Part I. Article & Annotation
Part II. Using Secondary Sources
- 1. How can you incorporate secondary material into your argument/analysis?
- 2. Where does secondary analysis belong and what does it do?
- 3. How can you revise your annotations into the final draft of your analysis paper?
Part III.Close Reading
1. provide a brief summary of the passage; 2. describe/point out at least two key rhetorical figures/literary devices (metaphor, meter/rhyme, tone, etc.); and 3. explain how your passage may sustain (also support/enhance) an argument about the relationship between The History of King Lear and Nature; 4. Have member of your group write your findings on the white board.
- Group One: 9.49-60
- Group Two: 11.24-33
- Group Three: 11.91-98
- Group Four: 11.115-122
- Group Five: 13.70-75