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Gothic Literature

Gothic Literature

Gothic Literature. Romanticism. The predominance of imagination over reason and formal rules Primitivism Belief that primitive cultures are superior to modern cultures Love of nature An interest in the past Mysticism Belief in a reality passing normal human understanding

By emily
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American Gothic, by Grant Wood

American Gothic, by Grant Wood

GRANT WOOD American Gothic, by Grant Wood We love to see paintings of ourselves. Does this painting look like anyone that you know? We can see ourselves in the paintings of Grant Wood. GRANT WOOD PAINTED SCENES OF LIFE. Does this painting look like anything that you know?

By oshin
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G othic L iterature

G othic L iterature

G othic L iterature. Traditional , American, and Modern Sources for this presentation include: The Gothic Experience, Gothic Undercurrents, Elements of the Gothic Novel, and Gothic, Novel, and Romance: Brief Definitions. Traditional European Gothic Literature. Definition.

By Audrey
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“The Masque of the Red Death”

“The Masque of the Red Death”

“The Masque of the Red Death”. Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849). ABOUT THE AUTHOR:. Known for what type of literature?. Horror, Suspense, Mystery, & Gothic. Elements of Gothic Fiction. Setting in a castle or large estate.

By edric
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Allusion in modern films

Allusion in modern films

Allusion in modern films. Ms. Mitchell’s class. What is Allusion?. A reference within a literary work to a historical or literary person, place or event Watch the entire movie clip before you try to guess what is being alluded to!. What is this an allusion to?. From “Shrek”. “The Matrix”.

By zuzela
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American Gothic, by Grant Wood

American Gothic, by Grant Wood

GRANT WOOD. American Gothic, by Grant Wood. We love to see paintings of ourselves. Does this painting look like anyone that you know?. We can see ourselves in the paintings of Grant Wood. GRANT WOOD PAINTED SCENES OF LIFE. Does this painting look like anything that you know?.

By teranika
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Can You Match These Famous Paintings to their Artists?

Can You Match These Famous Paintings to their Artists?

Can You Match These Famous Paintings to their Artists?. Art II. Las Meninas. The flower Carrier. The Scream. Mona Lisa. Water Lilies. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of LaGrande Jatte. The Starry Night. The Dance Foyer At The Opera. The Dance Foyer at the Opera.

By margret
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Liz Shinn 2010 2D Portfolio Concentration: Coffee Mugs

Liz Shinn 2010 2D Portfolio Concentration: Coffee Mugs

Liz Shinn 2010 2D Portfolio Concentration: Coffee Mugs.

By amato
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Sabrina B. Alex B. Zalea O. Alicia N.

Sabrina B. Alex B. Zalea O. Alicia N.

How did the Great Depression and the New Deal influence art and literature? Did literature during the 1930’s present a positive or negative view on American Society?. Sabrina B. Alex B. Zalea O. Alicia N. How did the Great Depression and the New Deal influence art and literature?.

By alissa
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How to Make...

How to Make...

How to Make. ...an American Quilt. American Gothic, Grant Wood 1930. Applique quilt with stuffed quilting. Mary C. Pickering; St. Clairsville, Ohio Mid-19th century. Hasbrouck family vignette; Ulster County, NY. Mid-19th century. Pictorial Quilts

By aron
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G othic L iterature

G othic L iterature

G othic L iterature. Traditional , American, and Modern Sources for this presentation include: The Gothic Experience, Gothic Undercurrents, Elements of the Gothic Novel, and Gothic, Novel, and Romance: Brief Definitions. Traditional European Gothic Literature. Definition.

By bethan
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MG International, Inc.

MG International, Inc.

MG International, Inc. . Pistachio. Presented by: Alvaro Casado , Gia Ortagus , Melissa Rigdon, and Bettina Schwedler. The Story. It all started when…. Pistachio. The Product. Delicacy in the Middle East for thousands of years Mentioned in the Old Testament in Genesis (43:11)

By paiva
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American Gothic: The “Brooding” Romantics

American Gothic: The “Brooding” Romantics

American Gothic: The “Brooding” Romantics. p. 312. What is Gothic Literature?. “A literary style characterized by gloom, the grotesque, the supernatural, popular especially in the late 18 th century” (dictionary.com).

By gaerwn
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Emulation

Emulation

Emulation. Hendrik Kerstens. Nina Katchadourian. Johannes Vermeer Girl With a Pearl Earring. Bill Gekas. Grant Wood. American Gothic. Norman Rockwell Freedom From Want. Edward Hopper. Nighthawks.

By chidi
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The American Gothic

The American Gothic

The American Gothic. Romanticism. American Gothic. Gothic Tropes Setting Dark Threatening Haunted Decrepit . American Gothic. Gothic Tropes Characters Hero versus Villain (good versus evil) Obscure man becomes hero Girl in trouble (damsel in distress) Hero saves girl.

By dava
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Parodies

Parodies

Parodies. What is a parody?. A parody is an imitation or a spin-off or an original work of art or literature Most parodies are intended to entertain, but in order to be considered satirical, the parody must be imitating the original in order to ridicule it. . Satirical or Not?.

By oral
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Aim: How do we use prefixes and suffixes to write more interesting sentences?

Aim: How do we use prefixes and suffixes to write more interesting sentences?

Aim: How do we use prefixes and suffixes to write more interesting sentences?. Do Now: Define each word on your own: deforestation, nervous, resistant. Who are these people?. List the ways in which you imagine what these two people are like. What are their qualities?

By beau
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CUBISM : Champs de Mars ( The Red Tower ) by Robert Delaunay, 1911

CUBISM : Champs de Mars ( The Red Tower ) by Robert Delaunay, 1911

CUBISM : Champs de Mars ( The Red Tower ) by Robert Delaunay, 1911. CUBISM : Woman Combing Her Hair , by Alexander Archipenko, 1915. DADA: Fountain , by Marcel Duchamp, 1917. DADA : A Victim of Society by George Grosz  , 1919. CUBISM : Weeping Woman by Pablo Picasso, 1937.

By elan
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Exercises

Exercises

Exercises. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. II, p. 99. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. III, p. 99. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. IV, p. 100. Comprehension. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. V, p. 100. Vocabulary. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. VI, p. 101. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. VII, p. 101. Structure. Word Building. Collocation.

By yepa
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Assignments

Assignments

Assignments. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. II, p. 99. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. III, p. 99. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. IV, p. 100. Comprehension. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. V, p. 100. Vocabulary. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. VI, p. 101. 《 读写教程 III》: Ex. VII, p. 101. Structure. Word Building. Collocation.

By ownah
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