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American Literature Unit 2 Syllabus- regular 11th gradeAmerican Literature Unit 2 Syllabus- regular 11th grade
Read Benjamin Franklin: from the Autobiography and Poor Richard’s Almanack (pg 138-148)
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J. M. Coetzee\J. M. Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians as a Colonial Oedipus Veres Ottilia1 Abstract
I attribute colonial significance to the disfunctionality of looking in the novel, an aspect that signs Coetzee’s story (as) a “colonial tragedy
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Backstage at the TheaterBackstage at the Theater
The ancient Greeks used costumes to help the actors “become” someone else, and thereby relate the story of a tragedy or a comedy. Since these early beginnings, theater has almost always involved the use of some sort of disguise
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Edward Gibbon: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume IVEdward Gibbon: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume IV
Laws Of The People. The Decrees Of The Senate. The Edicts Of The Magistrates And Emperors Authority Of The Civilians. Code, Pandects, Novels, And Institutes Of Justinian: I. Rights Of Persons. II. Rights Of Things
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Seniors Taking Charge of Your Health! Lesson 7: Depression – Getting Help for Those in Need Getting ReadySeniors Taking Charge of Your Health! Lesson 7: Depression – Getting Help for Those in Need Getting Ready
Consider asking a mental health professional, social worker, nurse or other health professional knowledgeable about depression for help before the session and/or to help you lead the session
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School Visit Pre-Visit Activity Looking at Gods, Goddesses, and HeroesSchool Visit Pre-Visit Activity Looking at Gods, Goddesses, and Heroes
Romans adopted a lot of the Greek myths, but they used different names for the characters. Thus, the gods, goddesses, and heroes in myths are known by two names, one Greek and another Roman
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The Bluest Eye Through a Black Power FrameworkThe Bluest Eye Through a Black Power Framework
Black Power: self-determination through self-definition; proponents such as Kwame Toure (Stokely Carmichael), Charles Hamilton, Larry Neal, Leroi Jones, and Addison Gayle facilitate a powerful reading of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye
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