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First Impressions and Opening Questions

First Impressions and Opening Questions

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Published by: Stuart Henderson on Aug 28, 2011
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Novel StudyBRING YOUR BOOK EVERYPERIOD
 
Novel Study
For this unit, I·m going to be shifting away from thecharacter/setting/style/theme/format for novelexploration and will look more at a module style of approach.I·m also going to make a serious attempt at movingaway from doing much presentation stuff in class andmoving this to an online space.
 
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1. Character foils -which will allow us to cover character development, but also look atconnections and conflicts between characters.2. The place of Shakespeare and art in the World State -which will allow us to look intoallusion as a technique, as well as dealing with the place and purpose of art in society.3. Sex and Violence -which will give us the opportunity to look at repeated imagesaround sex, while also dealing with the implicit connection between sex and violence inthe World State.4. Humanity and Suffering -which will connect us into biblical allusion, while getting us tothink about the place of religion and the connections between humanity, happiness andsuffering.5. Identity and conformity -which will allow us to look into the animal imagery that Huxleyemploys, while also considering the impact of conformity on identity and the way inwhich stability perhaps comes at the price of individuality.

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