Homework tonight: Read chapter 8 and find 5 quotes that can stand alone even today. They
may offer advice or comfort or strike you as interesting. Try to think of them as something that
you might come across on a bumper sticker toda
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Divine Punishment: Its All Political (Chapter 12)
Claim: Dantes notion of divine punishment is the result of his perceived failure of the
Argument: Because of his wrongful imp
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Rebirth By Sea: Is that a Symbol? (Chapter 12)
Claim: In the Count of Monte Cristo, the sea is a symbol of Edmond Dantes rebirth and
new home following his 14 years in prison.
Chapter 13: Its all political
While Mary Shelleys novel is mainly focused on the backfiring of Victor Frankensteins
hubris and the creatures pursuit to fit into the human society, the novel has a strong underlying
theme of feminism. The author communicate
cab (n) cabbage (n) cabin (n) cabinet (n) cable (n) cafe/cafe (n) cafeteria (n) cage (n) cake (n)
calculator (n) calendar(n) calf (n) call (n & v) call for (phr v) I'll call for you at 7. call in (phr v)
She called in to see a friend. calm (adj) camel (n
-Based on the theories of Karl Marx, influenced by philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
-A type of criticism in which literary works are viewed as the product of work and whose
practitioners emphasize the role of class and ideology
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The Ghost from the Past: Marked for Greatness (Chapter 21)
Claim: Dantes pale skin is his mark for greatness,it foreshadows his plan for revenge
against those who framed him and cost him 14 y
My royal lord,
You do not give the cheer: the feast is sold
That is not often vouch'd, while 'tis a-making,
'Tis given with welcome: to feed were best at home;
From thence the sauce to meat is ceremony;
Meeting were bare without
Introduction to the Anglo-Saxon Era
Directions: Please read through the beginning section of the Anglo Saxon Period in your textbook and
find the information that belongs in the spaces below.
1. Dates of Anglo-Saxon era? _
2. Roman occupation dates
Study Guide for Shakespeares Sister from A Room of Ones Own by Virginia Woolf
1. How does Woolf describe the life of Judith Shakespeare _
The tone of Woolfs description of the old gentleman who gives his opinion about women
writers and cats is _
(b. Nov. 28, 1757, London-d. Aug. 12,
First of the great English Romantic
Also a painter and printer and one of
the greatest engravers in English
Began writing poetry when h
Chapter Four: (Summary)
Grant returns Miss Emma and his aunt to home. He leaves to go to Bayonne. This is the
closest town to them. There are approximately 6000 people in Bayonne and the
courthouse and jail are located here.
Grant goes to the Rainbow Club
Born _ _
Died _ _
First of the great _ _
Also a _ and _and one of the greatest
_ in _ history.
Largely _-_, he began writing poetry
when he was _ and was apprenticed to a _
_ at the age of _.
His_and _ _ are
Catherine always wanted to learn how to speak Portuguese. After Joel encouraged her to
study the language, she began with the most rudimentary vocabulary and grammar. She knew
that she would have to begin slowly becaus
A noun is a person, place, or thing.
Example of Rule
Mrs. Jones enjoyed watching the deer walk
in the field.
Teachers love seeing students return to
school in the fall.
Write a sentence that contains at le
1. What is the name of the defendant?
2. On what day is the trial held?
3. For what is he on trial?
4. On what day is sentencing held?
5. What is the verdict?
6. What is the sentence?
7. Contrast the portrait that is painted of Jeff
I have FLASHBACK
I have THEME
I have SIMILE
Treat others the way you would like to be treated.
Her mouth was like the loud speaker, everyone could
My emotions fought with my mind and took control of
-A political form of literature that is focused on the ways in which literature and other productions
reinforce or undermine political, social, and psychological oppressions of women.
-It criticizes a society that has been most patriarc