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									“Caged Bird” Journal
    Think of someone you
admire because of his
influence on his life. How
did that person change your
life? Did he/she make you
feel less alone? –help you
get out of trouble? Explain!
“I Know Why A Caged Bird
Sings” -INCORRECT- DOL
1. Recalling Mrs. Flowers
marguerite tells of sitting in
the picture-lined parlor
while Mrs. Flowers gave
“lessons in living”.
“I Know Why A Caged Bird
Sings” -CORRECT- DOL
1. Recalling Mrs. Flowers,
Marguerite tells of sitting in
the picture-lined parlor
while Mrs. Flowers gave
“lessons in living.”
“I Know Why A Caged Bird
Sings” - DOL - INCORRECT
2. Mrs. Flowers was she
believed her saving angel.
Her and mrs. Flowers formed
a enduring bond and remain
close for many years
        CORRECT
2. Mrs. Flowers was, she
believed, her saving angel.
She and Mrs. Flowers formed
a enduring bond and
remained close for many
years.
     LITERARY TERMS
simile characterization
point of view setting
    Symbolism
  main idea (theme)
            Literary Terms:
       Pg. 483 top right second
n Simile-
 paragraph/ …”certain that I
 would have had to hear her
 spoken to commonly as Bertha,
 and my image of her would have
 shattered like the unmendable
 Humpty-Dumpty.”
 –Explain..
Simile – Pg 481 “…I sopped
around the house, the Store,
the school, and the church,
like an old biscuit, dirty and
inedible.” What is being
compared in this simile?
         Characterization
n Mrs.Flowers     n Momma
  – Gentlewoman     – Never giggled
  –?                  ..?
  –?                –?
  –?                –?
     Characterization
n Who The Narrator?
 –What is her real name?
 –How is she portrayed?
  Young or old/ wise or
  naive?
          Literary Terms:
                    n Setting
n Point  of View
                      – Pg. 481/ Left
  – First person
                        side,
  – Second person       throughout
  – Third Person        “Black” Stamps,
  – (why)               Arkansas.
  SYMBOLSIM –
§BISCUIT-
§ODORS –
§DRESS -
Literary Terms
n   Main Idea/ Theme
    – Positive relationships between 2 or more
      people
    – Family relationships
    – Admiration

								
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