Arthur Millers The Crucible (1953): Analyze the techniques that Miller employs in this scene to
characterize Abigail and Betty.
TITUBA: There was four. There was four.
PARRIS: Who? Who? Their names, their names!
TITUBA: Oh, how many times he bid me kill y
Poem: Fear No More (William Shakespeare)
Prompt: Write an essay in which you describe the speakers attitude towards the role that the fear
of death plays on the state of living of an individual. Using specific references from the text,
show how the use of
Section of Text
Significant Quotations & Explanation of
Significance to the Thesis.
(AT LEAST THREE)
Abigail, now soft
Throughout the early years of the Vietnam war, the American commander in South Vietnam, General
William Westmoreland, confidently declared that the enemys hopes are bankrupt and added, we
have reached an important point where the end begins to come into v
Properties of Nouns:
Person: relationship of a noun to the speaker.
Case: Nominative, objective, or possessive
o words that statements are made about
o Subjects or subject complements (nouns f
Honors English I
1 February 2016
The Onion Satire Analysis
The trend of American doctors often preying on the gullibility of patients in order to
make their products profitable has fueled the health and therapy market at the
Writing Craft Analyzing Diction, Syntax, & Figurative Language in Part III
Jenny Hong; Bell 6
In part III of Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury uses contrasting diction, asyndeton, and
metaphor to communicate to readers the contrast between the medias depiction
Literary Devices in Their Eyes Were Watching God
The process by which a
character is introduced,
revealed, described, and
changed in a story,
depending on a number of
My Life in Motion Pictures
It was Robin Williams who said, No matter what people tell you, words and ideas
can change the world. I want to pursue a degree in film, because film captures the essence
of who I am.
Live. Being authentic to who I am is importa
28 October 2016
Mind Over Matter
I pounded my fist into the ground, distancing myself from the disgraceful performance I had just contributed. It was the air necessary for me to breathe in such high tension. As