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Passage Analysis

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Gary Carcarello

on 30 April 2018

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Transcript of Passage Analysis

P
lace it in the text
Explain where this passage can be found in the play.

What happens before it?

What happens after it?

How is it important to the rest of the play?
Structure and Sound
First/Third Person?
Rhythm and Rhyme?
Dialogue/Soliloquy/Aside?
What is It?
Any analysis is about looking at the smaller parts of something to see how they affect the whole.

Passage analysis looks at the
elements
of a passage from a
literary
text to see how its
meaning
has been constructed.
Assess the Characterisation
What do we learn about the characters?

What do we better understand about them?

What is the audience lead to feel about them?

Y9 ACE English
- Passage Analysis

Symbolism
What kind of
Tone
is used?

Can you find any use of
Imagery
?

Any
similes
(as/like a) or
metaphors:
thou painted maypole

Any
personification:
Giving objects and ideas a human identity - When Phoebe doth behold her silver visage

Any
Allegory:
Story or statement with a hidden meaning - representing something more.

Arguments, Idea and Values
What ideas is the author
- exploring?
- attacking?
- presenting?

P
A
S
- A Dactyl (BA Dum Dum), Trochee (BA Dum) or Iamb (Ba DUM)

- Any iambic pentameter (5 x Iambs = Ten Syllables)

- Rhyming Ends of lines, or Rhyming Couplets or Quatrains (ABAB)

S
A
What key themes are present in the text?
Greatest Connections
G
Where does it connect to other
- events?
- characters?
- ideas in the story?
Evidence
E
Make certain that you highlight the best quotes that will demonstrate all that you've found and annotated!
Quatrains

- Use an A B C B Rhyming structure

What need the bridge much broader than the flood?
The fairest grant is the necessity
Look what will serve is fit. 'Tis once. Thou lovest,
And I will fit thee with the remedy


Blank Verse
- Verse without rhyme
Dialogue
- Discussion

Soliloquy
- Solo speech to other characters

Aside
- Solo speech only the audience can hear
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