Final Review – English III CP 15 questions from confusable words; Effect vs. affect They’re, their, there Whose vs. who’s Its vs. it’s Weather vs. whether Two, to, too Farther vs. further All ready vs. already Bring vs. take Fewer vs. less Good vs. well Loose vs. lose Than vs. then That vs. which Were, we’re, where Who, which, that Who vs. whom 5 questions from the Crucible Know Main characters Know BASIC plot line 15 questions from the Scarlet Letter Major characters (Dimmesdale, Chillingworth, Hester, Pearl) Plot line Symbolism of ‘A’ and sunshine Author 10 questions from Bell Work Grammar review o Punctuation o Coordinating Conjunctions o Word choice o Prepositions o Etc o 20 questions from Huckleberry Finn Know plot Main characters involved with the story Symbolism of the River Quotes and meanings (on the same sheet with symbolism of river) Satire o Religion o Civilization o Society 20 questions from the Great Gatsby Plot (beginning through the end) Main characters and their relationships Symbolism of the green light (can mean a few things…the American Dream because Gatsby looks at Daisy’s green light and she is so close yet far.) Symbolism of the valley of ashes. This is a land of ashes between New York City and West Egg. It represents the moral and social decay of those who openly pursue only wealth and regard nothing for anyone else. Themes o Decline of the American Dream o Shallowness of the Upper-Class Background on F. Scott Fitzgerald 15 questions on literary terms Symbol Euphemism Metaphor Simile Personification Hyperbole Satire Alliteration Connotation Denotation Oxymoron Foreshadowing Foil Onomatopoeia Theme Thesis Synecdoche Irony Caesura One essay question. Choose from the following in class; Compare/contrast the life of F. Scott Fitzgerald to Jay Gatsby. Explain the symbolism of the Mississippi River in Huck Finn. Explain how the American Dream is an underlying issue in three of the stories we have read. What is the American Dream? What do authors have to say about it?