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    • Bernice Bobs her Hair.notebook January 28, 2014 1/28/14 8th Grade Language Arts Assignments: -Voab Packet (F) Agenda: 1. IR -Spelling Test (F) -Supplemental Voacb (F) 2. Choose new spelling words 3. Bernice Bobs Her Hair 1
    • Bernice Bobs her Hair.notebook tableau melancholy  figurative  Assonance  couplet voluble  plaintive  satisfied  bitterness  Personification ancient  diffident  syncopated Alliteration  January 28, 2014 odious  medley  veranda  malice arduous  brandish  indignant sentimental  unscrupulous  vivacious  pallor  ebony  playwright  Renaissance 2
    • Bernice Bobs her Hair.notebook January 28, 2014 • In what ways were the female characters in "Bernice Bobs her Hair" stronger than the male characters? • Although women were just beginning to make a rise in this society, what noticeable parts in the movie show a male dominated society? • What are the major goals of the main characters in "Bernice Bobs her Hair"? Are their goals really important? Why or why not? • Explain the lifestyle of 'The Roaring 20s or the time period after World War I. Why were people living their lives so lavishly? What makes this decade different from any other decade in American Culture? • What is symbolic about the cutting of the hair in the movie? Why is this significant to the female gender? Why is this significant to the society? • At the beginning of the story, Fitzgerald says the 'world of the young' is 'sometimes cruel.' In what ways are these characters cruel to others (A) Marjorie (B) Warren (C) Bernice? 3