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Lesson 20: Analyzing the impact of historical context on a literary text

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Students read chapters 14 and 15 and discuss the historical context and its impact on the text.

Additional Notes:

  • There was homework in the previous lesson:

    • Read Chapter 13.

    • Annotate while you read to note details and the impact on the plot of these three major events:

      • John is in love with Mercy

      • Judith thinks John is asking her to marry him.

      • William officially wants to ask Kit to marry him.

        • Use the S (scene details) and IP (impact on plot) symbols for the annotations.
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