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Cornell Notes Lecture, reading/chapter/novel/article during class, power point, movies (if need to collect info.) Topic: __How to Read Literature Like a Professor—Chapter 2 : Nice to Eat with You: Acts of Communion ___________________________________________ Questions/Main Ideas: Name: ___________________________________ Class: _________________ Period: ________ Date: ____________________________ Notes: How is communion represented? Whenever people ear or drink together, it’s communion. Are all communions religious? Not all communions are religious. The literary versions of communions can have many different meanings. Example seen in communions of all kinds: Breaking bread is seen in different types of communion. Why is eating considered a communion? When people are invited to dinner by someone they despise, they would most likely decline. Eating is something that is done with people we are comfortable with. Meal scenes in literature: Meal scenes are often not seen in many works. This is due to the fact that they tend to uninteresting. In most meal scenes the same things are repeated. This can make the reader uninterested and not see its true meaning. They must have a compelling reason. For

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