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Unformatted text preview: American Cyborgs Midterm Prep Sheet-285-000 Part I: Vocabulary terms to know : cyborg cybernetics the difference between paraphrase and analysis the difference between an omniscient and a limited narrator the difference between a round and a flat character genre protagonist antagonist plot motif diction irony (situational and verbal) paradox simile metaphor metonymy personification tone topic thesis Asimovs Three Laws of Robotics Henry Louis Gatess idea of signifyin(g) sex versus gender blazon heteroglossia manifesto replicant Where their definitions are found: syllabus, essay writing guides, study guides, and notes and quotes documents, all online in the Course Documents section of the Course Material section. Part II: Identification and close reading analysis of passages. Select 2 out of 6. For each passage, give the title and author; if a character is speaking, identify the character and the context in which the passage takes place in the story. Then, in a substantial paragraph or two, the context in which the passage takes place in the story....
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course ENG 285 taught by Professor Vanderborg during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.
- Spring '11