mysterious. They are each short stories. They each explore some element of suspense or the unexplained. They can help you investigate the elements of short stories such as conflict and characterization. Check out the following Titles.

By conlan
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“Lamb to the Slaughter”

“Lamb to the Slaughter”

“Lamb to the Slaughter”. Look at these “headlines”. Heinz president reveals he is allergic to tomatoes. X-Games star seriously injured while riding scooter. Bill Gates’ personal computer hacked by teenager. What do these all have in common?. IRONY!!!.

By berg
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Spooky tales from the past

Spooky tales from the past

Witches. Death. Spooky tales from the past. Ghosts. zombies. mystery. Vampires. An introduction to The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. Goblins. legends. suspense. Write down everything you think you know about this photo. . KWL chart-

By danae
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Is it correct to call “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” (which you’ve just read) a legend?

Is it correct to call “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” (which you’ve just read) a legend?

Turn to the Literary Terms section of your English I binder to record the following term and its definition:.

By dinh
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Rip Van Winkle

Rip Van Winkle

Rip Van Winkle. by Washington Irving. Washington Irving (1783 – 1859). Many in Europe thought America would never develop a literary voice of its own Then came Washington Irving

By obert
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Romantic Works

Romantic Works

Romantic Works. Washington Irving Henry Wadsworth Longfellow William Cullen Bryant. Washington Irving. First American writer to achieve an international reputation.

By pembroke
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Gothic Literature

Gothic Literature

Gothic Literature. Today’s Objectives. Identify and explain the major characteristics of Gothic Literature. Synthesize knowledge of previous literary eras with new information about Gothic Literature. . Historical Context.

By dunne
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The Gothic

The Gothic

The Gothic. A genre of spooky stories. The Gothic Movement. A reaction to Enlightenment rationalism, which was concerned with classical principles and scientific progress.

By lynley
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American Culture Early 1800s

American Culture Early 1800s

American Culture Early 1800s. Washington Irving. He combined European influences to American settings and characters. His work served as a bridge between European literary traditions and authentic American characters and society. Washington Irving’s Literature. Rip Van Winkle.

By verdi
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WASHINGTON IRVING

WASHINGTON IRVING

WASHINGTON IRVING. Author Lesson. FUN FACTS. Born: New York City on April 3, 1783 (0ne of the first native Americans) This year marked the end of the struggle for liberty and the beginning of peace. Mother said: "Washington's work is ended and the child shall be named after him.".

By altessa
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How is the movie different ?

How is the movie different ?

Use the Venn Diagram to compare and contrast the movie and audio (reading) of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” Draw this diagram in your journal. How was reading the story different? (For example, what were some things that happened in the story that weren’t in the movie?).

By don
(348 views)

Delivers More This Fall

Delivers More This Fall

Delivers More This Fall. December 2013. has Momentum!. Global is growing its audiences Fall over Fall in the core prime time hours of Mo-Su 8-11pm while CTV, City and CTV Two have all experienced declines. Prime Time Audience Growth – Fall over Fall Index M-Su 8p-11p, Sep9-Oct27/13

By macy
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“Lamb to the Slaughter”

“Lamb to the Slaughter”

“Lamb to the Slaughter”. Look at these “headlines”. Heinz president reveals he is allergic to tomatoes. X-Games star seriously injured while riding scooter. Bill Gates’ personal computer hacked by teenager. What do these all have in common?. IRONY!!!.

By mirra
(154 views)

Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Leaving Am/ E rica Changez is telling the story of how he left America. Left both physically and emotionally. Lost something to Erica- still thought of NY. Fantasised about a life with Erica in which both worlds could meet .

By oprah
(104 views)

Romanticism

Romanticism

Romanticism. What is it? How did it begin? What does it say? What are some examples?. What is it?. Romanticism is the name given to the school of thought that values feeling and intuition over reason. . How did it begin?. Romanticism was a reaction to rationalism .

By betsy
(207 views)

Myths, Legends, and Folklore

Myths, Legends, and Folklore

Myths, Legends, and Folklore. By: Matthew Kaufman. The Headless Horseman. Sleepy Hollow, NY Hessian American Revolutionary War Chatterton Hill Searching for his head. El Chupacabra. “ Goat Sucker” Americas Livestock 2 types of descriptions Alien Dog-type creature. Yeti.

By conner
(249 views)

Imitating Illustrators!

Imitating Illustrators!

Imitating Illustrators!. What were some of your favorite books as a child? What do you remember about them? Share with your table! . What are we doing?. Picking two watercolor illustrators… Writing about identifying their style… You will imitate one of them! . Why are we doing this?.

By lida
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