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Male dancers

Male dancers

Male dancers Contribution of Puranic period In the various States of India there are three traditions of storytelling. The first is the Purana-Pravachana, which literally  means, “expounding the Purana ”.

By Angelica
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Early Greece

Early Greece

Early Greece. Aegean Culture. Cyclades Islands Bronze tools Imaginative/humorous pottery Marble statues/idols Peaceful fishing / agriculture society. Bronze Age in Crete. Arthur Evans, 1894-1900 Crete King Minos / Knossos Early Minoan Increasing growth Scattered Towns. [Image 1.22]

By Melvin
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THE EPIC HERO ENGLISH 10 DAVIDSON/BRYANT

THE EPIC HERO ENGLISH 10 DAVIDSON/BRYANT

THE EPIC HERO ENGLISH 10 DAVIDSON/BRYANT. WHAT IS A HERO?. 1. In mythology and legend, a man, often of divine ancestry, who is endowed with great courage and strength, celebrated for his bold exploits, and favored by the gods.

By sandra_john
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BEOWULF

BEOWULF

BEOWULF. Essential Questions: What is an epic? What is an epic hero?. Anglo Saxons. No Anglo Saxon poem is more better known than Beowulf, the story of a warrior. Composed by an unknown poet that lived 1,200 years ago, this epic marks the beginning of British Literature. EPICS.

By shalin
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The Odyssey

The Odyssey

The Odyssey. by: Homer the poet. Homer. Homer was a man’s name, and not the Greek equivalent of ‘anonymous’ and that is the one certain fact about him. There are legends of Homer as a blind, wandering poet/minstrel.

By akando
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Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost. John Milton, 1667. Milton. Born in London, December 1608. Died November, 1674 Wealthy; well-educated (including Christ’s Church at Cambridge); multi-lingual Baptized Protestant with a Catholic background Ministry/caretaker/poet Married 3 times

By terena
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Hero?

Hero?

Hero?. Name two heroes in your life who are not in your family. Answer the following questions about each hero you listed: What quality or characteristics does this hero have? What has made this person a hero in your life?. Epic Poem or Story.

By papina
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What Elements Will You Find in Epics and Myths?

What Elements Will You Find in Epics and Myths?

What Elements Will You Find in Epics and Myths?. Feature Menu. Epic Literature Elements of Epics Oral Tradition Epic Characters Character Foils. Myths Purposes of Myths Mythic Characters Your Turn. Epic Literature.

By tracey
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Meet the Parents!

Meet the Parents!

Meet the Parents!. Coloring Eve as the Epic Hero. Reviewing the Epic Hero Archetype. They are appealing characters who make mistakes. They are characters who enjoy prosperity and favor. They are inhibited by a character flaw. They go on an Epic Journey. Satan’s Arrival…

By gilead
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Introduction to Beowulf

Introduction to Beowulf

Introduction to Beowulf. Story isn’t about the English—it’s about the Danes and the Geats. So what’s it doing in England? Romans controlled England (up to Hadrian’s Wall) until the 5 th century Waves of post-Roman invasions by Angles, Saxons, Jutes, Danes, and Irish

By aiko
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UNIT 4 SAT VOCABULARY

UNIT 4 SAT VOCABULARY

UNIT 4 SAT VOCABULARY. AFFABLE. adj. courteous and pleasant, sociable, easy to speak to. Synonyms: genial, amicable, agreeable, cordial Antonyms: surly, cantankerous, dour, inhospitable. I was relieved to find that my new roommate was quite affable . . AGGRANDIZE.

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Exploring Themes in Literature

Exploring Themes in Literature

Exploring Themes in Literature. Universal Themes in the Oral Tradition. Written literature grew out of the oral tradition. ORAL TRADITION is the passing of stories, poems, and sayings by word of mouth. . Oral Tradition.

By hazina
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The English Language’s Freshman Year: Old English

The English Language’s Freshman Year: Old English

The English Language’s Freshman Year: Old English. Context to the reading…. The Beginning…. The first people in England about whose language is known are the Celts. Roman invasion around 55 B.C. by Julius Cesear. Leaving marks of Christianity and Latin. The Germanic Conquest around 449

By quinta
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The Odyssey

The Odyssey

The Odyssey . English 9 Literary Element Notes. Epic Poem. A long narrative poem about important events in history or folklore of a nation or country. Epic Hero.

By tibor
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Characteristics of an Epic Hero

Characteristics of an Epic Hero

Characteristics of an Epic Hero. LITERARY CHARACTERISTICS Larger than life Vast area he is “responsible for” Displays incredible actions of heroism Supernatural powers Supernatural forces intervene The writing about and for the epic hero is ceremonial Long or extended speech from the hero.

By sinjin
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The Odyssey Fate of the Gods

The Odyssey Fate of the Gods

By Ryan Banagan. The Odyssey Fate of the Gods. Description. Pick the correct route for Odysseus and return him home safely. If you choose the incorrect route, Odysseus will fall by the hands of the gods! (Right click then open link). Start Your Tale. You land in Phaeacia and you are

By alder
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Background Notes

Background Notes

Background Notes. The Odyssey. The author: Homer. c . 700 BC May or may not have actually existed Believed to be a blind minstrel from the island of Chios (Greece). Singer/Storytellers - Rhapsode. Homer was most likely a wandering bard (poet) or minstrel

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_ ___ 1. Anecdote			A. language that appeals to any of the senses

_ ___ 1. Anecdote A. language that appeals to any of the senses

_ ___ 1. Anecdote A. language that appeals to any of the senses ____ 2. Epic B . singer of tales ____ 3. Epic simile C . using clues that suggest events that have yet to occur ____ 4. Foreshadowing D . a brief story of an interesting, amusing, or strange event

By damara
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The Odyssey

The Odyssey

The Odyssey. An epic poem by Homer. The Odyssey. Epic poem composed by the Greek poet Homer between 900-700 B.C. (B.C.E.) Main hero is Odysseus (Latin name Ulysses) Adventure story about Odysseus’s voyage home after the Trojan War Sequel to The Iliad , an epic poem also by Homer.

By chen
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Time of Odysseus’ Journey

Time of Odysseus’ Journey

Time of Odysseus’ Journey. 1 8 21 2 24 3 4 23 5 6 7 9. 12 11 13 14 15 18 10 16 19 22 20 17. The Epic Hero. The Iliad & The Odyssey. The Qualifications. Possesses supernatural qualities or abilities Charged with a quest Tested to prove the worthiness of himself

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