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Pop Lit 4-3
Transcript of Pop Lit 4-3
A main idea or an underlying meaning of a literary work which may be stated directly or indirectly
Point of View
The perspective from which a story is told
: Character in the story is the narrator. Pronouns used- I, me, and we.
Story is told by outside observer. Pronouns used- he, she, they.
Difference between 1st and 3rd?
How do COA stories connect to you?
Why do you think COA stories are important/what do we learn from them?
How have you grown and matured over the past few years? Give specific story examples.
A story which focuses on a young protagonist growing up and maturing into adulthood.
Pop Lit 4-3
The Breakfast Club
Catcher in the Rye
by Good Charlotte
The Fault in our Stars
What others might fit in this genre?
Ex) Loss of innocence
Simba being a young cub, then seeing his father die