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Pop Lit 4-3

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Molly Farley

on 4 April 2014

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Transcript of Pop Lit 4-3

Theme
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

1st person
: Character in the story is the narrator. Pronouns used- I, me, and we.

3rd person:
Story is told by outside observer. Pronouns used- he, she, they.

2nd person:
"you"

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.


Coming-of-age Story
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
The Anthem
by Good Charlotte
The Fault in our Stars
Harry Potter
What others might fit in this genre?
Ex) Loss of innocence
Simba being a young cub, then seeing his father die
What else?
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