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Unformatted text preview: it. Each of them rely on the other for survival. Diction: the speech is reminiscent of biblical speech patterns, yet littered with modern sayings. Idea: Step 7. Do a conflict analysis Step 8. Do a structural analysis Identify the spatio temporal grid Egypt- Captivity Garden- newness, life Map out the character relationships Moses Miriam Aaron Shendi Anath Seti the Second Teusret Rameses Map out the objects Sand- main ingredient in bricks, covering of sins Nile- water, Moses rebirth Pyramids- labor, pain, toil Sheep- sacrifice for death of firstborn Tent- temporary dwelling Blood- death, freedom Do an image grid Firstborn- First male child Weeping- sorrow Venom- stinging of death, anger of Pharaoh towards Isrealites Reflect on the significance of the title The title explains the death of each Egyptian male firstborn, whether it was human or animal....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course THTR 4310 taught by Professor Savidge during the Spring '08 term at North Greenville.
- Spring '08