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“The Legend of sleepy hollow”

“The Legend of sleepy hollow”. By Washington Irving. Where? Sleepy Hollow, New York When? Post Revolutionary America. Setting. Sleepy hollow. Real Place New York Hudson Valley. Sleepy hollow. Old Dutch church. Washington irving’s grave. The legend. The headless horseman. Legend

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“The Legend of sleepy hollow”

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  1. “The Legend of sleepy hollow” By Washington Irving

  2. Where? Sleepy Hollow, New York When? Post Revolutionary America Setting

  3. Sleepy hollow Real Place New York Hudson Valley

  4. Sleepy hollow

  5. Old Dutch church

  6. Washington irving’s grave

  7. The legend

  8. The headless horseman • Legend • Hessian Trooper • Revolutionary War • Beheaded by Cannonball • Buried in Churchyard • Rides Through Sleepy Hollow in Search of His Head • Hurries to Return to Cemetery Before Daybreak

  9. Main Characters

  10. Ichabod Crane • School Teacher • See Description on p. 19 • Single

  11. Katrina van Tassel • Object of Ichabod’s Attraction • Lovely Young Woman

  12. Brom Van Brunt • Also Known as Brom Bones • Also Loves Katrina • “Hero of the Country Round”

  13. Conflict • 2 Men Love 1 Woman • Both Try to Impress Her

  14. Point of View • Third Person Omniscient Narrator • Dietrich Knickerbocker • Pseudonym of Washington Irving • The Sketch-Book

  15. Imagery • Sleepy Hollow – Still Water • Relaxed Attitude • Never Progress

  16. Imagery • Food • Symbol for Appetite • Appetite for Food and Superstition • Women are known for their ghost tales almost as much as for their baked goods.

  17. imagery • Food • Katrina – Peach or “So Tempting a Morsel” • Symbol of Ichabod’s Desire

  18. Symbolism in Names • Ichabod Crane’s appearance is like a crane.

  19. Katrina Van Tassel • Katrina – Trinket • Tassel - Decoration

  20. Sleepy Hollow • Sleepy • Relaxed People • Lack of Innovation • Hollow • Hollow or Valley • Emptiness of Beliefs

  21. Alliteration • Brom Bones • Headless Horseman repetition of a consonant sound Coincidence or Not?

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