a.) The connotation of corpulent is fairly positive because its a lot nicer than negative
words, such as obese.
- The corpulent man could not catch his dog who had gotten of its leash.
- Oh my god Becky, her butt is so corpulent.
b.) The connotation of pl
Plato Discussion Questions
1. The people are covered by their own ignorance.
2. They cant handle how pretty life is.
3. The people think the illusion is real, because they believe in the darkness.
4. If it wasnt their world, it wouldnt be real.
Crane, Stephen. The Red Badge of Courage. Pleasantville, NY: Reader's Digest Association,
The main background information needed to fully understand the novel, is a solid
foundation of knowledge on the Civil War. The Civil War c
2013 AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION FREE-RESPONSE
ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION
SECTION II Total
time 2 hours
TOTAL TIME - 2 hours 15 minutes
Question 1 (Spend 15 minutes reading the materials. Suggested writing time - 40 minutes. This
Cooper, James Fenimore. The Last of the Mohicans. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1993. Print.
James Coopers novel, The Last of the Mohicans, isnt simply about a ctional war, it
is about the battle over the American and Canadian colonies during the French and
The Last of the Mohicans Study Guide
1. Churlishly - Nay, nay, I think not of it now; but this strange man amuses me; and if he hath
music in his soul, let us not churlishly reject his company. Pg 19
Definition: to have bad disposition, or to be rude.
We can even learn from our enemies. - Ovid. This quote represents that at times,
contested parties may seem distant, but at the end of it all they still are sources of valuable
lessons. This idea is mirrored in Abraham Lincolns Second Inaugural Address. L
Dont Tear Me Down
Although we do not endure the same struggles as our founding fathers, it is
imperative that the Declaration of Independence remains a fixture among Americans,
lest we become complacent and allow tyranny to reign once again, rendering the
The Crucible Prcis
In Arthur Millers tragic play, The Crucible (1953), argues that they held in their
steady hands the candle that would light the world. We have inherited this belief, and it has
helped and hurt us (4). Miller uses the irony of the
Huckleberry Finn Study Guide
1. Well keep them till theyre ransomed to death.
The reason this is included in one of the first scenes of the book is for Twain to show the
reader that he will be satirical in the novel. He picks on the boys because
For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.-Virginia Woolf. This quote coming
from another time in Virginia Woolfs career, simply means that women do not receive the
recognition they deserve. In Woolfs depiction of the two meals, her underlying attitude i
Movies can and do have tremendous inuence in shaping young lives in
the realm of entertainment towards the ideals and objectives of normal
adulthood. -Walt Disney. Entertainment, the control center of todays mind. As
said by Walt Disney m
Sinclair, Upton. The Jungle. Cambridge, MA: R. Bentley, 1971. Print.
The Jungle was written by Upton Sinclair, who was born on September 20, 1878, in
Baltimore, Maryland. His family name used to represent wealth and power but he is born into a quite
What is the Cost of Freedom?
In this world there is an ever present struggle between the worth of ignorance and the
worth of pain. From ignorance sprouts submission. From pain, unhappiness grows. In a
perfect society neither would exist; however, bot
1. Incongruous - In short, they were one of those incongruous and impossible married couples
with which Mother Nature so often wills to confound all prophets, before and after.
Definition: not harmonious in character; inconsonant; lacking