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English 1 Final Guide

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This is a study guide covering breifly everything from the first semester of this english 1 class

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Characters in Macbeth Fiction Literature Analysis of algorithms Lady Macbeth Best, worst and average case Macbeth Film Arts Banquo Satan Semiotic information theory Arnold Friend
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Characters in Macbeth Fiction Literature Analysis of algorithms Lady Macbeth Best, worst and average case Macbeth Film Arts Banquo Satan Semiotic information theory Arnold Friend
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arrative point of view o Who is telling the story o First person point of view ▪ “I” character in the story is telling the story o Third person point of view ▪ Omniscient • Narrator knows everything about the characters and what they’re doing ▪ Limited • Follows one character and finds out what they’re doing/feeling and informs the reader ▪ Objective • Everything as it unfolds, no prior knowledge o This story is written in third person limited ▪ Background information as grandmother ▪ Addressed as she ▪ Dialogue Where are you Going, where have you been: • Setting o Could be a lot of places because no name and pretty neutral o Connie is an average teenage girl o Shopping plaza/home ▪ The place where they are allowed to go ▪ Safety ▪ Known ▪ Youth ▪ Innocence o Drive in/outside of house ▪ Where older kids hang out ▪ Danger ...
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