FINAL EXAM: Quotation List
New World New Worldspices and gold
Old World Old Worldthe legends told.
New World New Worldcried history
Old World Old Worldsighed every tree.
Of course, said Mr. Brown. By the way, he added, if you
MIDTERM EXAM: Quotation List
When I go up the Amazon,
I stop at night and fire a gun
To call my faithful band.
And Indians in twos and threes,
Come silently between the trees,
And wait for me to land.
And if I do not want to play
With any Indians today,
Notes/sample answers for Midterm
SAMPLE TEST QUOTATION
(Not on the actual exam)
K is for Kings
Once warlike and haughty.
Great Britain subdued them
Because theyd been naughty.
Author: Mary Ames (or Mary Francis Ames, or Mrs. Ames, or Mrs. Earnest Ames)
A Poetic Analysis of Stephen Schwartzs Defying Gravity
Defying Gravity, written by Broadway and cinematic lyricist Stephen Schwartz, was first
performed for its intended audience in New York in 2003, on the opening night of Schwartzs
musical, Wicked. The
Comparative Analysis: A Character Study
Three different short stories about a day at the park, the life of a murderous hermit, and a
couple living on a farm in a California valley do not, at first glance, seem to have anything in
common. A factor that l
Analysis: This Ruined Puzzle
Though one might not think it after reading the title of Dashboard Confessionals song
This Ruined Puzzle, the lyrics actually seem to be about a man who is lamenting the loss of a
lover, whom he addresses throughout the lyri
How Authors Make the Reader Sympathize With Flawed Characters
In the short stories A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner, An Occurrence at Owl
Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce, The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Gilman, and The
Jilting of Granny Weatherall by
Like a Rolling Stone; a Poem in the Disguise of a Song
In 1965, Bob Dylan released Like a Rolling Stone which is widely regarded to be one
of the greatest, if not the greatest song of all time. Dylans iconic folk rock style allowed him to
use his lyrics t
L202: Sample Introductions for Paper 2
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name, and has continued to be one of his most popular songs to date. The lyrics represent the
speakers account of his lif
or more of the following forms: character against character; character a
First Pass 1: Paraphrase of To the Virgins
Enjoy your life while you can,
for time is, as always, moving quickly,
and the opportunities you have today
will not still be open to you later.
The sun, that gives the earth light and life,
is getting higher in
Values of To Penshurst
Line 7& 8: of soil, of air, / Of wood, of water: therein thou are fair
Here Jonson is illustrating that the Lord and Lady of Penshurst are not selfish with their
land, allowing all to partake in it.
Line 59 & 60
If one has only the poems of Ben Jonson and Robert Herrick as evidence from which to
derive the significant features that govern British poetry of the early seventeenth century, those
features could be summed up in one word: Neoclassicism. The humanist id
Ben Jonson and Robert Herrick were poets with distinct differences in their work. Jonson
firmly viewed his work as a public service, and almost always incorporated himself and the
audience into we or us, rather than speaking solely about himself, whereas