Cornell Notes - OMAM Lit Terms

Cornell Notes- - mind Literary Term Example page 1 character Descriptions of the characters actions or dialogue that show something important about

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Topic: Of Mice and Men Imagery, Setting, Character, Theme,  Foreshadowing Literary Term Name: Class: Period: Date: setting p. 66 – “On one side of the room there was a square 4-paned window . . .” Write down things you notice about the Crooks has to live in small space, but has many belongings b/c he is there setting of the novel. This might include for the long-term. – THIS DESCRIBES CROOKS’ ROOM IN THE STABLE quotes that describe the location, or clues about the time period. imagery Imagery paints a vivid picture in your
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Unformatted text preview: mind. Literary Term Example page 1 character Descriptions of the characters, actions or dialogue that show something important about the character. Foreshadowing Examples of events or dialogue p. 72– “Crooks bored in on them. ‘Want me to tell ya what’ll happen . . . that you think foreshadow what will Crooks thinks if George weren’t around, Lennie would be put away in an happen later. institution – MAYBE HE WILL?? Or maybe something else bad will happen to Lennie when he gets into trouble?? page 2...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course LIT 113 taught by Professor Howard during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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