Activity one: The Plot Timeline            Add to the timeline by supplying a piece of evidence to support the event that is being described. Sailed into the Arctic: Robert Walton captains a ship sailing into the arctic. – ” I have read with ardour the accounts of the various voyages which […]

  Souls Constructed & prosperity and ruin: Foreshadows that he will construct Frankenstein’s monster out of curiosity on how a soul can be constructed. Victor Frankenstein fate of this creation will be successful or result in destruction. Juxtaposition is used to draw similarity between these polar opposite terms, meaning that humans are bound to both […]

1.Contrasting qualities:  -Thoughtless and mindful -Caring and barbaric                                            3.Foreshadowed by something negative: Negative word connotations early on in the text.                              […]

#1 Contrasting qualities The protagonist of “The Telltale Heart” holds the first descriptor of a gothic protagonist, which is having distinct contrasting qualities to the character. This means that the character holds one trait or characteristic and holds another which is the complete opposite of that trait. The use of juxtaposition is used in the […]

Describe atleast one three important relationship in the written text (s). Explain how this relationship positively or pick negatively influenced one or more characters. “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” The famous literature American novel, “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald follows seven characters on one 1920’s summer and how […]

Significant Connections Essay Introduction: Do you like your reality? Are you enjoying yourself sitting here reading these words I have written? Do you wish you were somewhere else, somewhat else or someone else? If you do than you have something in common with four characters from the following four texts; The Great Gatsby by F. […]