English 4W Week 1, Lecture 2

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English 4W Week 1 Lecture 2 English 4W Lecture Notes for Week 1, Lecture 2 Alice Henton’s Lecture 08/03/2010 Terms Symbol 1 Diction 1 Tone 1 Agency 1 Allusion 1 Explication “The Point” 1 Process: Observation 1 Process: Interpretation 1 Building a Thesis 1 Paper Development 2 Snow, Glass, Apples Similarities with Little Snow - white 2 Differences from Little Snow - white 3 Themes 3 Apple Tree Table Allusions 3 Dialect 4 Humor 4 Characters 4 Kelly Bowers 08/05/2010 1
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-vs.- You should notice that the former is more “formal” and the latter is more “casual” English 4W Week 1 Lecture 2 Administrative : Due dates -The explications are due at the beginning of class on Tuesday, August 10th. These are short (1.5-2 page) papers and should be written on the passage distributed in class on August 5th (taken from Apple Tree Table) Little Snow-white Correction -The original Snow - white tale was written in Italy, not Germany. The Grimm Brothers translated and updated their version in Germany but this was not the original -If you are interested in reading more on this, read an essay entitled “Snow, Glass, Apples” (Note: though the essay shares the title with the short story we read for class, it is not the same). -The short story Snow, Glass, Apples pulls a lot from the original tales rather than the German “sanitized” versions (such as the Grimm Brothers’ translation or the tale that appears in the Disney film) Terms: Symbol -A symbol is an object or event that is both itself and evocative of other things. It suggests a range of reference points beyond itself. -Example: When a rose is used as a symbol, it appears as both an actual, literal rose and something else (such as ideas like romance). Diction
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