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From Thursday the 18th

by: Carson Lopez

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We didn't really take many notes, but I covered some of what Ms. Craven talked about at the beginning and then what she said our Lit Analysis must contain
World Literature and the Human Experience
Ms. Brenda Craven
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lit analysis, Things Fall Apart, brenda craven
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Carson Lopez on Sunday February 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 125 at a university taught by Ms. Brenda Craven in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views.


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Date Created: 02/21/16
Thursday 02/18 How could the lesson of the tortoise relate to the story (Things Fall Apart)?  Okonkwo = tortoise o Character analysis of Oke:  Socioeconomic status – wealthy, 3 wives, fierce warrior  Interpersonal relationships – not affectionate, hyper-masculine, abusive, insecure Lit Analysis: Detailed, narrow elaboration of an aspect of literature (over anything we’ve read thus far) **NOT a book report, don’t merely summarize the story It can be… 1. Take one aspect/theme, tie it to a thesis 2. Talk about symbols 3. Conflicts, primary conflicts in the story 4. Character analysis 5. Irony 6. Setting Must Have: 1. Clear thesis statement 2. Background information—do not list main points in this part, though 3. Concise conclusion that wraps everything up


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