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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. ID/Explain Cuckoo’sLit. Termz Catcher the Nest Quote 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points
  • 5. Statements a writer makes about a character’spersonality and what the character is like
  • 6. characterization
  • 7. The point ofhighest intensity in a story
  • 8. climax
  • 9. An incongruity between the expected result and the actual result of asequence of events
  • 10. irony
  • 11. Speaker in a story thatdisplays characteristics or tendencies that indicate a lack of credibility orunderstanding of the story
  • 12. Unreliable narrator
  • 13. A manner of writing in which a character’s thoughts or perceptions are presented asoccurring in random form, without regard for logical sequences,syntactic structure, or distinctions between various levels of reality
  • 14. Stream ofconsciousness
  • 15. Stradlater asks Holdento write his descriptive composition for him, and Holden instead writes about this
  • 16. Allie’s baseball mitt
  • 17. This is the teacherwho comes closest to reaching outto/understanding Holden
  • 18. Mr. Antolini
  • 19. Describe thesymbolism of the ducks in the Central Park lagoon
  • 20. -Question Holden always asks: where do the ducks go in the winter?-Holden’s preoccupation with whereducks go could be reminiscent of hisyouthful side (preserving innocence)-Pond itself as metaphor (half frozen, half not) = the transition of Holden into adulthood
  • 21. Describe thesymbolism/significance of the Natural History Museum(Hint: Why does Holden love it so much?)
  • 22. -Displays = frozen in time, unchanging = Holden’s desire to “freeze” time and preserve innocenceMuseum displays = Holden’s “catcher in the rye” fantasy
  • 23. This is where Holdensays he is at the start of the novel (as well aswhere is he by the end–aka: a full circle ending)
  • 24. A psychiatric hospital/“rest home” where he can recover after his mental breakdown
  • 25. McMurphy’s main opponent?
  • 26. Nurse Ratched
  • 27. Has been in theward the longest,with the exceptionof Nurse Ratched
  • 28. Chief Bromden
  • 29. Describe a way in which NurseRatched maintainspower and control over the Ward
  • 30. - Manipulation of patients (“pecking party”)- Hand-picking the staff (Dr. Spivey = weak; black boys = her puppets) - Medication/EST (“fog”) - Smaller gestures like locking up toothpaste, etc.
  • 31. Explain themetaphor of the Combine
  • 32. -metaphor for society-“An organization that aims to adjust” people like the acutes in the Ward-“…for fixing up mistakes”
  • 33. Describe the power of laughter in the novel
  • 34. -McMurphy’s laughter = change in the ward-Laughter = defense against “machine” of Ward/ the Combine/ Ratched
  • 35. I felt so damn happy all of a sudden, the way old Phoebe kept going around andaround. I was damn near bawling, I felt sodamn happy, if you want to know the truth. I don’t know why. It was just that she looked so damn nice, the way she keptgoing around and around, in her blue coat and all. God, I wish you could’ve been there
  • 36. -Holden watching Phoebe on the carousel -Holden’s “epiphany”?
  • 37. Mr. McMurphy, my friend, I am not a chicken, I’m a rabbit.
  • 38. -Harding after the Group Meeting- Harding explaining the rabbit/wolf analogy of the ward. The men are all “rabbits” who hide, and retreat from the “wolf” (Ratched)
  • 39. Oh Holden, why’d you do it?
  • 40. -Phoebe pleading with Holden about having left yet another school (this time, Pencey)-Reflects Phoebe’s inability to relate to Holden—eventhough Holden though Phoebe would understand him retreating from yet another uncomfortable situation
  • 41. There are forty patients on the ward, Mr.McMurphy. Forty patients and only twenty voted.”
  • 42. One of the first real “battles” between McMurphy and RatchedWard just voted on rearranging the scheduleto watch the World Series on TV, McMurphy only got an initial 20 votes Chief was vote #21, but TV was still neverturned on, as voting had “closed” according to Ratched
  • 43. (A bluetick hound bays out there in the fog, running scared and lost because he can’t see. No tracks on the ground but the oneshe’s making, and he sniffs in every direction with his cold red-rubber nose and picks up no scent but his own fear, fear burning down into him like steam.)
  • 44. -Chief lost in the “fog”– has a flashback of hunting with his father, and during this flashback the dog lost in the fog ismetaphoric of Chief’s EST/medication side effects (end of first mini-section of novel)
  • 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. Spell my last name (without cheating!)
  • 57. Przybysz