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McTeague (1899)McTeague (1899)
Her little tooth that he had extracted he kept wrapped in a bit of newspaper in his vest pocket. Often he took it out and held it in the palm of his immense, horny hand, seized with some strange elephantine sentiment. McTeague
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Quantifying Pathologies as Patterns and Preservation The Premise: y-boc scaleQuantifying Pathologies as Patterns and Preservation The Premise: y-boc scale
These obsessions are unique to each individual, but also serve as a common thread throughout, acting as an inescapable force, a representation of human fragility, and as a tenuous form of preservation. McTeague
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McTeague’s DentistryMcTeague’s Dentistry
Before you read the questions below, read the piece attentively marking anything that appears to be important to you. Annotate (make notes) as you read. Record any thoughts or questions you have as you read. McTeague
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Guidelines for McTeague Essay IntroductionGuidelines for McTeague Essay Introduction
Clarify the author’s attitude toward McTeague. Cite three qualities of McTeague – these would be clarified with the use of adjectives or adjective phrases. Clarify what elements the author uses to develop his characterization of McTeague. McTeague
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Student Samples: 2005 Q2 Introductory ParagraphsStudent Samples: 2005 Q2 Introductory Paragraphs
Goal: Read through each introductory paragraph/focus statement. Think about the characteristics of a strong introduction. What makes each one effective or ineffective? What could each writer do better?. McTeague
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Nick D’Amore April 25, 2015Nick D’Amore April 25, 2015
American novels published right before the turn of the 20th century, patterns can be established that better explain the misfortune that befall each novel’s major characters. McTeague
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Entropy in the Circuits: McTeague’s Apocalyptic PosthumanismEntropy in the Circuits: McTeague’s Apocalyptic Posthumanism
The article examines McTeague as “a depiction of the annihilating effects of entropy on human and material systems.”. McTeague
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Some Possible Paper Topics for Paper #1 Many have criticized Norris\Some Possible Paper Topics for Paper #1 Many have criticized Norris' ending to
North American Review, 175, December 1902, 769-778. Read Norris' response in his letter to Howells (March 1899 (?)). This and other of Norris' letters can be found in Letters of Frank Norris edited by Franklin Walker, San Francisco. McTeague
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Ywbat: Analyze your rhetorical analysis essay in order to improve your writing/performance on the ap language testYwbat: Analyze your rhetorical analysis essay in order to improve your writing/performance on the ap language test
Correct common grammatical and stylistic errors in order to improve your writing. McTeague
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Emerson: Individuality in Women Adonis VargasEmerson: Individuality in Women Adonis Vargas
This will prove that although both women die in their stories and Kate Chopin was criticized, the fact that they are nonconformists and sought what is true to them in a controversial time. McTeague
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History 165 Prof. Furner McTeague: a story of San FranciscoHistory 165 Prof. Furner McTeague: a story of San Francisco
Norris invoked in this classic naturalist novel both the energy of the city’s densely inhabited working class districts at the turn of the century and the intensity of the compulsions that drove his vivid characters. McTeague
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McTeague Character List Dr. McTeagueMcTeague Character List Dr. McTeague
McTeague greatly loved Trina Sieppe, whom he married, but her greed caused the marriage to fall apart and McTeague to turn to violence. McTeague
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The author uses many literary elements in this passage, but the specific devices used to communicate the narrator’s attitudes toward McTeague include detail, diction and toneThe author uses many literary elements in this passage, but the specific devices used to communicate the narrator’s attitudes toward McTeague include detail, diction and tone
Through metaphors the narrator is able to show his strength and size, but also lack of intelligence. Most of the times the tone is only apparent because of the helpful diction or detail, and elicits the narrator’s attitude. McTeague
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Virtue, Success, and Happiness: The Image of Business in American LiteratureVirtue, Success, and Happiness: The Image of Business in American Literature
Freshman Seminar: "Virtue, Success, and Happiness: The Image of Business in American Literature.". McTeague
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