English HL 2 IB, Period 6 17 December 2009 Participation Outline: Group 6 For our group we decided to organize our presentation by stanza. Once we had divided the stanzas so that no stanzas with enjambment were separated; we assigned each group member a s
English HL 2 IB 12 October 2009 Hamlet's Conflicting Obligations to his Father and to his Country In Shakespeare's well known play, Hamlet, young prince Hamlet's mind is being pulled in several conflicting directions. His greatest internal struggle is one
Homer opens The Odyssey with an invocation to the Muse of epic poetry and asks for her guidance in
telling the story of a man who has experienced many twists and turns of fate and has suffered many
hardships. Odysseus, the reader is told, is the on
Summary: Book 15
Athena travels to Sparta, where she appears to Telemachus in a dream and tells him that
he must hurry home to Ithaca before the suitors succeed in winning his mothers hand. She also
warns him of the ambush that they have set and explains
All the gods except Poseidon gather again on Mount Olympus to discuss Odysseuss fate.
English HL 2 IB 11 November 2009
Title: "Portrait of a Lady" Year Published: 1910 Theme: There is an uncertainty of how to live one's life until it becomes too late.
Two separate but distinct tones: The author has both a tone of sadness, and a trusting to
English HL 1 IB Paul's Forewarning to Americans Martin Luther King is a black civil rights activist who is extremely famous today for his grand impact on society and segregation, his wiliness to fight for what he believed in, and especially for his speech
English HL 1 IB, Period 2 11 September 2008 An Ambition for Equality Alex Haley's The Autobiography of Malcolm X is a work that is known worldwide which includes rhetorical strategies and symbols to draw the reader into the unobstructed view of the life o