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Poetry and Artwork-Images        English 9     K.Shimabukuro
Imagery Words that create images/pictures in your  head For each of the following paintings, write what  the images are-...
Mona Lisa
Starry Night
The Birth of Venus
The Lady of Shalott
Imagery Assignment Open the MLA formatted document Find a classical painting      Copy it onto the document In a bulle...
Example: Imagery: there are four    melted clocks shown in the    desert with a bare, dead tree   Mood: the yellow makes...
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  1. 1. Poetry and Artwork-Images English 9 K.Shimabukuro
  2. 2. Imagery Words that create images/pictures in your head For each of the following paintings, write what the images are- describe what you see in detail How are the images in these paintings similar to the images “seen” in poems?
  3. 3. Mona Lisa
  4. 4. Starry Night
  5. 5. The Birth of Venus
  6. 6. The Lady of Shalott
  7. 7. Imagery Assignment Open the MLA formatted document Find a classical painting  Copy it onto the document In a bulleted list:  Identify the imagery  Identify the mood  Identify any metaphors  Identify any symbols  Identify any patterns
  8. 8. Example: Imagery: there are four melted clocks shown in the desert with a bare, dead tree Mood: the yellow makes it seem as though it’s cheerful, and the blue is calm Metaphor: none Symbols: the clocks represent time, the desert seems to represent isolation Patterns: there are three clocks and the sky is divided from the dark foreground
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