Dissociation affects the minds ability to connect to the body and its
surroundings. As a result our perception of who we are becomes skewed. When we
dissociate our minds separate ourselves from the world around us, transporting our
awareness to a place fa
. Growing up in Branchburg there was never a lot of diversity; about seventy
present of the towns population was White and everyone came form successful or
well-off families. Needless to say, I have lived a charmed and privileged life. At school I
Because of these cultural norms Jayanthi was not allowed to date in high school and felt
sheltered as a result. When she reached college Jayanthi began to experiment, taking on
the bad girl identity as a way to distance herself from her heritage. She felt
By not being conscious of our surroundings we become unable to process what is
actually happening to us. This lack of stored information is what leads to the feeling of
losing time. Many of Stouts patients experienced this phenomenon quit
If one agreed with Nafisi they might argue that through dissociation we are able to
find boundless freedom. By disconnecting from reality and retreating into our minds we
are able to change our perception of the world around us and free ourselves from the
Ms. Engel/English 3
Chapter 3 Study Guide
Main event: Gatsby throws one of his famous parties.
The party is extremely luxurious/fancy.
In the beginning, Nick feels out of place.
Nick runs into Jordan He starts to feel better because she is a familiar face
The Great Gatsby Vocabulary 3-4 Study Guide
1. Permeate- To seep through or fill
Part of Speech: V
The sweet smell of cookies permeated the walls and entered the living room, tempting me to
wander into the kitchen.
2. Innuendo- A hint or suggestion
Vocabulary Ch. 5-7 Review Sheet
1. rout - noun a disorderly crowd of
2. suppressed - adj. held back
a. Ant: released
3. innumerable - adj. too numerous to
a. Ant: minimal
4. reproach - noun a mild rebuke or
a. Ant: praise
Death of a Salesman Study Guide
Seeds represent for Willy the opportunity to prove the worth of his labor,
both as a salesman and a father. His desperate, nocturnal attempt to grow
vegetables signifies his shame about barely being able to pu
Agendas English 2 Week of 9/18
Do-Now: Select 3 vocabulary words.
Write a sentence that demonstrates
what each means, using context clues.
Do-Now: What is Telemachuss attitude
at the end of Book 1? Do you think