What Are Heavy

The speaker explores the importance of both innocence and wisdom and leaves it for the reader to decide whether or not the sacrifice of innocence equals the acquisition of wisdom. The use of dual speakers helps illustrate the theme of the importance of both blissful innocence in youth and the obtaining Of knowledge Of the inconvenient truths in adulthood. The …

early 17th century british literature

who wrote mostly poems centered around “carpe diem” , time is fleeting, and make love now poems Robert Herrick the intellectual examination of an analogy/comparison of the microcosm and macrocosm a system within a system ; little world, big world Ptolemy’s universe earth is the center but everything is equal, the great chain of being -an idea that shows the …

Literature of Chivalry/ Shifting role of women

Downplay of Knighthood brutality Poems that recounted hero’s deeds and adventures such as King Authur and Charlamange Church Viewed woman as inferior Romance Worshiped Noblewomen even though in reality they were poor and helpless Inheritace What the noblewomen could get from there husband and some ruling over the land Noblewomen rules Acted as commander when the lord was away. Couldn’t …

American Literature (American Realism)

Stephen Crane The Red Badge of Courage Jack London The Call of the Wild Jack London To Build a Fire Jack London White Fang Paul Lawrence Dunbar Oak and Ivy (a collection of poems) Joel Chandler Harris Uncle Remus, His Songs and Sayings Joel Chandler Harris The Tar Baby Ernest Hemingway Death in the Afternoon Ernest Hemingway The Sun Also …

British Literature: Anglo-Saxon Period

Who are the earliest people? Celts When were the earliest people, the celts? 500bc What law was established in the Anglo-saxon period? Roman Who were the celts conquered by? Emperor Claudius When were the celts conquered by Emperor Claudius? 43 How many years did Rome rule the celts? 400 What language was spoken while Rome ruled the celts? Latin Under …

Balanced Literacy

What are the four types of reading in the Balanced Literacy Approach?   Reading Aloud Shared Reading Guided Reading Idependent Reading   What are the four types for writing in the Balanced Literacy Approach?   Shared Writing Interactive Writing Guided Writing Independent Writing   What does a teacher do during a read aloud? The teacher reads aloud to the whole …

The september 1959.” I admire Laxmi Prasad Devkota

                    The life of laxmi prasad devkota ”Laxmi prasad devkota was born on 12 november 1909 in the dillibazar of kathmandu Nepal.” ”His father Teel Mahadev and mother Rajalaxmi.”  His father is also poetry of Nepal and he wrote lots of poem in nepali. Laxmi Prasad Devkota learned many things from his father. His father told him to practice write some …

Glencoe Literature: Reader’s Choice Unit three, poetry

structure of a poem organization of images, ideas, words, and lines Stanzas way most poems are divided- the “paragraphs” of poetry Lines a prescribed number of rows of words that may or may not form sentences with in a stanza Imagery descriptive language used to represent objects, feelings, and thoughts that appeal to one or more of the five senses. …

British Literature: Restoration/18th century

1660 Charles II is restored to the English Throne, beginning the Restoration Period (ending of commonwealth)-establishes royal society Royal Society Charles II’s club for intellectuals, indicative of his love for science and the development for knowledge 1689 The Glorious Revolution: deposition of James II; William of Orange reigns Who reigns in the restoration? Charles II, James II, William of Orange, …

War peom analysis

War poem analysis The soldier and anthem for doomed youth The theme in the soldier’ is power, you can tell this because in the poem the author talks about the better side to the war and how it would be a great achievement to die whilst fighting for your country, how it would be an honor to die for England …