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The Arts of the Scholar‐Official Literature, Pain8ng and Calligraphy In the Song
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Wri8ng Assignment #2 2 parts – make sure you hand it both 1. Paraphrase of the poem 2. Analysis of the poem
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Thesis statement: Your main interpreta8on of the poem 1. Read the poem line by line—make notes of words that appeal to your senses, unusual word combina8ons, etc. 2. AMer reading the poem, decide what the overall mood or meaning of the poem is as you understand it. 3. How does the poet use words, images, rhythm, etc. to achieve this mood? Your answer to this ques8on is your thesis statement .
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Example of thesis statement: “Through his deliberate personifca1on oF natural images and the repe11on oF words indica1ng solitude , Li Bo expresses a deep and abiding loneliness in his poem ‘Drinking Alone by Moonlight.’ How he achieves the mood Main theme or mood of the poem
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Using Evidence Evidence from the poem: SpeciFc words, pa]erns, combina8ons of words, parallels, opposites from the poem that you think help create the mood or theme you iden8Fed ±or each piece of evidence, tell how it helps create the mood or theme you iden8Fed
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