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Allegory Mini-lesson

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Chris Mattox

on 20 August 2013

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Transcript of Allegory Mini-lesson

Allegory Mini-lesson
Watch the video for an overview.
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confused? Let's recap.
What is the definition of an allegory?
An allegory is a story that has a deeper meaning to it than at first glance. Characters and actions can be understood to symbolize ideas, values, and beliefs.
What are some examples?
Watership Down
The labors of the rabbits mirror the timeless struggle between tyranny and freedom.
Lord of the Flies
Savagery vs. Civilization
Harry Potter Series
Dangers of racial intolerance and bigotry
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