Personal Finance 8726
Managing and Protecting Resources
Apply procedures for managing personal finances.
Understand options for saving and investing.
How are saving
24, February 2016
Romanticism in Frankenstein
Mary Shellys Frankenstein, a novel highly influenced by the Romantic Era, includes many Romantic characteristics within its story. Characteristics such as emoti
00:00:02Welcome to class. This is your introduction to early modern literature, which covers the
time period from 1900 to 1940. Now, this is a particularly turbulent period in American history.
It covers the Roaring Twenties, World War I
00:00:00TEACHER: You know, in this day and age, when we're texting and we're emailing our
friends, we're not real conscious of proper grammar, proper punctuation. But those things are
important, because one of these days, you'll need it.
00:00:00 Hi, I'm Mr. [? Vanderyacht, ?] and thank you for joining me today for this lesson. Now,
for thousands of years, people have been telling stories. People tell stories to recount history, to
give instruction, or to just entertain
00:00:02Welcome to class. Today you'll be reading a TS Eliot poem as you study dramatic
monologue and stream of consciousness in poetry. Look at the picture on your screen. This a
postcard from 1919, and it shows a city street. Depending
00:00:00 Hi, my name is Mr. [? Vanderyacht. ?] I'm glad that you could join me for today's
lesson. So this painting is by the American artist Winslow Homer. And many of his paintings
feature everyday people, like the farmer you see here.
00:00:00 Hi, welcome to today's lesson. My name is Mr. [INAUDIBLE], and this is the most
well-known image of Emily Dickinson. She was one of the most important poets of the 19th
century. Her daring and her originality made her really sta
00:00:02Welcome to class. This lesson is about Imagism, or a new order in poetry. Imagism is a
movement in early modernism. If you can find the word image in Imagism, you're well on your
way to understanding this new movement. The image
00:00:02 Hi, my name is Mr. [? Vandreotte. ?] Welcome to today's lesson, where we're going to
get an introduction to Bright Romanticism and the rise of American individualism. I want you to
start today by looking at the picture that you
00:00:00 Hi. Thanks for joining me for this lesson. My name is Mr. [? Vanderyacht ?]. Now, if
you were going to describe the picture that you see in front of you, you'd want to use a lot of
really descriptive verbs. The important parts o