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Transcript of English AB3
One of the themes of this short story is split self; a contrast of indoors/outdoors and looking through a looking glass at oneself as yourself or looking at oneself as the world. "It was a strange contrast-- all changing here, all stillness there." pg.1159.
-Reason for Short Story?
The reason this short story was written was to bring attention to how people allow their lives to be viewed. Elaborant lives lived in public may inturn lead to self judgment by oneself.
-Was there an underlying message?
-What message was the author trying ot convey?
Same as the reason it was written.
-How does the story relate to us and the world in which we live?
Although it was written in the 20's even today many people are conserned for their self image and perception by others. Let's Read It.... Quiz Time During Reading ?'s After Reading ?'s 1.Why is her social class significant?
2.What do the letters symbolize? or Do
the letters have a deeper meaning?
3.What is a looking glass?
4.What season is it in the story?
5.What is the significance? 1.What Line is written at first and repeated at the end? Why?
2.Who is the woman in the story?
3.What does she do?
4.In society, what class would you assume she is in?
5.Who are the letters for? Write a paragraph about the story? (Like/dislike, understood/confused, or favorite parts/least favorite parts and present it to the class.
Write an Acrostic poem for a word that pertains to the story and presents it to the class.