|Note: this is a literature class, not a memorization bee. It is convenient to be able to identify major figures swiftly, by name, but it is far, far more important to be able to recognize, understand, and EXPLAIN CLEARLY how details of the stories, the actions of the characters in them, and characteristic imagery associated with those characters, reflect ideas.|
think of specific passages that illustrate important points, so that on
the test you
can back up your arguments with concrete evidence. Be sure
you explain clearly how the passage helps demonstrate your point.
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