Types and Techniques with J. Michael Lennon Following a brief survey of the wide variety of forms that can be fairly called creative nonfiction memoir, various essay types, travel and place writing, reviews, narrative history, autobiography, and biographywill be a discussion of five elements of craft common to all types of creative nonfiction: The session will also examine the blurred boundary lines with other genres.
Please write the answers to the following questions in your notebooks. Act 1, sc i What words can be used to describe the atmostphere? What is the mood? Define paradox find a paradoxical line in the witch's speech and write it down use the online version Act 1, sc ii Definition of antecedent action: A preceding occurrence, cause, or event.
List the antecedent actions as explained by: What title is bestowed upon Macbeth? Act 1, sc iii What evil deeds done by the tree witches are discussed? What 3 predictions are made by the witches about Macbeth? Quote lines What do they say about Banquo?
How do Banquo and Macbeth differe in their reactions to the witches? What information do Ross and Angus bring to Macbeth? Write the line and then paraphrase: How does Banquo "caution" Macbeth? In your own words, summarize Macbeth's soliloquy. Act 1, sc iv How does Malcolm describe Cawdor's death?
In his discussion with Macbeth King Duncan displays a soft, emotional side. What does he say? Explain how Macbeth's humble words reflect the acceptable relationship between the king and those beneath him.
By the end of this scene, a what announcement is made by Duncan? Define dramatic irony review How does Duncan's line ending the act reflect dramatic irony? Act 1, sc v Briefly explain the contents of the letter Lady Macbeth reads.
Find teh line that reflects her fear that Macbeth may be unable to do what is necessary to become king. In Lady Macbeth's soliloquy lines what does she request of the spirits? Be specific and explain Why she makes the requests in the light of the society of that time.
Why does Lady Macbeth cry, "Your face, my thane, is as a book where men may read strange matters. What is her purpose? Act 1, sc vi - Setting: Act 1, sc vii What 2 reasons does Macbeth give for backing out of teh plan to kill Duncan?
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