AP Recommended Reading List. Achebe, Chinua:Things Fall Apart (set in Africa). Adams, Douglas: The Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy (difficult/action/absurd comedy/stream of con.). Aeschylus:The Oresteia. The Eumenides. Agee, James:A Death in the Family. Albee, Edwards:The Zoo Story.
Otto-Friedrich-Universtität BambergSS 2008. HS: Neo-Victorian Novels. Dozentin: Dr. Anja Müller. Referentin: Susanne Werner4.6.2008. Peter Carey: Jack Maggs and. Charles Dickens: Great Expectations. central motif: self-delusion and gradual disillusionment. general outline of the plot.
The Turtle from TheGrapes of Wrath(pg 758 - ). by John Steinbeck. John Ernst Steinbeck, Jr . (Feb. 27, 1902 Dec. 20, 1968) was an American author of twenty-seven books, including sixteen novels, six non-fiction books, and five collections of short stories.
From Gulliver s Travels Reading Guide. From Part 1: A Voyage to Lilliput. As you read the first two paragraphs in Chapter 1, you can see that Swift is parodying travel literature in this satire. What details in this first part make the literature seem as if it really is a travel diary?
Doctor Faustus. Assign questions for Thursday. The ars moriendi tradition. Mini-lecture: many treatises, psychomachia, works, other facts. Discussion: What do you see in the two woodcuts? The devil's temptation to despair. The angel's good inspiration against despair.
Kite Runner : Chapter 10-11. 1. Read the first two pages of the chapter, and state as many changes to Amir s situation as you can. 2. What is clearly still the same? How do you know? 3. What is the significance of the sentence, I vomited on a tangle of weeds, my retching and groaning drowned in the.
Recommended Reading for AP/DC English Students. Year(s) the selection appeared on AP Literature Exam is parenthetically noted. No title taught in any WHS English class is permissible for independent reading. All winners of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award may be added.
What do we learn about Doug Spaulding in the introduction of the story? Doug is 48 years old and he has a family. He seems angry. He wants to kill Ralph Underhill. Why does Ray Bradbury capitalize the word Past and Present if they are not proper nouns?
Detective story from. Detective story, type of popular literature in which a crime is introduced and investigated and the culprit is revealed. The traditional elements of the detective story are: (1) the seemingly perfect crime; (2) the wrongly accused.
Roman Tragedy. Elaine Fantham. 1. Introduction : From Greek to Roman Tragedy. It is a misfortune and irony of the history of tragic drama at Rome that complete texts have only survived from its final phase. These comprise the eight plays of Seneca himself.
Welcome to Mustang High! I am excited to have you in English I this year. The following information will help you succeed in class. Policies and Procedures:Grades are calculated as follows. Daily Assignments, Quizzes, Homework40%. Essays, Exams, Book Reports, Projects60%.
A Separate Peace Reading Response Questions Chapters 1-3. Into the Text. Allusions and terms you will come across in your reading. Leper a person having leprosy; a person who is rejected and cast out; here, it is a nickname for Elwin Lepellier.
SUGGESTED ANSWERS. THE CANTERBURY TALES - The Prologue. 1. What is the most popular time of year for pilgrimages? In the springtime, April, after the March rains have passed and the flowers are blooming. 2. Where do most pilgrims in England choose to go on pilgrimages?
English 9/10: Summer Reading List. Aloha! Please choose one book from our list to read over the summer (feel free to read more than one!). We believe that reading is not only academically beneficial but personally as well. You can look up most of these.
Romeo and Juliet Act IV, Scene 1 5. Essential Question. Are we in charge of our destiny? (Fate vs. Free Will). Journal: Recollect a time when they were terrified. What ran through your mind? How does fear affect people mentally and physically? Act IV Scenes 1-2 Summary.
The Odyssey Part II. The Return of Odysseus. Individual and Group Final Project. In Part I of The Odyssey, Odysseus and his companions face many obstacles on their journey back from fighting in the Trojan War to their homeland of Ithaca. The temptations.