1L LELE writer in his century / Animal Farm by Orwell. Question- how to represent /criticise the society thanks to writing?
Personification / allegory / satire / philosophical tale Key info on Orwell – b. 1903 d. 1950 – lived through WW1 and WW2 – despised British Colonial Rule even though he worked for it! – not British – poor social background. 2 great books:1984 – written to criticise totalitarianism / dystopia / anticipationAnimal Farm – political tale / speaking animals to personify dictators. Analysis. List of forms of word play. This is a list of techniques used in word play with Wikipedia articles.
Techniques that involve the phonetic values of words Mondegreen: a mishearing (usually unintentional) ase as a homophone or near-homophone that has as a result acquired a new meaning. The term is often used to refer specifically to mishearings of song lyrics (cf. soramimi).Onomatopoeia: a word or a grouping of words that imitates the sound it is describingRhyme: a repetition of identical or similar sounds in two or more different words Alliteration: matching consonants sounds at the beginning of wordsAssonance: matching vowel soundsConsonance: matching consonant soundsHolorime: a rhyme that encompasses an entire line or phraseSpoonerism: a switch of two sounds in two different words (cf. sananmuunnos)Janusism: the use of phonetics to create a humorous word (e.g.
Epilogue To Through The Looking Glass Poem by Lewis Carroll - Poem Hunter. 5 Odd Facts About Lewis Carroll. Alice fell down the famous rabbit hole 150 years ago, after family friend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (better known by his pen name, Lewis Carroll) told the story to the Liddell sisters on a boat trip down the Thames on July 4, 1862.
Ten-year-old Alice Liddell, delighted by the tale, asked him for a written copy of the story. The rest is history. Carroll published the adventures in 1865, and the book hasn't gone out of print since. Here are five odd facts about Lewis Carroll (1832-1898), including his enthusiasm for word games, microscopes and photography. [10 Mythical Beasts That Might Really Exist] Free Philip K. Dick: Download 13 Great Science Fiction Stories. Roman Fever- by Edith Wharton (1862-1937) Short Stories - English Language Arts. Short Stories - English Language Arts. Short Stories for Students. 10 Free Stories by George Saunders, Author of Tenth of December, "The Best Book You’ll Read This Year".
"A Temporary Matter," Jhumpa Lahiri – 8 Short Stories For Spring. Our Lady of Sorrows — The Atlantic. Willfully unaware of the facts of her professional life, listeners persist in thinking that Billie Holiday felt their pain.
FEW people alive today, even among her most ardent fans, have heard Billie Holiday other than on recordings or seen her other than in photographs and random film clips. The Castle of Otranto: The creepy tale that launched gothic fiction. 12 December 2014Last updated at 19:39 ET Tragic tales of doomed romance and supernatural horror, often set in baroque castles, have thrilled readers for centuries.
But many modern-day fans of gothic literature may not be familiar with the 18th Century novel that inspired the genre, writes Peter Ray Allison. Ask anyone about gothic literature and they are likely to reference Bram Stoker's Dracula or Mary Shelley's Frankenstein as early examples. In fact, the roots of the genre can be traced back to the publication of Horace Walpole's 18th Century novel The Castle of Otranto - a work whose aesthetics have shaped modern-day gothic books, films, art and music as well as the goth subculture.
Literary Terms Resources. The Arts - Audrey's Allusions. Green Original Source Green is the color of many things around us, but it is "most commonly associated with nature and the environmental movement, Islam, spring, hope and envy.
" In the poem, "I am Waiting" by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, he uses the word 'green' as an adjective to describe the type of morning he yearns for. Source Citation "Green. " Secondary Source. Poetry as Insurgent Art [I am signaling you through the flames] On March 24, 1919, Lawrence Ferlinghetti was born in Yonkers, New York.
After spending his early childhood in France, he received his BA from the University of North Carolina, an MA from Columbia University, and a PhD from the Sorbonne. <i>Charlie Hebdo</i>, Voltaire, and Us Paris has a way of drawing one's gaze to the past.
As we marched southeast yesterday from Place de la République, crowds singing and banners flying, we asserted proud and ancient sentiments against a tragedy that had blown us all back. On most days, these words and symbols -- liberté, solidarité, la Bastille -- are a backdrop to busy Parisian lives, the familiar ticking of a quaint old clock. France - Voltaire ‘tolerance’ book flies off shelves after Paris attacks. iWonder - Spine-chillers and suspense: A timeline of Gothic fiction. Jack Kerouac's Road - A Franco-American Odyssey by Herménégilde Chiasson. STRANGE FRUITby DAVID MARGOLICK As Billie Holiday later told the story, a single gesture by a patron at New York's Café Society, in Greenwich Village, changed the history of American music in early 1939, the night when she first sang "Strange Fruit.
" "Strange Fruit": the story of a song. By Peter Daniels 8 February 2002 Southern trees bear a strange fruit, Blood on the leaves and blood at the root, Black body swinging in the Southern breeze, Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees.
Pastoral scene of the gallant South, The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth, Scent of magnolia sweet and fresh, And the sudden smell of burning flesh! San Francisco Poet: Lawrence Ferlinghetti. ELIZABETH FARNSWORTH: The poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti and the city of San Francisco seem inseparably linked. Though originally a New Yorker, Ferlinghetti has spent half a century in his adopted city, and even at age 83 he moves vigorously through its streets every day.
He begins each morning at a coffee house on San Francisco Bay. I Am Waiting by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Breakfast at Tiffany's documents. General Literature quizzes < Triviaplaza the Trivia Quiz site. Behold, a happy poet - Features - Books - The Independent. Twenty two years after the publication of Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis, the collection that shot her into what passes in the poetry world for a stratosphere, and 16 years after Serious Concerns, a book about disappointment that struck a chord so deep that it has sold more than 180,000 copies, Wendy Cope is happy. Biography. Poetry International. Site d'Anglais de l'Académie de Grenoble - LELE - Plan de séquence - F. Poutot. Roméo et Juliette de Baz Luhrmann. Le dossier pédagogique dont on trouvera un court extrait ci-dessous s'adresse aux enseignants du secondaire qui verront le film Romeo + Juliet avec leurs élèves (à partir de quatorze ans environ).
Il contient plusieurs animations qui pourront être rapidement mises en œuvre en classe après la vision du film. Objectif Faire prendre conscience aux jeunes spectateurs de l'importance du travail d'adaptation auquel le réalisateur Baz Luhrmann a soumis la pièce de Shakespeare.Leur faire également apercevoir les différentes dimensions du travail cinématographique. ShowFile. Introduction to Protest Poetry. Protest Poems #1. Drama - 60 Second Shakespeare - Shakespeare's plays, themes and characters.
What are the main differences between the book and the film of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. Shakespeare's Sonnets. From William Shakespeare to Henry VIII: The most visited grave sites in Britain revealed. Readings - English in Gambier. Readings - Other Edgar Allan Poe's short stories ! - English in Gambier. Pardon par avance du trop long post (la métrique ), et bravo pour la scansion proposée, qui est quasiment impeccable.
J’ai proposé une scansion en indiquant les pieds (en bleu une correction par rapport à mon édition papier). J’ai mis en orange les syllabes qui portent un accent fort imposé par la métrique. Le principe vous l’avez bien énoncé : on scande les mots en suivant l’accent de mot (pas toujours transparent en anglais !) , et ensuite on accentue dans un groupe nominal plutôt le nom que l’adjectif, dans un groupe verbal le verbe plutôt que l’auxiliaire, rarement les pronoms ou les prépositions monosyllabiques et je pense à peu près jamais l’article. Pour les syllabes fortes successives, c’est vrai que cela force à ralentir le débit, c’est une manière d’imposer une certaine emphase.
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