Part 2 Great Expectations:

  • Lit D: Due March, 11, 2014
  • Lit E, F: Due March 12, 2014

Take a look at your 500 word “Great Expectations” story. Reimagine and retell the same story from a different perspective. For example, if you told the story in the voice of a son in conflict with a father, perhaps tell the same story from the father’s point of view, or maybe the mother’s. Think about the voice in which you retell the story. Work to maintain narrative tension and be sure that the narrator of the story has a purpose.

ALSO>>>>: Read up to Act I in PROOF for…

  • Lit E and F—Monday, March 10, 2014. Lit D—- Tuesday March 11, 2014

ALSO, ALSO >>>>: Read up to Act II SCENE 1 AND 2 in PROOF for…

  • Lit E and F—Weds, Match 12, 2014. Lit D—Thursday, March 13, 2014

 

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