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  • 1. Quiz
  • 2. 1. The theme of a work is theparticular _________ the textdelivers about asubject, character, arelationship, an event, or aplace.
  • 3. 2. Name three types ofconflicts that could be a book.
  • 4. 3. Give me two examples offigurative language.
  • 5. A bitterness crept into her faceA crop of disappointmentsPressing cares absorbed himA blind rage like a fire sweptover himA face as pale as waxA face tempered like steel
  • 6. My tentative thesisRay Bradbury’s Dandelion Wine is one ofmy favorites because the themeconcerns a “coming-of-age” story for themain character, the language thatBradbury uses in the book is almostpoetic, and the symbols in the storyreflect the life of not only the boy, but thetown he lives in.
  • 7. 1. The theme of the book is abouta young boy who becomes aman during one summer of hisyoung life.
  • 8. 2. Ray Bradbury uses suchwonderful figurative languagethroughout the book that it’salmost poetic.
  • 9. 3. The symbols used byBradbury reflect the life of notonly the boy, but the town helives in.
  • 10. 1. The theme of a work is theparticular _________ the textdelivers about asubject, character, arelationship, an event, or aplace.
  • 11. 1. The theme of a work is theparticular message the textdelivers about asubject, character, arelationship, an event, or aplace.
  • 12. 2. Name three types ofconflicts that could be a book.
  • 13. 2. Name three types ofconflicts that could be a book. Man vs. Man Man vs. the Environment Man vs. Nature Man vs. Himself
  • 14. 3. Give me two examples offigurative language.
  • 15. A bitterness crept into her faceA crop of disappointmentsPressing cares absorbed himA blind rage like a fire sweptover himA face as pale as waxA face tempered like steel
  • 16. Homework for 12/7• First, post your tentative thesis in your online journal• Next, come up with full sentences for the three points in your thesis