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  2. NOTE: This doc is a compilation of all the presentations.. I’m working on a shortened version of the terms for more efficient studying. Thomas Collyns, Fabrizio Robalino, Hunter Nagai Dr. Vella AP English IV, Period 5 7 March Literary Terms Batch One Allusion Definition A figure of speech that makes brief reference to a historical or literary figure, event, or object.
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  4. Week 7, Discussion 1: The Rambler and Things of that Nature. Previous Next. Show DescriptionSamuel Johnson: The Rambler and Things of that Nature. In this discussion I will be working with the literary works of Samuel Johnson. You should read all the selections (especially since you are working with all the readings in Discussions 1 and 2).
  5. Which word best describes the tone used in both excerpts? passionate. Read the excerpt from Silent Spring. In the gutters under the eaves and between the shingles of the roofs, a white granular powder still showed a few patches; some weeks before it had fallen like .
  6. After all, she's been this way for three years now, which means it's not a temporary condition. He might be this way forever. Chapter First Class Work. The next day, Alicia and Bobby chat online about his conversation with Sheila. Alicia thinks that he should tell his dad, but he tells her that he promised he wouldn't tell anyone.
  7. It must be third-person, because of the use of "They" to refer to the characters of Adam and Lily. Omniscient would refer to the narrator being all-knowing (essentially they can read the minds of the characters), limited could indicate that the narrator has a restricted knowledge base .
  8. The death I gave him. So, again, good night. I must be cruel only to be kind. Thus bad begins and worse remains behind. One word more, good lady— God wanted to punish me with this murder, and this man with me, so I’m both Heaven’s executioner and its minister of justice. This is bad, but it.
  9. All of the following are required readings for this week. Greider, T. and L. Garkovich. (). Landscapes: The social construction of nature and the environment. Rural Sociology, 59, [if you are off campus, click on this link] Herring, S. (). Introductory chapter from Lines on the land: Writers, Art, and the National Parks. pp. Nash, R. ().

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