NATIONALISM, REVOLUTION, AND DICTATORSHIP: AFRICA, ASIA, AND LATIN AMERICA FROM 1919 TO 1939
I. The Rise of Nationalism
A. Modern Nationalism
1. Among the new urban middle class of Westernized intellectuals
a. Admired Western culture, but resen
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The Heros Journey in The Most Dangerous Game
1. THE ORDINARY
The hero is uneasy, uncomfortable,
or unaware. He/she is a
Rainsford falls off the yacht and is
Honors United States History B
Connecting Past and Present
Portfolio Project Part 3
How Does a Particular Historical Event Shape Modern American Society?
Understanding how U.S. history relates to events today helps Americans better participate in society.
The government has failed to punish many officers for police brutality, many officers walk away
from a murder charge with merely a slap on the wrist. The government needs to treat all people
equally. Due to the lack of punishment to these officers riots h
The Grapes of Wrath
1. The excerpt begins narrating the plight of the farmer, and ends by narrating the
plight of the starving poor people. Which struggle, the farmer's or the people's, is
more compelling to you? Explain why.
The struggle that is more com
Enough or more than enough
They had an ample food supply.
Not likely to provoke dissent or offense; inoffensive
She made an anodyne statement to her teacher.
A name or title
He explained his appellatio
The following passage is from Rights of Man, a book written by the pamphleteer Thomas Paine
in 1791. Born in England, Paine was an intellectual, a revolutionary, and a supporter of
American independence from England. Read the passage carefully. Then write
The 1920s and 1930s were very hard but also rewarding times for people. When
hard times hit many people lost hope and allowed harder times to effect who they were.
You could see it happen mainly during the Great Depression. When many shop owners
had to sh
Many people have believed that jazz is an annoyance or threat, but is it really? In order
to discover the answer to this question you have to dig deep within the roots and effects of jazz
music. Personally form my stand point, I see no problems surroundin
In paragraph 3, Orwell points out two common faults in the sample passages. What are these
The faults Orwell points out in sample passages are staleness of imagery and lack of precision.
Orwell presents guidelines for using metaphors. Briefly desc
I Remember the Thirties
1. The author says the decade had "a beginning, middle and end." His essay also
has this structure. Briefly describe these three sections in Steinbeck's essay.
Steinbecks essay begins with how life was for many before the Depressio