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  • Angie Zawadzki
    Period 1 Honors English
    Persuasive Essay Rough Draft
    Zawadzki 1

    Legalize Gay Marriage

  • Juliet Critchlow
    Gerber
    AP English 3rd
    11/26/12

  • Juliet Critchlow
    Mr. Seymour
    AP Lit
    9 May 2014
    Research Paper: The Stranger

  • Katie Bishop
    Dr. Heitschmidt
    English 10
    January 21, 2013

    The Tale of the Maid

    With them came a surly ferocious maid
    She cleaned a brothel, so ugly was she
    On her broad shoulders her kinky hair laid
    Her hair so naughty birds thought it a tree

  • Jessica Bird
    Period-6

  • Read the passages below, taken from an article about Quicksand, and answer the questions numbered one and two in paragraph form. And while you read the passages, keep in mind the themes /ideas of the women's rights works from earlier. I have attached a copy of the full article for anyone who's interested (but it's not required).

  • Jessica Bird
    Period-6

  • Adapted from V. Stevenson, Patrick Henry High School, and Abrams? Glossary of Literary Terms

    Terms ? AP English Language and Composition

    These terms should be of use to you in answering the multiple-choice questions, analyzing prose passages, and composing
    your essays.

  • AP? English Literature
    2009 Scoring Guidelines

    The College Board

  • AP? English Literature and Composition
    2009 Free-Response Questions

    The College Board

  • The College Board: 101 Great Books Recommended for College-Bound Readers

    Author Title Lexile

    -- Beowulf n/a

    Achebe, Chinua Things Fall Apart 890

    Agee, James A Death in the Family 1020

    Austen, Jane Pride and Prejudice 1190

    Baldwin, James Go Tell It on the Mountain 1030

    Beckett, Samuel Waiting for Godot n/a

  • February 27, 2013

  • Idalmis B. Perez
    OTHELLO
    According to Benjamin Disraeli, ?Circumstances are beyond human control, but our conduct is in our power.? A person cannot control what happens but what you do about it is up to you. In the play OTHELLO by Williams Shakespeare, the character Emilia has control over her conduct, while her husband, Iago, does not have control.

  • Idalmis Betsabe Perez
    February 12, 2013
    Mrs. Southard
    Macbeth
    By: William Shakespeare

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