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  • 1. Paragraph Writing Warm-up: In a well-written paragraph, connect the lit. element to a specific moment in one of the works we read this semester. Follow the format/look at the example on your review handout: (1)Controlling idea (2) specific text evidence (3) commentary.To receive full credit for each question, answers must be at least four sentences and follow the format reviewed in class. SYMBOL
  • 2. Choose a category.You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
  • 3. Click here for Final Je
  • 4. Name that ID/ExplainLit. Termz Catcher Cuckoo’s Mouth Art? the quote character 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points
  • 5. A figure of speech that makes a comparison between two unlike things
  • 6. Metaphor
  • 7. Something thatrepresents itself and something beyond itself
  • 8. symbol
  • 9. Scene that interrupts theongoing action ina story to show an event thathappened earlier
  • 10. flashback
  • 11. Passing reference to historical or fictional place,event, character, or other work
  • 12. allusion
  • 13. Recurring object, concept orstructure that has symbolic significance
  • 14. motif
  • 15. Holden nostalgicallyreminisces abouthow this girl used to play checkers
  • 16. Jane Gallagher
  • 17. What or who is the “catcher in the rye”?
  • 18. Holden’s dream of preserving innocence
  • 19. Holden’s younger, dead brother
  • 20. Allie Caufield
  • 21. Describe thesymbolism:
  • 22. -Holden’s individuality/ his desire to stand out-At the same time, his desire to retreat and hide = Holden’s conflict of isolation vs. companionshipAlso RED = Allie and Phoebe’s hair color = preserving innocence?
  • 23. The reclusiveauthor of Catcher
  • 24. JD Salinger
  • 25. This is the Combine chiefagent on the ward, according to the narrator
  • 26. Nurse Ratched
  • 27. This persontransferred to the Ward from Pendleton Work Farm
  • 28. Randle McMurphy
  • 29. This acute isseemingly educated and eloquent
  • 30. Harding
  • 31. This acute stutters
  • 32. Billy Bibbit
  • 33. This person consistentlycomplains of fatigue
  • 34. Pete Bancini
  • 35. “Life is a game, boy. Life is a game that one plays according to the rules.” “Yes, sir. I know it is. I know it.” Game, my ass. Some game. If you get on the side where all the hot-shots are, then it’s agame, all right—I’ll admit that. But if you geton the other side, where there aren’t any hot- shots, then what’s a game about it? Nothing. No game.
  • 36. -Holden’s conversation with Mr. Spenser before leaving Pencey Prep-After Spenser read his failing test aloud to him, Spenser tells Holden he needs to “play by the rules” -Holden = on the “other side” of the game = disadvantage
  • 37. I been silent so long now it’s gonna roar out of me like floodwaters and you think the guytelling this is ranting and raving my God; you think this is too horrible to have really happened, this is too awful to be the truth! But, please. It’s still hard for me to have a clear mind thinking on it. But it’s the truth even if it didn’t happen.
  • 38. -Chief Bromden -Introducing the story of McMurphy, the Ward, etc.-His intro/request for reader to keep an openmind re: reliability of his narrative, which is heavily influenced by EST/medication/hallucinations
  • 39. . . . I’m standing on the edge of some crazy cliff. What I have to do, I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff —I mean if they’re running and they don’t look where they’re going I have to come out from somewhere and catch them. That’s all I’d do all day. I’d just be the catcher in the rye and all.
  • 40. -Holden, speaking to Phoebe about what he wants to do with his life -reveals fantasy of idealistic childhood, Holden as protector/preserver of innocence-Phoebe rejection of idea = reveals Holden’s disconnection with reality/the real world
  • 41. The flock gets sight of a spot of blood on some chicken and they all go to peckin’ at it, see, till they rip the chicken to shreds, bloodand bones and feathers. But usually a couple of the flock gets spotted in the fracas, thenit’s their turn. And a few more gets spots and gets pecked to death, and more and more. Oh, a peckin’ party can wipe out the whole flock in a matter of a few hours, buddy, I seen it
  • 42. McMurphy speaking to Harding and otherpatients about first Group (therapy) Meeting-After entire group was tearing into Harding about his inability to please his wife, his insecurities, etc. -McMurphy shocked by behavior of patientsand staff; he says Ratched maintains power by “divide and conquer” strategy (pinning patients against one another) -Meetings = Ratched’s power/manipulation
  • 43. “I have a feeling that you’re riding for some kind of terrible, terrible fall. . . . The whole arrangement’s designed for men who, at some time or other in their lives, were looking for something their ownenvironment couldn’t supply them with. . . . So they gave up looking.”
  • 44. -Mr. Antolini speaking to Holden (after Holden leaves parents’ apartment) -Holden thinks he can trust/confide in Antolini, and that Antolini will tell himwhat Holden wants to hear/relate to Holden -Instead, Antolini tells Holden he’s in themidst of a “fall”– an apathetic one in which he gives up on world around him
  • 45. In a well-spoken paragraph, connect the lit. element to a specific moment in one of the works we read this semester. Follow the format we went over during review: (1)Controlling idea (2) specific text evidence (3) commentary. To receive full credit for each question, answers must be at least four sentences and follow the format reviewed in class. SYMBOLISM
  • 46. Question 1e
  • 47. In a well-spoken paragraph, connect the lit. element to aspecific moment in one of the works we read this semester. Follow the format we went over during review: (1)Controlling idea (2) specific text evidence (3) commentary. To receive full credit for each question, answers must be atleast four sentences and follow the format reviewed in class. Unreliable Narrator
  • 48. Question 2e
  • 49. In a well-spoken paragraph, connect the lit. element to aspecific moment in one of the works we read this semester. Follow the format we went over during review: (1)Controlling idea (2) specific text evidence (3) commentary. To receive full credit for each question, answers must be atleast four sentences and follow the format reviewed in class. THEME
  • 50. Question 3e
  • 51. In a well-spoken paragraph, connect the lit. element to aspecific moment in one of the works we read this semester. Follow the format we went over during review: (1)Controlling idea (2) specific text evidence (3) commentary. To receive full credit for each question, answers must be atleast four sentences and follow the format reviewed in class. RECURRING MOTIF
  • 52. Question 4e
  • 53. In a well-spoken paragraph, connect the lit. element to a specific moment in one of the works we read this semester. Follow the format we went over during review:(1)Controlling idea (2) specific text evidence (3) commentary.To receive full credit for each question, answers must be at least four sentences and follow the format reviewed in class. STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS
  • 54. Question 5e
  • 55. Make your wager
  • 56. This is the author of “Comin’ Thro the Rye,” whose poem lends its name toSalinger’s novel The Catcher in the Rye
  • 57. Robert Burns