Tuesday, April 23, 2013

April 23


Consider the functions of allusion and flashback in a narrative.  When you see a commercial like this, you can perceive the humor without understanding all the elements.  But when you listen closely to the music, experience your own flashback, connect the dots in your memory, and realize you know more, your connection with the text becomes more personal and more meaningful.

Describe your favorite examples of allusion and flashback in the narratives you've/we've read this year.  What makes them especially effective?  How do they contribute to the overall meaning of the play/novel?

1. Journal
2. Return micro-AP & discuss Macbeth, prompt, strategies
3. Poetry analysis

1. Please consult the Poetry Boot Camp post for this week's deliverables

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