Paper 3 Exercise - Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 November 9, 2007...

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Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 November 9, 2007 Paper 3.2 “The Gentle Lena”: “Try This 6.4” 1. Key words, patterns of repetition, and organizing contrasts: multiple unique forms of repetition repeating technique repetitions characters’ features character development plot’s gradual movement plot development state of mind state of being interpretations foreshadowing relations connections pairs ceases 2. Most interesting details: plot remains static “lifeless” can be literally interpreted in order to foreshadow Herman has finally found his place in life These are only some of the details that I found interesting. This is because each of them is a conclusion made from further insight into the text. 3. Versions of the writer’s thesis: I. Although there are various interpretations of the purposes of Stein’s repetitions, in “The Gentle Lena,” they succeed in foreshadowing, emphasizing the character’s state of beings and relations, and appearing in pairs. All of these methods help the plot develop.
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2008 for the course R 1A taught by Professor Mascuch during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Paper 3 Exercise - Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 November 9, 2007...

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