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On the Death of Anne Brontë By Charlotte Brontë Directions: 1. Use the word bank below and determine the meaning of each word within the context of the poem. Record your responses in the box below. Parting-till the final moments of her sisters life Cast-the face the sister will make when deathg comes upon her Terror- a not so great fear of death Fervently- dsomething one with passion hope and glory tempest-tossed-confused Weary strife-weak/ seemingly soft bitterness of the events Bear-pain being carried by a person Sigh-soft breathing 2. Underline specific portions of the text that support the intended meaning of the word. 3. Create a three-column chart (positive, neutral, negative) to sort the terms by their connotation . 4. Finally, determine a specific tone word that can be concluded based on your chart. 1 There's little joy in life for me, And little terror in the grave; I 've lived the parting hour to see Of one I would have died to save.

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