Since there is sooooo much confusion… Do this for Gettysburg Address & Brutus
Go through the speech and write at least 5 examples of the tropes you identified and cite them. (ACT.scene. - ). Then, write why this was a significant device in the speech.
Example: Simile: “blah blah blah like a blah blah blah” (V.iv.34-35). This was significant in the speech because blah blah blah. (Hint—the more you explain now, the better later…)
Go through the speech and write at least 5 examples of the syntax you identified and cite them.(ACT.scene. - ). Then, write why this was a significant device in the speech.
“yay a yay a ya” (cite) This was effective because ya uh huh.
“this one too” (cite) This…
SOAPSTone: (self-explanatory—look at your notes. These should be bulleted out.)
Anaylsis: This will be where you talk about the tools (all the above) made this speech so effective and why we would read about it in our English class.
Shakespeare, William. “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar.” Elements of Literature, Fourth
Course. Chicago. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Inc. 1993. And all of this we
also already went over……look in your notes…