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CAESAR'S CHRONICLES

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Jennifer McMillian

on 7 November 2016

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Transcript of CAESAR'S CHRONICLES

meaning: thoughtful; often quiet or sad
to pester; to beg someone urgently and persistently
Meaning: generous
Quotation 1
pensive
Magnanimous
Importune
Real World Connection:


Last year, Panther's player, Greg Olsen, was nominated for "Man of the Year" for his magnanimous contributions to the community.
Literary Connection:


In Uncle Tom's Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe described "that natural magnanimity and generosity of mind which one often marks as a characteristic of the women of Kentucky"
Literary Connection:

In All the King's Men, Robert Penn Warren wrote that "He was clawing at me, importunely and feebly saying, 'T-t-tell me, you better t-t-tell me know."
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C.E. XIII
Meaning
oblique
dictatorial, arrogant, refusing to be contradicted
Peremptory
Indirect or slanting




Scott Fitzgerald in
The Great Gatsby
wrote that one character seemed "as if his sturdy physical egotism no longer nourished his peremptory heart."
CAESAR'S CHRONICLES
Literary Connection

In the novel 1984, George Orwell wrote that "She walked obliquely away across the grass as though trying to get rid of him. "

Weekly Assignment
Besides studying, this week you
are going to create book covers for "Little Miss/Mr. Men" characters based on our weekly words.

On the back cover, you will write a short blurb about the story. Be creative!
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