TheScarletLetterSymbolismCloseReadingAssignment

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The Scarlet Letter Symbolism Assignment/Ms.Breaux AP Literature 2009 Due: Thursday, 1/15/09 (hard copy due in class) Must be turned into by Thursday evening at 10 pm. Counts as: 50 pts/writing category of your grade Dr. Foster writes, “Ask questions of the text: what’s the writers doing with this images, this object, this act; what possibilities are suggested by the movement of the narratie or the lyric; and most important, what does it feel like it’s doing?” in How to Read Literature Like a Professor Chapter 12 “Is That a Symbol? (106). Your task is to extricate your assigned symbol below, collecting examples from the SL and then analyzing them in a few brief paragraphs. Follow these steps. Type everything up and turn it into . Make sure your hard copy is MLA formatted. 1. Look up as many examples throughout the text of your symbol as you possibly can. 2. Brainstorm as many observation as you can about the emerging pattern that you see your symbol taking. This is where your UNIQUE critical thinking comes in. Don’t
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