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Brave

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Dasha Kozlov

on 6 October 2016

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Transcript of Brave

Brave
A Discussion of
Brave
using Literary Lenses
Psychological Criticism
Formalist Criticism
Gender Criticism
Thanks for Watching!
By Linda and Dasha
Merida
Expectations:
Prim and Proper
Undermines: Typical Princess
Adventurous
Fergus
Fergus: Part Two
Undermines: idea that men are not as involved in family
Elinor
Expectations and how fits them
Paperwork; Brains of Family
Stoping the Brawl
"Ladylike" - but still powerful
Elinor v.s. Merida
Differences in type of strength
Different veiws towards expectations
Learn appreciation each other's strengths
Change One's Fate
The Wisps
Mordu
Witch
Reacurring theme in
Brave
Rebellious Teenagers
The Medallion
Family Ties
When Merida gives up the Medallion
"Cuts" family off
Bear image
The Legend
Landscape
Symbol of overcoming (rocky, climbing)
Matches Merida's personality
Wild, free
Different from usual
No one "wins"
Focuses mainly on the issue of:
Understanding each other
Reacurring theme in
Brave
Fergus and Mordu
Hatred of bears because of Mordu
Adds to problem
Pride and Forgiveness
Merida and Elinor
Impacts to family
Progression over time
Reasonings
Why?
Legends are Lessons
Strength from Love
The Bear Fight
Solving the problem
Comparison
Now and Then
Often must learn for themselves
Mordu
Merida
Will-o-the-wisps
Mordu; repent
"Just Listen"
Most difficult when disagreeing
Pride
Resulting Actions
Burning the Bow
Cutting the tapestry
The Potion/cake
Reinforces: quickness of men to fight
Appearance and character reinforces men as:
Strong
Brave
Merida's clothing
Merida's Hair
Oppressive
Very tight, formal, fancy, proper
Ripping the dress- rebellion
Red
Compared to mother
Doesn't fit under dress
Rebellious like Merida's personality
When she shoots hair never hidden
V.S.
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