American Literature Before 1900American Literature Before 1900
In responding, you might consider questions such as the following: Are these attitudes linked to social identities of gender or race? Do the writers you discuss express unambivalent attitudes? Do you see changes occurring over time?
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Ap literature Course Syllabus 2007-2008 1st quarterAp literature Course Syllabus 2007-2008 1st quarter
The papers are reviewed by the instructor and sent back to the students with comments created through “Track Changes.” Some important elements of focus include assessing and commenting on the students’ ability to write cohesively and
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Literature Resource CenterLiterature Resource Center
In the following essay, James, a doctoral candidate at Yale University, explores the historical concerns that shaped The Scarlet Letter and how Hester Prynne's emblem serves as several types of imagery.]
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Winter Wrap-up Assignments Directions: Return The Scarlet Letter and check out The CrucibleWinter Wrap-up Assignments Directions: Return The Scarlet Letter and check out The Crucible
Read The Crucible and take notes on characters and characters’ actions. [Test on Tuesday]
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The Scarlet Letter Book notes preface: Custom HouseThe Scarlet Letter Book notes preface: Custom House
Hawthorne attempts to undo the wrong and injustice done by his ancestors. The reference to the discovery of the scarlet letter and some papers referring to the incident of a woman condemned like Hester is to strengthen the author's claim of the authenticity of
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Chapter XIII. Another view of hester in her late singular interview with Mr. Dimmesdale, Hester Prynne was shocked at the condition to which she found the clergyman reduced. His nerve seemed absolutely destroyedChapter XIII. Another view of hester in her late singular interview with Mr. Dimmesdale, Hester Prynne was shocked at the condition to which she found the clergyman reduced. His nerve seemed absolutely destroyed
The links that united her to the rest of humankind--links of flowers, or silk, or gold, or whatever the material--had all been broken. Here was the iron link of mutual crime, which neither he nor she could break
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Learning TargetLearning Target
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Name English 10/11 The Scarlet LetterName English 10/11 The Scarlet Letter
Researching various aspects of Puritan life during the seventeenth century in America will help you gain insight into the setting, characters, and conflicts you will encounter when we begin reading The Scarlet Letter
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Honors american literature course expectationsHonors american literature course expectations
Textbook: Elements of Literature: Literature of the United States. Third Edition. New York: Holt, Rinehart, & Winston: 2003
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Two days in classTwo days in class
Each “article” should have a title. You will need a Works Cited section (mla format). You will have two days in class to work on this (Tuesday and Wednesday, February 7 and 8). It will be due by 4: 10 on Tuesday, the 21st
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The Scarlet LetterThe Scarlet Letter
Prynne’s acceptance of her penance, and eventual adoption of it as a point of pride, sends her into isolation where she becomes mentally and spiritually stronger, while Dimmesdale and Chillingworth both hide their sin behind facades of
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Native americanNative american
Public Documents: Newspapers, broadsides, almanacs, court records, deeds, contracts, diplomatic letters, treaties, charters, etc
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