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Chapter eleven



Chapter ten

 

I. Comment on the general mood of the chapter. What typical features of the society of that period of time do we get to know from the chapter? What new information does the reader get to know from the chapter?

II.

a). P 105. Dwell upon the description of the nature. Find SDs denoting it. What atmosphere do they create? What is the significance of the lexical repetition in the passage? Comment on the description of the beggar.

b). P.106. Dwell upon the graphic pattern of the passage. Find the examples of metaphor and metonymy in the passage, comment on them. Speak on the antithesis in the passage. What general image is created by these SDs?

c). P.107. Speak on the description of snow in the passage. Find the examples of epithets and metaphor in the passage. Speak on them.

d). P. 108. Dwell upon aposiopesis in the passage. What mood does it create? Comment on the description of man’s appearance. Pick up the SDs used to describe him.

e). P.109-110. Speak on the peculiarities occurred in the dialogue (negative forms, addresses). Comment on the usage of similes, used to describe justices. Dwell upon the allusions to the Bible in the passage. What is the meaning of the Latin phrase used in the passage?

f). P. 111. Comment on metaphors in the passage.

g). P. 112-113. Dwell upon the address used in the Weaver’s reply. What is the significance of the metaphors in the passage? Speak on the allusions to the Bible.

 

Chapter eleven

I. Where does the action of the chapter take place? What are the peculiarities of an epoch described in the chapter? What new information does the reader get to know from the chapter? Dwell upon the general mood of the chapter.

II.

a). P.114. Comment on the phrase ‘buy immortal life for twopence’. What SD is implied there? Speak on the description of nature.

b). P.115. Dwell upon the inversions used in the passage. Comment on the way Martin speaks. Find simile denoting Nicholas’s and Martin’s state of mind at that moment.

c). P. 116. Comment on bathos in the passage. What image does the jailer’s sarcasm create? Comment on the examples of simile and parenthesis used in a passage.

d). P. 117. Dwell upon the general mood of the passage. With what SDs is it reached?

e). P.118. Speak on the personification, similes, metaphors and epithets used in the passage. What atmosphere do they create?

f). P. 119. Speak on the simile used to describe woman’s behaviour. Speak on the phrase ‘Martin surprised us…’ What is the significance of the lexical repetition of the word ‘light’? Comment on the simile used to describe Martin’s behaviour. Why does the narrator connect it with the beggar?

g). P. 120-121. Dwell upon the framing used in the passage. What is the purpose of its usage? Pick up other SDs used in the passage.

h). P. 122. Dwell upon the irony in the passage. Speak on metaphors. Comment on the phrase ‘this was the way…’

i). P. 123. Comment on the usage of antithesis in the passage. Dwell upon Stephen’s monologue.

j). P. 124. Dwell upon anaphoric repetitions in the passage. What mood do they create? Speak on simile and metonymy in the passage.

k). P. 125-126. Comment on the graphic pattern of the passage. Speak on aposiopesis.

 




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