The Choice for Life
May 29th, 2013
The question of whether humans are naturally good or evil has been discussed by
many authors. Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert
Louis Stevenson, exa
1984 Review Questions
1. Why are the common criminals and political prisoners treated differently in the temporary lock-up?
Political criminals are far more dangerous to society than the average murderer. This is
another expression of The Party's c
1984 Review Questions-Key
1. How does Winston react to the note from Julia? Before he reads it? After?
At first, he thinks that it is a message from the thought police or the brotherhood. The first
is more likely because he fears and hates Julia.
1984 Review Questions KEY
Describe the government of Oceania.
Oceanias govt consists of 4 main branches: Minitrue (creator of all propaganda including
news, education, and entertainment), Minipax (war department), Miniluv (controls the police
April 29th- May 3rd , 2013
Act I, Scene ii - Homework
1. From first impression, is Claudius a capable king? Why?
No really. Claudius talks a lot
He delivers a speech that addresses his brothers death to create a sense of
He has a le
June 3rd 5th, 2013
Pathos: Refers to sympathy the audience feels for a character who suffers, or dies in a
play. (Ophelias death)
Bathos: Refers scorn or laughter regarding a character suffering, or death in the play.
May 14-21st, 2013
Act III, Scene i
1. Give one example of dramatic irony from this scene and explain your choice.
Pat, pat; and here's a marvelous convenient place for our rehearsal (III, I, 30)
In the play, they find this place convenient for rehearsal,
Act IV Scene i-iv
1. Indicate a dramatic purpose for each of the four scenes that open Act IV
Broke the news that Polonius is dead
Hamlet shows his careless about what may happen to him
Claudius is going to kill Hamlet
Hamlet wants take actions, no though