For this assignment, use the novel or short story you chose to read for this module. Write a paragraph explaining the conflict and the perspectives of the protagonist and antagonist. Review the example in the lesson. Be sure your paragraph mentions the title and author in the first sentence briefly summarizes the plot identifies the main conflict describes the protagonist’s perspective on the conflict provides a line of dialogue that the protagonist says to support your idea (text support) describes the antagonist’s perspective of the conflict provide a line of dialogue that the antagonist says to support your idea (text support) includes a closing line to summarize the character’s views uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling
The answer is D. Lahiri want’s to bring attention to how much cultural tension there is between an Indian transfer student and a typical American school. In this example the conflict isn’t between the child and the teacher: but the communication barrier they have over his name.
Answer: The right answer is the B: He is considered to be an outsider.
Explanation: Leon and his brother-in-law, Ken, had found Teofilo’s corpse under a tree. However, when Father Paul, a Franciscan priest, asked them if they had found him, Leon did not mention that Teofilo had died. He did not openly lie to the priest, but he avoided mentioning Teofilo’s death to him. This shows that Father Paul was not considered part of the tribe, but an outsider that was trying to “impose” his faith and his religious practices on a community that already had its own.
Read the following dialogue: Mark: I deserve a raise! Boss: Why do you deserve a raise? Mark: Both Rachel and Soledad make three dollars more an hour than I do, so I should make the same as they do. Boss: Both Rachel and Soledad have worked here longer than you and always receive top evaluations. Mark: Well, then I deserve a raise because I have a wife and two children at home, one of whom has a very expensive medical condition. Boss: No. Unfortunately, Mark’s argument lacks proof that he deserves a raise. In fact, Mark is often late and rarely completes his work on time. But Mark still really needs a raise. Mark just learned that his boss loves the Boston Red Sox and hates the New York Yankees. How can Mark use this knowledge and alter his argument to convince his boss to give him a raise?
Read the following dialogue: Mark: I deserve a raise! Boss: Why do you deserve a raise? Mark: Both Rachel and Soledad make three dollars more an hour than I do, so I should make the same as they do. Boss: Both Rachel and Soledad have worked here longer than you and always receive top evaluations. Mark: Well, then I deserve a raise because I have a wife and two children at home, one of whom has a very expensive medical condition. Boss: No. If Mark wants to try again and convince his boss that he deserves a raise, how should he change his argument?
One logical fallacy that Mark makes to hi boss is that He has two children at home and one of the children is suffering from serious medical conditions where Mark has to spend more money on his treatment. This is one wrong move in support of his argument to raise his salary.
Moreover Mark arguments to provide a raise is not persuasive because his explanation does not have any logical reason as to why he deserves a raise. Merely because his colleagues, Rachel and Soledad earns more than Mark does not imply that Mark should also be paid equal or given a raise.
Read the following dialogue: Mark: I deserve a raise! Boss: Why do you deserve a raise? Mark: Both Rachel and Soledad make three dollars more an hour than I do, so I should make the same as they do. Boss: Both Rachel and Soledad have worked here longer than you and always receive top evaluations. Mark: Well, then I deserve a raise because I have a wife and two children at home, one of whom has a very expensive medical condition. Boss: No. What are the logical fallacies in Mark’s argument? A. appeal to common opinion and appeal to emotion B. appeal to emotion and false dilemma C. appeal to pity and personal attack D. personal attack and false dilemma
Read the excerpt from Act I, scene i of Romeo and Juliet. Yet tell me not, for I have heard it all. Here’s much to do with hate, but more with love: Why then, O brawling love! O loving hate! O any thing! of nothing first create. O heavy lightness! serious vanity! Mis-shapen chaos of well-seeming forms! Feather of lead, bright smoke, cold fire, sick health! Still-waking sleep, that is not what it is! This love feel I, that feel no love in this. Dost thou not laugh? The oxymorons in Romeo’s dialogue emphasize a) the anger he feels toward a certain woman. b) his certainty about his romantic fate. c) the extreme emotions that he is feeling. d) his confusion about Benvolio’s advice.
Read the excerpt from “The Most Dangerous Game.” “Life is for the strong, to be lived by the strong, and, if needs be, taken by the strong. The weak of the world were put here to give the strong pleasure. I am strong. Why should I not use my gift? If I wish to hunt, why should I not? I hunt the sc*m of the earth—sailors from tr*mp ships—lascars, blacks, Chinese, whites, mongrels—a thoroughbred horse or hound is worth more than a score of them.” What does this piece of dialogue reveal about Zaroff’s character? a) He feels he is entitled to practice his cruel sport. b) He would never hunt another member of the upper class. c) He is getting bored with the idea of hunting people. d) He believes that Rainsford feels the same way he does
1) Mystery play: A medieval play dramatizing biblical events
Part of the vernacular drama, they developed from plays represented in Latin by the churchmen, thay usually refered to the creation, Adam and Eve, the mirder of Abel and the final judgment.
2) Dramatic irony: words or actions whose meanings are recognized by the audience but unrecognized by the character.
Usually found in plays, movies, theatres and sometimes in poetry, it is used to create intense suspence and humor.
3) Allegory: A story in which characters represent parts of a teaching, having both a literal and figurative meaning.
Usually refered to as a symbolic representation.
4) Miracle play: A medievla play dramatizing incidents in the lives of saints.
Part of the vernacular drama, it evolved from liturgical offices of the 10th and 11th century, by the 13th century it was fully developed.
5) Morality play: A medieval dramatized allegory in which virtues and vices appear to struggle for man’s soul.
Pat of the vernacular drama, was popular in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries. It is centered on a here which weaknesses’s are attacked by evil forces, choosing redemption and God.
6) Chorus: Group commenting on the action in ancient Greek drama.
What is dialogue? A a conversation between people or characters B a description of the setting C a description of the plot D a description of a story
D. To move the reader toward the climax of the story This is the correct naswer.
Authors create tension to engage the readers. Tension is what makes a story worth reading since it will touch or move the reader’s feelings. The reader’s rational side will be set aside by his/ her emotions.
These answers are not right:
A. To introduce the characters in the story and describe where the story takes place ( This is part of the setting).
B. To reveal the author’s personal bias and opinion ( The opinion should be infered through the whole story , not jut through the tension in it).
C. To neatly tie up loose ends at the story’s close ( The tension leads to the climax not to the end of the story),
Ovation-by definition- is show of appreciation from an audience, for a person’s accomplishments or flaw.
“Everyone deserves a standing ovation because we all overcometh the world.”
A person’s accomplishment could be how they made a positive change in this world, strong leadership- that makes them a effective leader or simply helping others. A person’s flaw- mistakes in life, sin or even guilt should also be considered an appreciation- an ovation for representing mankind’s flaw and that humanity makes mistakes, fulfilling at least one deadly sin such as greed, lust, selfishness etc.
Thus, regardless of a person’s achievement or flaw- a person deserves an applause for, not the least, living in this society and this world that we are all living together and dying together.
That was just the introduction.. the best part is yet to come.. now it’s your turn!!
Here are other pointers to talk about in your essay:
Shakespeare’s famous line “All the World’s a stage. That agrees with your line: “Everybody deserves a standing ovation…”
Shakespeare explains that men and women are like players: they live, and die, some being celebrated and some forever living in solitude till their death. Shakespeare states the world is a “stage” which symbolizes that mankind is in its peak. The world is changing everyday: little by little and humanity is falling behind.
Due to our world turning into machinery: factories, an automotive future: where humans only job to live (entrance) and to die (exit) the famous humans remembered and the flawed not recalled.
This is according to Shakespeare’s imagery.
I don’t know what grade your in, but I think simplifying Shakespeare’s word of mouth in your essay would be handy and useful as it has strong references of your quote, and agrees strongly in your essay.
Hope this helps 🙂
What is it called when a writer uses description to tell what a character is like? A. direct characterization B. creating a setting C. indirect characterization D. dialogue
The correct answer is A. Stories often include many types of conflict.
In stories presented in different types of literary works such as novels, fables, plays, short stories the conflict to a struggle that is the result of forces, people or entities that oppose characters, especially main ones.
Conflicts can be of many types and include Person vs Person, Person vs Society, Person vs Self, and Person vs Nature or Environment. Additionally, in most cases stories include many types of conflict as the existence of one type of conflict does not prevent the existence of other types of conflict; however, there is always a special focus on one conflict that becomes the main conflict in the story. According to this, the true statement is ” Stories often include many types of conflict”.
The words from this paragraph from The Calypso Borealis that best show Muir’s naturalist philosophy are the last ones:
“Welcomed as friends”
In the whole passage, the author shows us how deeply connected the character was with nature. It is very clear when Muir says: “With one of these large backwoods loaves I was able to wander many a long wild fertile mile in the forests and bogs, free as the winds, gathering plants, and glorying in God’s abounding inexhaustible spiritual beauty bread.”
Winds, plants, storms the woods, everything was perceived by Muir as loving friends cohabiting the beautiful world.
Write a short dialogue in French between a judge and a lawyer. Make sure it has at least 5 lines with more than one word each. It can have phrases that describe the crime, a verdict, etc.
Answer: Ivan Ilyich knows quite well and definitely that all this is nonsense and pure deception, but when the doctor, getting down on his knee, leans over him, putting his ear first higher then lower, and performs various gymnastic movements over him with a significant expression on his face, Ivan Ilyich submits to it all as he used to submit to the speeches of the lawyers, though he knew very well that they were all lying and why they were lying.
In these lines, we can see that Ivan Ilyich is a changed man. The sickness he suffers has allowed him to reflect on his past life, and on all the things he used to value. He now realizes how wrong his values were, and how silly society can be. This hipocrisy is highlighted in these lines. Ivan realizes that so many things that form part of a “respectable” life are deceptions. This is the case with doctors, and with lawyers. And even though he always knew it, he still took part of the activities, because this is what was expected from him.
The correct answers are the following:
A) The time,place,and historical backdrop of a story. SETTING.
The setting usually determines the whole plot of the story. It is very important to locate the events of the story within a period of time and in a specific place.
B) The feeling the audience gets from the story. MOOD
The mood could also be characterized as the reader´s response towards the story,as regards emotions or feelings.
C) The use of objects,places,or people to represent larger concepts. SYMBOLISM.
In other words, symbolism is a technique that makes use of a concept to represent or stand for some other concept or idea.
D) Characters who do not change in the course of the story. STATIC CHARACTERS.
A static character does not suffer any major transformation or change throughout the story.
E) Characters who are true to life, many-sided with complex motivations.ROUND CHARACTERS.
These type of characters are thoroughly described in a story. Their role is of great importance. They are hit by the conflict and then they are transformed by it.
F)The lesson or observation about life that an author makes through a work of literature. THEME.
By definition, theme is the representation inside a story of what an author believes or thinks about life in general or about a specific aspect of it.
The correct option is .
The reason behind Gatsby’s being famous in New York City was his elaborate parties. He used to throw fancy and huge parties for the people every weekend. The people attending the party would gossip about Gatsby amid the party. The guests present at the party exchanged many types of rumors about Gatsby. The reason behind the rumors was ignorant of the people about the wealth which Gatsby had with him. Neither of the people knew anything about the Gatsby’s personal life. One of the rumor was that Gatsby was a German spy who worked during the war. At the same time, another rumor circulated in the party that Gatsby is a graduate from Oxford. Also, he was rumored to have been killed a man in cold blood. The party thrown by Gatsby was a very luxurious one. All the luxurious items and decorations can be witnessed in his party. Gatsby, on the other hand, in reality, stood very alone from the party. He would watch the people from aside. He was very different from the people and the type of party he organized for the people.
1. Which of these is a symbol in the novel the great gatsby? brainly.com/question/3542422
2. Which of the following events reveals that sir gawain and the green knight is a medieval romance? brainly.com/question/1603194
Grade: High School
Subject: English Literature
Chapter: “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald, graduate from Oxford, rumours, German spy, party.