"Becoming a Character from OMAM: Responding to Nietzsche"
This writing prompt on Tumblr challenges you to become a character from John Steinbeck's novel Of Mice and Men and respond to Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophical questions in
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Slide1Tumblr DO NOWBecome a character from OMAM. Read the following Tumblr writing prompt. In character, respond to Nietzsche’s questions. Your ideas should align with the character’s actions, behaviors, thoughts, and voice.
Slide3Add some style…Add one example of a parallel sentence for effect. Add one example of assonance. Add one example of metaphor.
Slide5AssignmentRead all three poems in packet: Nowlan, Hughes, and Frost. Write a first draft theme. Then, color mark the poem using the following directions: Color One- diction that describe tones or attitudes in the poem, Color Two-Literary Devices, Color Three – Syntactical Structures, Color Four – Imagery Then, write a second draft theme of the poem.
Slide7DO NOW cont.Which writer’s tool best emphasizes the meaning of the quote? Answer the questions about yourself. Add or insert neatly an asyndeton and understatement in your response. Label the writer’s tools.
Slide9Add an allusionAllude to, or refer, to someone in history who would share your attitudes toward style. Why would this person think about style like you think about it?
Slide11Tumblr PromptCreate analogies for 4-5 days of the week. What type of person would each day be? Make sure you compare the day to a person and include specific details such dress, accessories, age, gender, race, culture, religion, hobbies, interests, intelligence, achievement, values, beliefs, style, attitude, behaviors, speech patterns/habits, likes, relationships, etc.