Reading Literature Like a Professor
Consider the following elements from How to Read Literature Like a Professor as they apply to a specific
novel, play, poem, or short story. Be prepared to discuss your observations in class.
Title & Author:
A reading on happiness summarize his reasons for his
opinion and explain why you agree or not with his opinion
A quote on change - Select a change for the better that has
occurred or that you want to occur; analyze its desirable
and undesirable effects
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Welcome to AP English Literature and Composition! We look forward to meeting and working
with you in the fall. The first few weeks of school will be devoted to the study and discussion of your
two required texts, so you need to know them we
1. 1. Title of Poem:
2. 2. Poet:
1. 3. Important background information on poet relevant to poem:
1. 4. Who is the speaker, and what do you know about him/her?
1. 5. Who is the intended audience? How do you know?
1. 6. What is the setting?
1. 7. Identify
12 AP Language Period 6
Rhetorical Analysis of Eveline
James Joyces use of the English language constructs stories full of emotion and
weight. In his short story Eveline Joyce employs diction and syntax to convey
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This production of Macbeth takes an untraditional approach to Shakespeares play. In this
AP Language and Composition Packet
Table of Contents
Rhetorical Terms: List 1
Rhetorical Terms: List 2
Rhetorical Terms: List 3
Rhetorical Analysis Scoring Guide
Claim, Evidence, Analysis
Chunk Paper Explanat
AP English Literature
From the 2014 Administration
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1. Prometheus and Victor are similar because
a) they both brought a forbidden divine power to humanity
b) they were both killed for their thoughtless behavior
c) they both angered the gods
2. The stories of Prometheus and Frankenstein sh